'In the dad house' blog

It's true - we've started a blog called 'In the dad house'.

The idea for this blog is to strengthen and extend the reach of our voice in the realm of fatherhood. Our hope is that it will be read by fathers and father figures as well as Who Let The Dads Out? group leaders, and that it will contribute to our vision to turn the hearts of fathers to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.

We're looking for contributing writers - if you've got a story to tell, send over your ideas to our Comms officer at vicky.hathaway@brf.org.uk.

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We are dads

16 Nov 2017

Over many years, I’ve read books and articles about fatherhood and I’ve listened to speakers, commentators and experts, and most of them have told me that I need



Values or Prejudices? – Passing it on

03 Nov 2017

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Values or Prejudices? – My little girl

24 Oct 2017

In my last blog (‘



Values or Prejudices? – What's best for the child?

24 Oct 2017

In recent days, the Times newspaper has been running a story about the fostering of a young ‘white Christian’ child placed in the care of a Muslim family by a London coun



Four father figures and a fry-up

12 Sep 2017

My gradually expanding waistline is evidence of a number of things. Firstly, there is my lack of self-restraint.



What makes you smile?

29 Aug 2017

I had a lovely, but rather poignant moment this weekend, which always tends to be the way when I spend quality time with my son… cheesy as it is, you really do learn so much from children; it’s rat



An irritating voice and the clothes-peg doctor

15 Aug 2017

One of the - ahem - ‘privileges’ of working in a home office is that you get to hang the washing out on sunny days, and bring it in again when it ra



Do you want to be a hero? Here's how...

10 Jul 2017

There is a book lying on my desk called Daddy Is My Hero. It’s a picture book all about how Daddy looks normal, but how he becomes a knight, a wizard and other heroic characters.



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