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By Lisa Hall Wilson

A Christian event especially for young boys gets them active and teaches valuable character qualities while building relationships between parents and their sons.

Fun and Faith is bringing the popular Bravehearted Boys event to Canada for its debut Canadian tour this year. Bravehearted Boys is an interactive action-packed adventure created especially for the five to twelve year old superhero boy in mind. Capes are optional. This event is designed to instill important values such as compassion, honesty, self-control, courage to do what's right and strength to stand up for personal convictions to help boys deal with real-life villains like temptation and peer pressure.

The Canadian cast for the Bravehearted Boys tour are Joe and Daphne BevAcqua from Georgetown, Ontario. With four young boys between the ages of ten and three, they understand how important it is to instill great values in boys and build strong relationships when they are young. BevAcqua have been performing Christian music and worship for over ten years together. They've appeared on 100 Huntley Street and on tour with Amy Grant.

Joe BevAcqua says, "Our biggest prayer and desire for our four boys is that they would have their own personal encounter with Jesus and have a faith of their own."

You can expect an action-packed experience to help parents (or grandparents, cousins, youth leaders, etc.) to build stronger relationships through a variety of high-energy, hands-on and interactive superhero training challenges to learn how to make wise decisions, think of others, and discover the source of true bravery and courage. Boys will be reminded that mom and dad have superpowers of their own - and hey, every superhero is made stronger by a good sidekick.

"I liked how the points of the show were backed up by biblical principles. The scriptures used weren't covered up by a lot of stuff. It was straightforward and to the point. I also loved how the games all had a purpose. It was refreshing to see biblical concepts presented in such a way a young boy could understand." Rob (dad)

There's still time to book a Bravehearted Boys experience at your church. Contact Fun and Faith at or email for more information.