Carey Casey

Carey Casey is the CEO of the National Center for Fathering. He is widely known as an ambassador for fathers, a dynamic speaker who inspires dads to be the best they can be. Carey serves on the White House Task Force on Fatherhood and Healthy Families, and is a member of the executive committee of the National Fatherhood Leaders Group. He served for nearly 20 years with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and also as a chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys under famed head coach Tom Landry. Carey is the author of Championship Fathering and general editor of the book The 21-Day Dad’s Challenge. He and his wife, Melanie, reside in Chicago, where he is a staff member at their place of worship, Lawndale Christian Community Church. The couple has four children and nine grandchildren.

Building Racial Harmony in Our Communities

Carey Casey shares an inspiring message about racial unity and Christian love, and talks about the legacy passed on to him by his father and grandfather, who overcame hardships and blessed him through their accomplishments and the lessons they taught him.

The Fatherhood Mandate

What should be a father’s top priority?

Being a Champion to Your Grandkids

Carey Casey, CEO of the National Center for Fathering, explains how grandfathers can utilize their unique role to have a positive and lasting influence on their grandchildren in a discussion based on his new book, Championship Grandfathering: How to Build a Winning Legacy.

Forgiveness Isn’t Fair, But It Is Essential

Help your kids live out the principles of grace and forgiveness, understanding how conflict looks when the spirit of a relationship is regulated by humility and forgiveness. 

Be the Dad

Do you confront your kids when they’re not thinking clearly? Sometimes they will need you to intervene and help them deal with issues.

What Your Communication Says About Marriage

How a wife and husband communicate with each other tells other people a lot about their relationship. Your marriage can be a witness of Christ’s love.

Laughter: The Fun of Fatherhood

As we raise our children to be responsible, God-fearing adults, there’s a lot of room for humor, energy and fun.

Focus on the Family

How Dads Can Stay Involved

Preschool Go on a walk with your child, and collect leaves or other objects that reflect the changing seasons. Create habits that help you connect with your wife and kids, such as phone calls from work or special “daddy” time when you walk through the …

Teaching Through Sports

Use your children’s involvement in sports to teach them about life.

Consistent Fatherhood

How active are you in the lives of your children?