First things first: Happy Father’s Day! It’s an honour to be communicating with you on this most important and special day.
Whether you’re a father of younger or older kids, a grandfather, or a father figure to some precious people in your life, our prayer here at Dads4Kids is that you have a blessed Father’s Day with family and friends.
Secondly, the first-ever TV documentary on the Dads4Kids Men’s Leadership Summit, the annual life-changing weekend for men, was recently broadcast on the excellent TV program Helping Hands on Channel 9!
All thanks to Richard Attieh and his crew at Australian TV & Media Group, the team behind Helping Hands, which broadcasts each weekend. Warwick Marsh and I are super excited to share the story of the 2023 Men’s Leadership Summit!
As I’ve written previously, the Dads4Kids Men’s Leadership Summit has been life-changing for me. 2023 was better than ever!
Almost 100 men from all over Australia and all walks of life spent an August weekend at The Tops Conference Centre, just south of Sydney in NSW. From Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, we sang, prayed, talked and ate together. We gleaned great wisdom from our three keynote speakers, Dr Allan Meyer, Ps Scott Hanzy and Brett Davis.
But most importantly, all the men shared their stories and listened intently within their small groups throughout the entire weekend. Secret men’s business was carefully dealt with. Hearts were moved, and minds were renewed. I have never experienced anything like it.
In the documentary, my beloved Indigenous brother Ps James Dargin explains:
‘These men here are my brothers, and they’re close, because it’s not about what I look like on the outside. It’s (about) what we share from the inside.’
2023 was Bryan Heggie’s second Summit, and he explains in the documentary:
‘I’ve (now) got great relationships with my kids. From last year’s summit ’til now, my relationships have grown phenomenally. You can see the happiness in them (my kids), it’s just so positive.’
Watch the documentary, and consider joining us in 2024. It might just change your life!
If you can, book now for the life-changing 2024 Men’s Leadership Summit, at a special early bird price!
Finally, if you’ve been encouraged by the work of Dads4Kids and would like to help us continue Building Men, Growing Fathers, and Changing Generations, please consider making a tax-deductible donation here.
Yours for Helping Dads Be the Best They Can Be,
Operations Manager and Qualified Trainer for Dads4Kids, Nathaniel is passionate to see hearts turn to the Father. As a professional filmmaker, Nat worked in advertising and television for 20 years and has been helping Dads4Kids behind the scenes since 2002. Nat has been married to Jodi since 2004, and they have five daughters.
The Fatherhood Foundation Incorporated trading as Dads4Kids is a Harm Prevention Charity listed under Subdivision 30_EA of the Australian Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 with Tax Deductible Status (DGR) for donations
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