Extending the Legacy of Liberty to the next generation begins at home.
There are four contexts for “father” — God the Father, our own earthly fathers, the role of men as father to their children, and the legacy of our forefathers. They combine to create a rich and abiding sense of what fatherhood means, as well as what it should look and feel like in heart and practice.
But for tens of millions of Americans from broken homes, the consequences of failed fatherhood are the enormous obstacles their children must endeavor to overcome in relationships with their Creator, with their own spouses and children, and in their ability to honor their forefathers’ legacy.
Patriot fathers, if you want to extend the Legacy of Liberty to the next generation, there is no better place to start than in your own home.
In the words of the Father of our Nation, George Washington, “May the father of all mercies scatter light, and not darkness, upon our paths, and make us in all our several vocations useful here, and in His own due time and way everlastingly happy.” (1790)
For more, read Mark Alexander’s essay, Fathers and Freedom: Irrevocably Linked.
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