Report Card. For most, these two words bring a sense of dread and anxiety! But without an evaluation now and then, how do you know if you are doing well or what you need to work on?
Just like how academic report cards are milestone checks on how we are doing in our studies, does your Dad similarly help guide you in life? On the other hand, how might a child evaluate his or her father?
Amos and Nathan Ang join host, Joanna Koh-Hoe, in this lively conversation to share how their relationship developed after having an honest review of it at a father-son adventure camp.
Amos works with an international nonprofit organization and is also a professional trainer and coach. He has been married for 24 years to Karen and they have 2 sons. Nathan is their older son and he recently completed serving his National Service as an officer in the Singapore Armed Forces. He is currently waiting to start university. As a family, they love exploring new places and playing games together.
With the pandemic bringing one more thing for dads to worry about, Focus on the Family Singapore wants to honour fathers for giving us their best through life’s highs and lows. As strong as they may appear to be, dads also need to know they are loved, seen, and good enough.
Check out our fun e-report card and give your Dad a score on how well he’s been doing. He could always use a little encouragement. www.family.org.sg/StrongerwithDad
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Disclaimer: This episode was recorded remotely as we play our part to keep Singapore safe during this season of COVID-19. The audio quality may be slightly affected during the online recording.