Instead of the same ol’ tie, giftcard, or other dust-collecting Father’s Day item, consider giving your father or loved one an experience this year.
Here are three ideas for an experience you can create for him:
1. If your dad likes to spend time outdoors, find a state park where the two of you can go hiking together. Take turns sharing memories with one another during the hike and then find a great spot for a picnic. It will mean so much to your dad to join him in an environment that he really loves.
2. Ask your dad to go with you on a daddy-daughter date. Go to his favorite restaurant and then find something unique to do that he really enjoys. Does he like going to the movies? Or maybe to a driving range to practice hitting golf balls? Bowling, anyone? Find what he really enjoys doing and be present with him there.
3. Give your dad a ticket to LifeWay’s Main Event for Men. If you’re in the Nashville, Tenn. area, or close to it, consider registering your dad for this two-day event for men. The speakers include Coaches Bobby and Tommy Bowden, Darrell Waltrip, Maj. (Ret.) Jeff Struecker, and this very special guest. Save $20 on this if you register by Saturday, May 31.
You know your father best, so find that thing he really enjoys and help him create a very special memory.