Father’s Day is just around the corner, and you haven’t bought anything for dad yet, have you?
No need to fear, there’s still time for Amazon to get your gifts to Dad in time. But what to buy? Here’s a list of 7 Father’s Day gift ideas for productive Christian dads.
1 – Lemome Dotted Notebook with Pen Loop
Who doesn’t love a good notebook?
I recently began using The Bullet Journal Method for keeping track of my events and tasks. And I wanted a notebook that had a dotted grid layout (as opposed to lined or blank pages) and a way to hold a pen. The Lemome Dotted Notebook with Pen Loop fit the bill nicely.
This notebook would make an excellent Father’s Day gift for the productive Christian dad in your life. Whether he is a user of the Bullet Journal Method, wants a place to take sermon notes, or simply wants a quality notebook to organize his thoughts, this notebook will get the job done and look good doing it.
2 – Beacoo iPhone and Apple Watch Charging Stand
If the Dad your shopping for owns an Apple Watch and iPhone, the Beacoo 2 in 1 Wireless Charger Stand is a must-have. I have one of these on my nightstand at home. It charges the phone and Apple Watch simultaneously and it’s minimal design means it won’t be an eyesore on the bedside table.
3 – Your Future Self Will Thank You
Books make some of the best gifts. And Drew Dyck’s Your Future Self Will Thank You: Secrets to Self-Control from the Bible and Brain Science. Is an encouraging Christian take in the issue of cultivating self-control.
If you’re interested in reading more about the book, I recently did a full review of it.
4 – Renpho Smart Scale
Looking for a cool gift that also sends Dad a passive-aggressive message? Look no further than the Renpho Bluetooth Scale.
This bad buy does it all. Here’s a description from the product page, “13 Essential Measurements – Scale shows body weight, data including Weight, BMI, Body Fat Percentage stores to app. You can weigh yourself anytime WITHOUT your phone. The data will sync to the app once it is connected again!”
This has an easy to use free app that stores the data and, if Dad’s an iPhone user, you can enable the app to share data with Apple Health Kit. That means it can keep other fitness apps that share with Health Kit, like My Fitness Pal, up to date with his health metrics.
5 – ESV Scripture Journal: Old and New Testament Sets
Some people are scared of writing in their Bible’s. I am not one of those people. I am convinced that one of the best ways to write Scripture upon your heart is to write on the Scriptures. This complete set of ESV Scripture Journals make more than just great bookshelf candy, they provide a practical way to take notes right alongside the biblical text. And for that reason, they make a great gift for the productive Christian dad in your life.
From Crossway’s product description, “The ESV Scripture Journal: Old and New Testament Sets includes 55 thin, portable journals containing the entirety of individual books of the Bible with lightly lined blank pages opposite each page of Bible text.”
6 – Xpand No Tie Shoelaces
If the productive dad you’re shopping for is into exercise, these Xpand No Tie Shoelaces make a great gift. These elastic laces can turn any pair of shoes into slip-ons that are always exactly at preferred tightness. No more laces coming untied. Just slip them on and you’re out the door to the gym. Plus they come in a variety of colors.
Plus, at under $10 these are great if you’re shopping for Dad on a shoestring budget (see what I did there?)
7 – Zero-G King-Free Garden Hose
Your productive Christian dad needs a productive garden hose.
These Zero-G hoses are great. They’re light, they don’t kink, and they last a long time. I have one in the front yard and back.
Share Your Father’s Day Gift Ideas
That’s my 7 Father’s Day gift ideas for the productive Christian dad in your life. Have other suggestions you think productive dads might like? Why not share them in the comments?