Father’s Day 20 Questions

June 13, 2007 by · 1 Comment 

This Sunday is Father’s Day. A time to honor dads. Since we’ve been talking about courage, I though it would be appropriate to take a little detour to talk about fathers this week (after all, they have to be courageous, right!?!).

“Father’s Day” is a holiday, and I’d say that the primary reason we have “Father’s Day” is so that we set aside some time to reflect on our fathers. So that’s what we’re going to do…

Below you will find a questionnaire about your Dad (no matter how old you are, whether your dad is here or not, whether you are a dad or not). This can be something you decide to share with your dad or just keep for yourself.

This Sunday at our church, I’m going to ask people to share the answers they are comfortable sharing (and that are appropriate) with the group (this started out as a way to get the kids involved and participating in the service—but we all have or have had dads—so it’s for all of us). If you want to make up your own questions to add to this, feel free to do so… (Moms—you may want to go through these questions with the younger kids. I suggest that you let the older one 6/7 and above work on their own at first.)

Skip any questions you want…

Have fun. (NOTE: This CAN BE USED as a Father’s Day gift!!!)


1) What are three things that dads do?

2) What does your dad do for you that your mom can’t?

3) What three adjectives best describe your dad?

4) What is your favorite thing to do with your dad?

5) If your dad isn’t working or playing with you, what does he enjoy doing by himself?

6) What does your dad do as a job?

7) What is important about your dad’s job?

8) How do you know when your dad is happy?

9) Name something that your dad is really good at?

10) Name something that your dad is not so good at?

11) If your dad wasn’t doing the job he has now, what do you think he would be good at?

12) What do you like the best about your dad?

13) What does your dad do to help around the house?

14) What do you know about your dad that other people may not know?

15) What do you think is the hardest part about being a dad?

16) What do you think is the best part about being a dad?

17) Where (what place) do you think your dad is the happiest?

18) When is the best time to talk to your dad?

19) What is cool about your dad?

20) Is there anything you should thank your dad for that you haven’t yet (or haven’t thanked him in a while for)?


Have a wonderful Father’s Day!!


Grace and peace,


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One Response to “Father’s Day 20 Questions”
  1. Dug says:

    I have no idea why #8 turned into a sun wearing sunglasses. I apologize for any confusion this may cause.

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