Jeff Kemp

About Jeff Kemp

Jeff is a quarterback for strengthening families and strengthening teams. He is passionate about advancing collaboration to support marriages, families, and children. In 2012 Jeff joined FamilyLife as a Vice President and Catalyst for helping others. Jeff quarterbacked in the NFL from 1981 to 1992. He and his father, Jack Kemp (the former Vice-Presidential candidate and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development), were the first of only six sets of father/son NFL quarterbacks. Jeff is a frequent speaker at men’s and marriage events. He also speaks to businesses, community groups, and young people about family relationships and teamwork.

3 Often Forgotten Ways a Dad Can Influence His Kids


  Sadly, children are often neglected, abused, and lonely. The problem most often traces back—not to a kid problem—but to a family problem. Most typically, it traces back to the lack of a dad in the life of a child. Beyond that, over the last 40 years, culture keeps repeating the lie that says dads [...]

3 Often Forgotten Ways a Dad Can Influence His Kids2023-01-19T23:54:15+00:00

3 Steps for Tapping into the Power of Prayer as a Leader


  I just finished guiding a thirty-minute prayer time and had an amazing time with the Fatherhood CoMission. Afterward, some leaders asked if I could put a post together to coach the rest of us on using the power of prayer at any time. Here are 3 steps for tapping into the power of prayer [...]

3 Steps for Tapping into the Power of Prayer as a Leader2022-07-11T17:34:23+00:00

Why Championing Fathers is Important


Championing fathers is vital. In this interview, Mitch Temple, Executive Director of the Fatherhood CoMission, interviews me on "Why Fathers and Championing Fathers is Important". This interview took place at the Fatherhood CoMission Summit in 2012 at Winshape Retreat in Rome, Georgia. Here a few professional highlights about myself before you listen to the [...]

Why Championing Fathers is Important2022-07-05T11:55:43+00:00
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