Monday, January 30, 2012

Fathers and Daughters

The father and daughter relationship is a very special thing. It is special bond that needs to be nurtured and cultivated with special care. Sometimes that can be hard with a working schedules, but we definitely need to find time to invest into it.

One of the things that the Fuentes family likes to do is take part of an annual lovely Father-Daughter Banquet. Here is a picture of my daughters:

This photo was taken on my husband's cell phone and not as clear as I would like it to be!

The winding staircase where portraits are taken of each father and daughter

The stunning dining hall

(A friend of playing harp music in the background)

If you are in the area, I highly recommend you sign up for this event! They have a delicious, gourmet meal, speakers, games and dancing (optional). In inspiring, memorable event to build the bonds of husband and daughter(s). This years speaker is Todd Wilson of Family Man Ministries (he is known for his hilarious comic homeschool books.)

You can click HERE to register. 

If you cannot attend, here are some of our favorite resources for Fathers and Daughters:

Explores topics such as how to build the father-daughter bond, true feminine beauty, the Proverbs 31 woman, how to transition from beautiful girlhood to noble womanhood, and how to prepare daughters for marriage.

Every father leaves a legacy for his daughter whether good or bad, whether by design or by default. Daughters watch carefully what dads prioritize as well as what they neglect, and then form their own ideals—including the kind of man they look for in a mate—in response to this. Dr. Voddie Baucham explains this powerful influence that fathers have on their girls as well as the destructiveness of male abdication. His charge: Dads must set aside selfish pursuits and lovingly lead their daughters. (now one sale)

And remember to continually pray for the strengthening
of your daughter's and husband's relationship.

Have a blessed day building up your sacred homes!


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