Parenting has always been hard and it keeps getting harder. So many parents in your church and community feel inadequate and are overwhelmed with helping their kids and grandkids. They know kids are growing up in a world with easy access to pornography and recreational drugs. They worry as they see kids becoming inseparable from their phones and video games. They aren’t sure what kind of future awaits these kids who are so un-prepared for adulthood.
We not only understand the problems, we know there is hope. We’ve worked with parents and teens for over 31 years and know what works. We know the key areas for parents, grandparents and mentors to focus on to help kids become great adults despite the threats in their life.
We want to get the word out that there are solutions!
As you plan your next event we know you are praying for an event people rally around and makes an impact. The right speaker will be a catalyst for the change rather than fear, action rather than paralysis and an eternal rather than temporary changes.
We have the same goals as you do and look forward to partnering to make the biggest impact we can make in your community.
Chuck Hagele is the primary presenter for Project Patch. He has been publicly speaking for over 20 years and presents in a number of formats including sermons, keynotes, seminars, breakouts and interviews. He has been featured on local and national radio and television shows including an appearance on the Dr. Phil Show.
He regularly writes articles and creates podcasts for Today’s Family Experience as well as contributes to other programs that help teens and families.
He has been married to his wife, Kelly, for 22 years. They have two daughters and a son. Their family has experienced the beauty and challenges of adoption and raising a special needs child. They live near Portland Oregon. Chuck enjoys triathlons, running, reading, fly-fishing and food.
We speak on topics related to family, teens, church youth, church leadership, and technology within the home. We will customize our presentation to meet your group’s needs, and will work closely with you to determine the best way to reach your audience.
Our most requested topics include the following. Keep in mind that we can present in a short, keynote style, or as a seminar or workshop. We will do our best to formulate our presentation to fit whatever time period you have available.
Raising Tech Safe Kids: Focuses on helping your kids in a world with threats like pornography, video games and social media. This seminar focuses on reducing the vulnerability of your kids and increasing behaviors that make them self-disciplined. Key points include understanding, setting goals, communicating about media experiences and building resilience. This seminar will help you and your kids be on the same team. More >>>
Life Ready Kids: this seminar focuses on keys to preparing your child to become a great adult and not move back into your basement. Raising a great adult requires more out of a parent and what is easy to do in the short run may actually hurt them in the future. Key points include transferring responsibility, modeling, threats, values and how to learn adult skills. More >>>
Impacting Teens: Introduces the importance of strategic relationships with teens that will impact the rest of their lives. Instruction on building rapport, communicating with a teen, how to respond when emotions are running high, and danger areas to always keep in mind. More >>>
Upcoming previously scheduled speaking engagements will appear below. For a full list, you can view Project Patch’s events calendar. Please make note of any visible scheduling conflicts prior to requesting a specific date for your event.
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Thank you for your interest in having Project Patch present for your group. The information on this page should be a helpful guide as you determine what exactly you want and need. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-690-8495.