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Dr. Ken Canfield

Host: Dr. Tim Clinton

September 08, 2022

Dr. Ken Canfield believes we are on the brink of a grandparenting revolution. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Canfield unpack lessons from Dr. Ken’s book, The Heart of Grandparenting, and the opportunity that grandparents have to leave a lasting and impactful legacy. He advises grandparents to communicate their own heritage to their grandchildren, which helps in the formation of their developing identities, and building resiliency. Dr. Canfield also emphasizes the importance of being a godly example, because the best lessons are caught, rather than taught.

Meet the Guest

 

Dr. Ken Canfield

Dr. Ken Canfield is a nationally known scholar who has committed his life to strengthening fathers, families and grandparents. He is the founder of the National Center for Fathering and the National Association for Grandparenting, and has been involved in many other non-profits throughout his career. He has served as a media consultant to national, state and community leaders — often in partnership with his wife, Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield. Dr. Ken Canfield is the author of twelve books, including The 7 Secrets of Effective Fathers, The Heart of a Father, They Call Me Dad, and The HEART of Grandparenting. He has been interviewed on The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s World News Tonight, Focus on the Family, The 700 Club, and numerous other radio and television programs. Dr. Ken and Dr. Michelle Canfield have fifteen grandchildren and currently reside in Fayetteville, AR.

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