1. A Dad is critical to his child's positive emotional, mental, spiritual and physical development.
2. Mom and Dad are equally important in the lives of their children, and both should be equally responsible for their well-being.
3. All children, regardless of tax bracket or zip-code, are "at-risk" for negative life situations without an engaged father.
4. Traditionally, society has not given Dad the skill-set, training, or expectation needed to be actively engaged with his child.
5. Men learn how to be a Dad from watching their Dad. Positive fathering is generational.
6. Dad needs to be engaged with his children without regard to marital status to Mom.
7. Getting Dad actively engaged early in his child's life will prevent him from ever becoming disengaged.
"Noble fathers have noble children." ~ Euripides