Updated: Jul 1
“You don’t raise heroes, you raise sons. And if you treat them like sons, they’ll turn out to be heroes, even if it’s just in your own eyes.”
Here’s what we know: Nearly 20 million children in America—that’s almost 1 in 4—live without a father in the home. In addition:
71% of all high school dropouts come from homes with absent fathers.
85% of all youth in prison come from fatherless homes.
90% of all homeless and runaway children come from fatherless environments.
70% of teen suicides occur in homes where there isn’t a dad.
Statistics aside, even fathers with the best of intentions struggle to feel like they’re consistently and sufficiently “there” for their children. As a result, this may leave some fathers feeling like they are bad parents.
These and other parental challenges is the message behind JCFilms newest film “Father’s: Raising Superheroes.”
“Let’s face it, dads don’t need to be perfect, in fact, they can’t be perfect. But the more they’re able to be an active in their kids’ lives, the more his kids will be able to understand the heart of God Himself, who promised, “I will never leave you nor forsake you,’” says Jason Campbell President of JCFilms.
“Fathers: Raising Superheroes’ will feature actor Dean Cain and will be the first faith-based film solely produced by JCFilms Studio – Phoenix ‘Production Club. The JCFilms Production Club is a volunteer-based group of likeminded filmmakers that use their unique experiences and skills to change the culture for Christ.
To audition for this film click here.