Wednesday, October 8, 2014 | 6:30 p.m. | Sanctuary
Superhero-themed LIVE event helps parents and boys connect!
Every parent knows their boy dreams of becoming a superhero someday, but they also want to protect him from a scary world of "villains" ready to trip him up. How does a super mom or dad raise a super man? That's where Bravehearted Boys: The Superhero Experience can help. It's an all-new parent-son date night where bravery is rewarded, fun is guaranteed and capes are optional!
Bravehearted Boys: The Superhero Experience national tour will stop here at St. Mark's this coming October. Tickets are $12 in advance and are available now at St. Mark's, online at iTickets.com, or $15 at the door.
Research shows that boys who have positive relationships with parents do better in school, experience fewer behavioral problems and possess stronger mental and emotional wellbeing. However, a boy often starts pushing away from mom and dad as he discovers his own identity, so it can be hard for parents to find the right balance between letting go and wanting to protect their little boy.
That's why this all-new show was strategically developed to help parents (or mentors) and their boys (typically ages 5-12) connect in boy-friendly, dad-endorsed and mom-approved ways. According to one dad, it's "way worth skipping football practice for!"
In between seat-gripping movie clips, superhero training challenges and a whole lot of high-energy hands-on fun, boys barely notice they're learning important lessons about wise choices. They'll even discover mom and dad have some superpowers of their own!
Meanwhile, parents take their own adventure into "boy world"—that strange place where boys laugh one minute and beat the stuffing out of each other the next. They'll gain a better understanding of their son's unique wiring through multiple connecting moments! The Bravehearted Boys Tour was created by Fun and Faith Presents, a ministry organization dedicated to providing resources and fun, high-energy connecting events that are both educational and bible-based. Visit BraveheartedBoys.com to find out more.