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14 Grilling Tools Dad Absolutely Needs This Father’s Day

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The best essential and non-essential gifts to give your grill-obsessed dad on Father’s Day

14 Grilling Tools Dad Absolutely Needs This Father’s Day

Barbecue Branding Iron

For the keen grilling Dad, who already has all the essential tools, this totally unessential barbecue branding iron will make the perfect gift. Being able to burn his initials on to everything that comes off that grill will make him happier than you could ever imagine.

Barbecue Gloves

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Don’t let a grilling accident lead to Dad spending hours to get his burns bandaged up in hospital this summer. A hefty pair of grilling gloves will protect him from the heat: A sturdy suede or leather pair will last him a lifetime and save him a lot of scars and pain.

Grill Pan

Grilling can be stressful when you’re trying to cook small pieces of meat and vegetables, which always seem to fall between the gaps in the grill. Don’t let this be a problem ever again by buying Dad a grill sheet or pan which can sit on top of the grill irons: It should still have gaps in so the food can obtain that smoky flavor, but will stop dinner escaping into the flames, never to be seen again.

Long-Handled Tongs

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Using that standard set of tongs kept in the kitchen always leads to much cursing and sharp intakes of breath when Dad uses them to grill with. The handles simply aren’t long enough to protect him from the heat: Buy him a set of long-handled tongs to save his hands and arms from burning every time he tries to turn something over on the grill.

Metal Grill Spatula

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Flipping burgers is a highly refined skill, which should never be underestimated. Make sure Dad is fully prepared to perfect this art by providing him with a long-handled, metal grill spatula, for flipping with the ultimate ease.

Sauces and Spices

Steak Knives

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Swedish Firesteel

If your dad is one of those men who will always be determined to grill, no matter what the weather, then he may be in need of a Swedish firesteel so that he can get the grill lit, even when the rain is pouring down.

Thermometers

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Any grilling-obsessed dad needs at least two thermometers to perfect his favorite cooking method. One thermometer is needed to sit on the grill, to help determine when it’s ready to be used, and how long the meat needs to be cooked for. The other is one tthat can be stuck into the meat, to check its internal temperature, to let him know whether it’s ready to eat or not.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


Happy Father's Day

So much has happened since my last blog entry. I have a lot to tell you about a Mission Trip we took to Mexico last week. God did a lot of work in me while I was gone. I would love to tell you about it now but I haven't fully processed it all yet. Everyone asks me how it went and all I can think to say is "It was HOT". When I get it processed I will be back here to share it with you all.

Until then I wanted to take a moment to reflect on Father's day. Like every other church in the city, we had a Father's day message today. I remember back in the day when I HATED Father's day. I especially hated in when my birthday fell on Father's day because "if I had a step-dad at the time" it was all about him. I just remember the anger that would build at this time of year. It was funny to me today to see how far God has brought me.

They had all of the Fathers stand up at church and had their kids gather around them. I was sitting in the soundbooth looking out over the crowd and I was struck by how many amazing Fathers there are in our group. You could see and feel the love pouring out in the families as they gathered together in prayer. I felt tears of joy stream down my face for those kids whose Father's just wrapped their arms around them and hugged them. The bitterness about my Dad (or lack of one) was missing this year. Then I looked down in the crowd and saw Josh sitting there and my heart ached for him. His Daddy would have been such an AWESOME Dad. Tears of heartbreak mixed in with the tears of joy but still. the bitterness was gone.

Then..I was so gently reminded that even for those of us who don't have a Father with us now..that we will ALWAYS have a Father in heaven. He is looking down on us and letting us know that we are accepted, and loved, and wanted. Psalms 27:10 (NLT) says "Even if my Father and Mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close." I think it is important for us to remember that God is always giving us a Fatherly hug and He'll never let go.

If you are lucky enough to have your Father around, hug him tight. If your Mom has filled the role..hug her close and let her know that you appreciate her fatherly efforts as well. If you don't happen to have your father around, for whatever reason, just know that your Father in heaven thinks you're pretty special and wants to fill that role.


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