A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society. - Billy Graham
Fathers are mocked in TV sitcoms, declared unnecessary by feminists, and ignored by government social programs, but research and common sense say otherwise.
It's been proven that close father-adolescent bonds produce better grades in school and protect against such negative influences as peer drug use and early sexual activity. Girls with involved dads are less likely to become pregnant, and boys who report a strong relationship with their father tend to believe that they'll have a stable marriage someday. We should encourage active and involved fathering.
The daily "Family Facts" broadcast deals with these issues head-on with valuable information that's based on research and findings from The Heritage Foundation. In each feature, listeners are directed to get more facts at familyfacts.org, a great resource for charts, reports and more to explore topics like marriage and family, religious practice, health, and education.
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Honoring dads is important. Encourage someone special in your life and validate their critical role in the family this Father's Day!
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