Now, here we are with Father's Day approaching. Father's Day is a bit of a challenge for me to find the perfect gift. My father passed away many years ago. I focus the gratitude of fatherhood to my husband, who is a wonderful father. He loves his sons and daughter in law fervently and always seeks their best. How do you express love for a true man''s man who is filled with integrity and purpose? A home cooked meal is a must, but sometimes I long for something extra special to show my love and gratefulness.
DaySpring shared a fantastic printable - 8 Notes for Dad's Bathroom Mirror. Simply download these notes, print them off, cut out, write a personal message on the back and tape onto his bathroom mirror (or hide in his car, by his nightstand, or even next to his workout equipment). They are colorful, based on Scripture, powerfully encouraging while being quick and to the point - you know guys don't do mushy!
Here is the link: Dad's Notes
I'm excited to share these with my sweet hubby and find creative ways to let him know how much he is loved and appreciated. If your dad is still alive, be encouraged to spend some time with him. There is nothing like a father's love for a daughter. It frames the foundation of her relationships. If the memories are not good ones, be encouraged to look to our Heavenly Father - God who loves us with an unending love and continually offers His grace to us.
Share some Father's Day love this weekend!