Friday, February 26, 2010

A Lovely Father and Daughter Event

There is nothing more important than a daughter knowing the love her father has for her. A wonderful way for fathers to spend time with their daughters is to attend a special father daughter event. My husband will be escorting our three daughters to this wonderful Father Daughter Dinner with speaker Norm Wakefield. If you are in the Illinois/Indiana area you might want to check this out:

(Dinolfo's Banquet Hall)

***Christian Heritage Church is hosting a “Father and Daughter Dinner” at DiNolfo’s Banquet Hall, located at 14447 West 159th Street in Homer Glen, Illinois.

Godly womanhood is under attack in our culture. International Bible teacher, conference speaker and author Norm Wakefield will address this issue in a message titled: “A Father and Daughter: Affirming Godly Womanhood.” Norm will offer some practical ways a father can affirm his daughter in her womanhood and prepare her to be a godly wife and mother.

Our prayer is that God would use this evening to unite the hearts of fathers and daughters and lay a foundation for future generations of faithfulness to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Fathers, you will enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner together, followed by father and daughter games, Norm’s message, dessert, and an optional slow dance with your daughter. As you leave, a picture portrait and a surprise gift to remember this special night await you.

Event Itinerary:
5:00 - 6:00 pm ~ Registration and Photos
6:00 pm ~ Begin Seating and Soda Bar
6:30 pm ~ Dinner is Served
7:30 pm ~ Father and Daughter Games
8:15 pm ~ Opening Comments
8:30 pm ~ Norm Wakefield
9:30 pm ~ Optional Father/Daughter Slow Dance
10:00 pm ~ Farewell and don’t forget your photo

~The Cost is $20 per person, which includes your photo~

To Register, visit the church website at***

Be sure to register soon the date is right around the corner!

March 15, 2010

***Update: Registration has just closed for this event***



  1. What a lovely fellowship to have in a lovely environment.

  2. These are the times that I'm wishing I wasn't in college and 4 1/2 hours from home because that sounds like an awesome daddy/daughter event, and it's only a few hours from my home.
    Do they do this something that they do annually??

  3. Oh, how I wish that my sweet girlies had a Daddy to take them to events such as this. They would so dearly love it. How blessed your daughters are♥

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