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Champion of the FLAME
We have exciting news! Pastor Everage and Vegas Christian Center has been selected as a Champion of the Flame. Focusing the Fatherhood FLAME is an initiative of the Office of Family Assistance, under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families. Our duty in this endeavor is to elevate the role of fathers in the Las Vegas Valley. Please consider joining the group’s Facebook page. Here is the link
It is not easy to watch fathers suffering in silence. I am a father and fatherhood is important for the safety and security of our nation and culture. Mankind is suffering today from misinformation and the dumbing down of the importance of fathers. When the father is out of position, everything under him falls apart. This is not just my opinion but this is back up by facts and statistics. I was fortunate to have been selected to Champion the Flame of Fatherhood. It is my desire to bring relevant information to a world where fatherhood is undervalued and unappreciated. This message is not doom and gloom, it’s just time for men to step up and become all they were intended to be.
What are Focusing the Fatherhood FLAME Community Conversations?
Community Conversations are high-energy, collaborative forums that take place in communities across the country with the goal of engaging and inspiring father-serving providers, advocates, and the broader community. Organizations that apply and are approved to host FLAME Community Conversations are called Champions and will be equipped with the FLAME information.
Focusing the Fatherhood FLAME Community Conversations is an initiative of the Office of Family Assistance (OFA), under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Administration for Children and Families (ACF). It aims to promote and advance father engagement efforts across the nation. FLAME stands for Family, Leadership, Affirming Marriage, and Employment.