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71% of all high school drop outs, 75% of adolescents in substance abuse treatment centers, 85% of youths in prison, and 90% of homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes. (www.thefatherlessgeneration.wordpress.com)
Fatherlessness costs America approximately $100 BILLION dollars per year. (fatherhood.gov)
When fathers are involved in the lives of their children, especially their education, their children learn more, perform better in school, and exhibit healthier behavior. Even when fathers do not share a home with their children, their active involvement can have a lasting and positive impact. There are countless ways to be involved in your child’s education at all ages. (fatherhood.gov)
Research shows that even very young children who have experienced high father involvement show an increase in curiosity and in problem solving capacity. Fathers’ involvement seems to encourage children’s exploration of the world around them and confidence in their ability to solve problems… Highly involved fathers also contribute to increased mental dexterity in children, increased empathy, less stereotyped sex role beliefs and greater self-control. (fatherhood.gov)
When non-custodial fathers are highly involved with their children’s learning, the children are more likely to get A’s at all grade levels. (fatherhood.gov)
- All Pro Dad
- Coparenting International
- Covenant Eyes
- Divorce Care
- Divorce Care for Kids
- Every Single Dad
- Fatherhood CoMission
- Focus on the Family
- Honor Your Father
- The Mentoring Project
- Michigan Legal Help
- National Center for Fathering
- National Fatherhood Initiative
- Shepherding the Next Generation
- Single and Parenting
- The Singles Network Ministries
- Single Parent Missions
Upon hearing the news that his father has gone to jail, a six-year-old boy poses the question of this generation: “Who’s going to take my Dad’s place?” The Daddy Gap takes an uncensored look at the distress so many fatherless families are in and provides desperately needed answers about how God responds to this question and how the Church should as well. Dawn Walker and Matt Haviland build a compelling case that not only are single parent families the “widows and orphans” of this generation, but that it is the Church, not the government, that should be responsible to care for them. Drawing from their own journeys as single parents, Dawn and Matt give heartfelt encouragement to these often marginalized families by sharing how God really sees them, loves them, and wants to heal and restore them. Full of rich insights and lavish grace, they also offer some hard truths about what redemption and restoration really require. Most importantly, they clear a path to help all wounded sons and daughters discover the Father they’ve always wanted and who has always wanted them.
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