Kids appreciate a proactive father

“I remember my dad coming down to the school playground on cold winter days with some hot soup – it felt fantastic. We didn’t have money to buy warm pies and things from the tuck shop so it was really special.” – Marg Robinson, daughter of Jack, pastor.

  • Being proactive can be as simple as thinking about what your child will need and providing it.
  • Those thoughtful moments will become memories your child cherishes.


Praise your kids – often

Criticism should be vastly outweighed by praise in communicating with your children.


Plan your workday backwards

Block out in your diary the time you will be leaving the office and then work backwards to plan your day.