34 episodes

At The Dad Project, we find experienced dads who have had success in raising kids. We ask them to give short talks, sharing what has worked for them and what hasn't. Our goal is to help men everywhere become the dads they were meant to be. And our hope is to change the world for the better, one dad at a time. Please visit us at dadproject.net to make a one-time or recurring donation to help support our operations.

The Dad Project The Dad Project

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9 • 81 Ratings

At The Dad Project, we find experienced dads who have had success in raising kids. We ask them to give short talks, sharing what has worked for them and what hasn't. Our goal is to help men everywhere become the dads they were meant to be. And our hope is to change the world for the better, one dad at a time. Please visit us at dadproject.net to make a one-time or recurring donation to help support our operations.

    Episode 33: Dads, Detachment, and COVID-19

    Episode 33: Dads, Detachment, and COVID-19

    In this episode, Jim Tierney discusses idols that dads should on guard against worshiping and practical ways that we can grow in the virtue of detachment.

    • 13 min
    Announcement from The Dad Project Team

    Announcement from The Dad Project Team

    Announcement from The Dad Project Team by The Dad Project

    • 35 sec
    Episode 32: Sincerity

    Episode 32: Sincerity

    In this episode of The Dad Project, Adam Mering discusses the need for dads to work on the virtue of sincerity both at home and at work. Adam works in the temporary staffing industry. He and his wife have six children.

    • 12 min
    Episode 31: Dad in the Time of Coronavirus - A Playbook

    Episode 31: Dad in the Time of Coronavirus - A Playbook

    In this episode of The Dad Project, Jim Tierney discusses how dads can turn the adversity of being under stay at home orders into good for their families. Jim is co-founder of The Dad Project. He and his wife have 10 children.

    • 21 min
    Episode 30: Patience

    Episode 30: Patience

    In this episode of The Dad Project, Rich Meyer discusses why it is critically important that dads model patience in the home. Rich is a Chicago native who currently works as the headmaster of a high school in Orange County, California. He and his wife have eight children.

    • 18 min
    Episode 29: Friendship in the Home

    Episode 29: Friendship in the Home

    In this episode of The Dad Project, Jim Tierney discusses the need for dads to model good friendships as both husbands and fathers. Jim is co-founder of The Dad Project. He and his wife have 10 children.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
81 Ratings

81 Ratings

Blairbel ,

Engaging content and advice

This podcast has been a great source of support and encouragement as I focus on building a strong family and forming my children. The advice and examples shared here go deep and get to the end results we’re all trying to achieve and break down the steps to get there. It’s a great listen.

gradschl ,

Must listen, a much needed Podcast where Dads speak to Dads

Fantastic podcast for all Dads, those living out this vocation, both physical and spiritual. “A guide for the perplexed” (aka, most of us) to navigate the world and society. Remains faithful and true to natural and time tested principles. Clear and concise. Mission, method, end state.

KCandBRYNN ,

All Dad's Should Listen

Great tips for becoming better fathers and husbands. Thank you gentlemen for providing this information.

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