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Make Father's Day Special at your Church

You can find examples in the Bible of fathers who discipline, fathers who comfort and mentor. This year, consider choosing several fathers of different ages in your congregation to share what they have learned about being a dad and what that has taught them about their heavenly father. Consider doing a smart phone video of interviews with youngsters in the nursery and children's area asking them what father's do all day. Consider creating a father's day devotion plan for families, and do "super hero" skit in church and special crafts in the kids areas. Perhaps you can host a contest where family members can nominate dads in various categories such as "Most Romantic Dad" or "Above & Beyond Dad" who goes the extra mile with a special needs child or neighbor in need. Have a hospitality room just for the menfolk with guy-style snacks and information about men's retreats, bible studies or events. Have a prominent sports figure drop by and