She’s My Girl, He’s My Dad

Building a Relationship to Last

By Justin Farrell

Dear Moms, have you wondered what happened to the great relationship your husband and daughter used to have? Have tickle fights and snuggles been replaced with eye rolling and, “You just don’t understand?” Does your husband seem at a loss for how to connect with your daughter? If so, please encourage them to attend the She’s My Girl, He’s My Dad father/daughter conference on November 15th from 9-3, at Liferoads Church.

This conference is designed for dads and daughters (ages 12 and older) for a day of relationship building through improved communication, learning how differences can bring them together, and spending quality, one on one time together. There will be time for the dads and daughters to meet together, as well as times where they are addressed separately. The event ends with a powerful father/daughter blessing where the dad presents his daughter with a rose and speaks truth right to her heart.

Dads with multiple daughters are encouraged to bring one daughter this year and other daughters to future conferences. This conference is also held annually in the Portland/Vancouver area in late September.

Here’s what past attendees are saying about She’s My Girl, He’s My Dad:

“If only I had this training 32 years ago!”

“I would recommend this conference because for me, I learned a lot about my dad and my own self.”

“I don’t know a dad with a daughter that doesn’t need info and help on how to be the dad that his daughter needs and deserves.”

“I believe this could help any father/daughter become closer and bond.”

“All fathers need this to show them how powerful of an influence they are for their daughters.”

“I’ve been praying for a better relationship with my daughter. I believe this is part of the Father’s answer.”

For more information, go to: Whatever Girls She’s My Girl, He’s My Dad; Building a Relationship to Last


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