Equipping men to father the next generation!

5 minute father

fathering survey

Posted by on Jan 18, 2011

National Landmark Study Men, we need your help! Passage has teamed up with some key leaders and researchers across the country to learn more about the heart connection between a...

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resources

resources

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011

Our store is under construction. We are in the process of adding a number of great resources to help fathers. Please check back in June to see what’s available!

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upcoming events

upcoming events

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011

Join us for one of our exciting father/son or father/daughter adventures or event experience coming to a city near you soon! Check back in July for fall 2011 and spring 2012 dates....

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donate to passage

donate to passage

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011

Passage International is a 501(c)3 non-profit ministry dedicated to “equipping men to father the next generation.” We appreciate your prayerful consideration in...

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Recent Posts

raising hell and boys!

raising hell and boys!

I remember the first day my son James was born.  Holding his little body in my hands, looking in his eyes, listening to the sighs and cooing, and wondering what have I gotten myself into. I didn’t know a thing about being a father. My father left when I was eleven, no help there. Where do I go for help?

“the key”

“the key”

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.” Chinese Proverb

Maybe the best way for me to start this first blog is answer a simple question, “Why am I doing this?”

In the last 30 years, I have served as a pastor in multiple churches and found myself in the lead chair of a movement that put us in front of 5 million men in stadiums and arenas around the country.

the five needs of a son

the five needs of a son

Since we used to be boys, we have a more natural companionship with our sons; we’re more alike, and we enjoy more of the same activities. Oddly enough, even though it’s easier for us to be with our sons, it’s still too often a distant relationship. We need to be intentional about building a close connection with our sons and giving them a healthy model of what it means to be a boy, a man, and a father.