Yes, there are many like our United States soldiers that are fighting for our country. There are many other unsung or unnoticed heroes, but one group from the list is fathers. Next Sunday will be Fathers’ Day and we celebrate it every third Sunday of June. They may not be in the headline news or possess great wealth but he shows up for work day after day and brings home a paycheck week after week. Perhaps there are many problems where he works or his boss is a jerk but he does not complain or quit because he knows he has a family to feed and bills to pay. Maybe he did not get to go to his daughters first dance recital but he is so proud when his little daughter shows him her new dance costume. Also he could not make little Johnny’s first baseball game because a last minute work order came in and he had to fill it, but he was so proud when later that evening little Johnny told him how he stopped a ground ball and threw it to second base. He tries to set a good example for his family, (Deuteronomy 4:9, Proverbs 20:7). Moreover, has been faithful to his wife and on Sunday they all get in the old clunker car and go to Church, (Ephesians 6:4). “Dad I love you” or a simple “thank you” would please him very much. See you in Church next Sunday.