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The problem is pronounced in the black community, but a growing problem in all ethnic groups in the U.S.  According to Pew Research Center, “at 23%, the U.S. has the highest percentage of children that live without a father in the world” – 3x the worldwide average.

The problem is pronounced in the black community, but a growing problem in all ethnic groups in the U.S.  According to Pew Research Center, “at 23%, the U.S. has the highest percentage of children that live without a father in the world” – 3x the worldwide average.

We are calling all fathers to examine what it means to be the righteous leader in their homes. In the book, The Man Code by Mark Henry, these attributes are reinforced in detail and make up the foundation for the Fatherhood Impact Award.

We are calling all fathers to examine what it means to be the righteous leader in their homes. In the book, The Man Code by Mark Henry, these attributes are reinforced in detail and make up the foundation for the Fatherhood Impact Award.

"The world is in crisis; we need real men now! The Man Code is the gold standard... Live it! Teach It! Expect it!"

Pastor Tom Hughes
412 Church, San Jacinto, CA

"The world is in crisis; we need real men now! The Man Code is the gold standard... Live it! Teach It! Expect it!"

Pastor Tom Hughes
412 Church, San Jacinto, CA

Principles as represented in the book
The Man Code by Mark Henry:

Depending on the size of the church, we will award up to three winners. The father with the most votes from the church leadership team receives first prize along with second and third place winners.

Winners will be recognized in front of the congregation on Fathers Day with a TakeCharge representative and the Senior Pastor awarding the certificates, prize dollars and copy of the book, The Man Code.

TakeCharge will also honor the winners by taking out a
half page ad in the local newspaper.

Depending on the size of the church, we will award up to three winners. The father with the most votes from the church leadership team receives first prize along with second and third place winners.

Winners will be recognized in front of the congregation on Father’s Day with a TakeCharge representative and the Senior Pastor awarding the certificates, prize dollars and copy of the book, The Man Code.

TakeCharge will also honor the winners by taking out a half page ad in the local newspaper.

Monetary Gift Card
The Man Code Book
Award Certificate
Ad in Local Paper

Monetary Gift Card
The Man Code Book
Award Certificate
Ad in Local Paper

Meet the Qualls Family,

Kendall Qualls has a unique vantage point to convey the TakeCharge message and to plant the seeds of change desperately needed in the Twin Cities and across the country. During his childhood, Mr. Qualls lived with his divorced mother and siblings in public housing projects of Harlem, NY in the late 1960s. Before middle school, Mr. Qualls was separated from the other siblings and moved in with their father in a trailer park in Oklahoma. Neither of his parents finished high school. Despite the challenges and turmoil of his early life, Mr. Qualls worked full-time to pay his way through college, served as an officer in the U.S. Army, earned three graduate degrees. He worked his way up the ranks to become a vice president at several Fortune 100 healthcare companies.

Mr. Qualls champions the principle of meritocracy and supports the notion that free enterprise, and the private sector are the fastest and most equitable way to lift people from poverty to prosperity including black Americans. He also is a champion of religious freedoms, a core tenet of America’s foundation. Mr. Qualls has been married to his wife, Sheila for 35 years and they have five children together. He was a mentor at Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. He serves on the Board for Hope Farm School, a school for at-risk boys from Minneapolis and FreedomWorks, a ministry assisting men transition from prison to a God centered abundant life.

Meet the Qualls Family,

Kendall Qualls has a unique vantage point to convey the TakeCharge message and to plant the seeds of change desperately needed in the Twin Cities and across the country. During his childhood, Mr. Qualls lived with his divorced mother and siblings in public housing projects of Harlem, NY in the late 1960s. Before middle school, Mr. Qualls was separated from the other siblings and moved in with their father in a trailer park in Oklahoma. Neither of his parents finished high school. Despite the challenges and turmoil of his early life, Mr. Qualls worked full-time to pay his way through college, served as an officer in the U.S. Army, earned three graduate degrees. He worked his way up the ranks to become a vice president at several Fortune 100 healthcare companies.

Mr. Qualls champions the principle of meritocracy and supports the notion that free enterprise, and the private sector are the fastest and most equitable way to lift people from poverty to prosperity including black Americans. He also is a champion of religious freedoms, a core tenet of America’s foundation. Mr. Qualls has been married to his wife, Sheila for 35 years and they have five children together. He was a mentor at Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. He serves on the Board for Hope Farm School, a school for at-risk boys from Minneapolis and FreedomWorks, a ministry assisting men transition from prison to a God centered abundant life.

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