I think it's appropriate that we're introduced to Boaz on Father's Day because Boaz was a man's man.
Boaz means "strength." He was a mighty man. This word implies that he was a warrior. Perhaps a decorated war hero. Some scholars believe since he lived during the time of the Judges, he was probably one of Gideon's 300 mighty men who defeated the Midianites.
Not only is he strong, he's also rich. Verse 1 says a "man of wealth." He's on the opposite end of the spectrum from Ruth and Naomi.
He's strong. They're weak.
He's wealthy. They're destitute.
And he's a man, a kinsman of Elimelech's, who could carry on the family line.
He's everything they need.
Of course at this point, neither Naomi or Ruth know about him.
And that's where the real hero of the story steps in-God.
God is moving behind the scenes to bring the perfect, happy ending to this story. And to your story too.
We call this Providence. Everything is sustained, directed and controlled by our sovereign God.