FAITH BASED Opportunities

7 Secrets of Effective Fathers Seminars (Click on Logo for more info)


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Boot Camp for New Dads

CFF is now a licensed provider of the acclaimed Boot Camp for New Dads program in NE Arkansas! Formed in 1988, Boot Camp brings veteran dads with their infants to rookie dads who are expecting their first baby. Sessions provide hands on training to get dads actively involved when their interest is at it’s highest. Rookies are all eyes and ears as they watch the veterans feed, burp, change and care for their babies while hearing their experiences and advice. The strongest emphasis is placed on the tremendous support new moms need from new dads with additional advice on bonding, work hours, forming a parent team, safety, preventing child abuse, and dealing with relatives.

Paragould’s BOOT CAMP sessions are conducted at three NE Arkansas Hospitals. The schedule of sessions can be found here.


Stop the whining and arguing

Get help with chores

Get teens home at curfew

Becoming a LOVE AND LOGIC Parent

Dr. Crain is now certified to provide training to parents and teachers using the Love and Logic materials authored by Jim Fay and Foster Cline of Denver, Colorado. Six “stand-alone” sessions are available on Monday evenings at the Center on Linwood Drive in Paragould from 5:30-6:30 PM. Child care is available IF YOU PRE-REGISTER. To register, call (870) 236-1323 or send us an email using the “Contact Us” button at the top. Each session is $5. The optional course manual is $8. This will be the last series for 2006.

Sessions are open to parents and grandparents with children of all ages; Educators and Health Professionals are also welcome. 

To a Better Job! To Provide For Your Family!

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As a young man establishes himself in the world, his focus has to shift from receiving the provision of others to providing what others in his care need. If your family paid for your job training, you are now free to provide for your own family’s daily needs. As their provider, you have taken the first step.

Unfortunately, a readiness to provide is not enough in today’s society. A second important step up may be needed…a step up to a better job. What are your interests? What further training would it take to move up? Taking this step brings tremendous satisfaction because you know life will be better for your whole family…and society.

If you are interested in taking either step. Call 870-236-1323 to register for a Step UP interview. Daytime and evening sessions are available.

Our next clothing drive will begin in January of 2007.