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A mentoring and ministry program that teaches and exemplifies Godly
manhood to boys from single parent homes, utilizing outdoor activities
and the men of Prestonwood committed to making a difference in the lives
What's Wrong with America's Men?
Four out of ten of America's boys will go to bed tonight with no older
male influence in the house (no father, no stepfather, no uncle, no
grandfather, no older brother). - National Institute of Fathers
Some authorities estimate that of the remaining 6 fathers, 3 are a very
poor influence or have no relationship with their sons.
Seventy percent plus of Americans have a major unresolved issue with their
fathers. - National Coalition of Fathers
"Fathers spend on average 28 seconds a day in direct, personal contact
with their sons." - James Dobson, author of "Bringing Up Boys"
What PALs Teach
Four key elements of manhood emphasized in Biblical principals provide
the framework for teaching boys what it means to be a "REAL" man.
The responsibilities of manhood include:
A Christ to Convey -
Knowing, trusting, honoring, loving, obeying and sharing the Lord, His
Church and His Word
A Character to Build
- Teaching issues such as honesty and integrity
A Christian Woman to Love
- Mentoring boys in their relationships to mom and teaching them how to
respect women in preparation for life's mate.
A Career to Conduct
- Developing a work ethic, looking at the issues of providing for a
family, and what God has for your career
A Cause to Champion
- Giving young men a view of possible transcendent causes - a servant's
heart and a giving spirit (overcoming selfishness).
The importance of truth - overcoming passivity and realizing that truth
is a person (Christ).
Accept God's Best
The discipline and maturity of choosing God's best in every situation.
and follow effectively
Learning the principles of influence and servant leadership, as well as,
For more information
on how you can get involved, contact Dean Turner at 817-366-4867.