Down deep, every dad wants to be a great dad. Most sons wish their dad were a little different than he appears to be. The problem for the son is the perception of what is real and what is not. The problem for dad is the fear of being known. The solution seems light years away. In reality, it could be as close as a phone call.
Often the simple is unnecessarily made complex. Gary Skinner presents the theory that if God intended for fathering to be difficult he wouldn't have turned the responsibility over to so many of us without precise instructions. Hoosier Dad guides fathers on their way to embracing the responsibility with the strength God provides. Gary honestly shares his own experiences with a sense of humor to ease many of the concerns and fears dads have toward fulfilling their role as dad. Gary has interviewed, counseled, and coached hundreds of men toward becoming the men God would have them to be. Most of these men are fathers, and many have had a common concern of failing as a dad. Hoosier Dad provides great perspectives if you don't understand your own dad, you want to be a better dad, you think you've made too many mistakes, or you just need a little clarity about fathering.