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Lessons from America’s best fathers

Wheatley Institute Fellow Loren Marks Shares Research on Good Fathering

So what are the ingredients of good fathering? We decided to find out by interviewing men identified by others as especially good examples of the same.

Over the past three decades, we have asked diverse American clergy to point us to the most exemplary families in their congregations so that we could interview them and learn the secrets behind their success. Our American Families of Faith project now includes about 300 racially diverse families from all regions of the United States.

These families include men who — according to their clergy, wives and kids — repeatedly place God, their wives and their children ahead of themselves. Today, we share seven brief insights from some of these most impressive fathers.

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