Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Family Life Director   ​Sandi Reiss   479-783-7745

FATHERS FOR GOOD embraces the adventure of fatherhood.  Whether you are a seasoned dad, a new dad, a dad to be, or a single guy thinking about marriage, this website fathersforgood.org has what you need.  They also welcome wives who want to support their husbands in becoming the best fathers they can be.


ALL PRO DAD is Family First’s innovative and unique program for every father. They strive to help fathers become passionate about their role in their family’s life. Their aim is to interlock the hearts of the fathers with their children and as a byproduct the hearts of the children with their dads.  This is where dads in any stage of fatherhood can find helpful resources to aid in their parenting. Resources include: daily emails, blogs, Top 10 Lists, articles, printable tools, videos and eBooks. Fathers can also sign up to start or attend on of our All Pro Dad’s Days chapters.


COURAGEOUS- Honor Begins at Home 

Four men, one calling: To serve and protect.  As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and their partners are confident and focused.  They willingly stand up to the worst the world can offer. Yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle:  fatherhood.

Parenting

iMOM is dedicated fully to all moms. Their goal at is to help mothers raise their children in a way that increases their wisdom and stature while having favor with all those they come in contact with iMOM has something for all moms.  iMOM.com is where moms can find all of these resources and more. The Espresso Minute is iMOM’s daily email for moms. Currently there are over 2,000 parenting articles for moms on the site. iMOM’s most popular product are the free Printables. These are downloadable tools to help moms in their most important role – being a mom! The iMOM Media Monitor serves moms with detailed reviews of movies and music so they can be equipped and prepared for today’s media culture.


How To Take Young Children To Mass, By Stacey and Josh Noem.  Sometimes at the end of Mass a parishioner comes up to us and says “Your three children are SO well behaved!” Our standard response is either, “Thank you. We work at it” or “Thank you, some days are better than others.” The “better” days are the product of years of articles and brochures we read on taking children to Mass. Click on the link For Your Marriage to read more on this and other Parenting articles.