To all the dads who are coping with prostate cancer on this day, we've lived to see another Father's Day!
Since my diagnosis with prostate cancer, I don't take that fact lightly or for granted. I begin this Father's Day with gratitude. I hope you do as well.
Some dads have faithfully raised their children and continued to be involved in their children's lives. To the dads who've been a Godly influence, to the dads who've laughed, wept, and prayed with and for their children, may you be blessed on this special day.
Today can be a painful day for both Fathers and to children especially when a father is estranged from one or many of his children.
If it's within your power to restore or reconcile a relationship with one or more of your children I urge you to make good use of this day. If it's within your power, swallow your pride to bring peace and reconciliation to your family.
To those who for whatever reason can't see their fathers or children on this day, it can be a day of sorrow. Know this: You are not alone. You have a Heavenly Father who loves you beyond measure. He has promised that He will never leave or forsake you. He may be the Father you need to spend time with today. Blessings to all!