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The problem of father absence in our society affects each of us and our communities. It’s a cycle that left unchecked will only continue to grow, locally, nationally, and indeed worldwide. This crisis obviously cannot be resolved overnight. But, we believe that by impacting these children, one life at a time, we can achieve exponential results. Each life impacted, whether youth, mom, mentor, or volunteer, will affect those in their sphere of influence in a positive way. It will create changed lives changing lives!

Majesty Outdoors is a faith based non-profit committed to raising awareness and through mentorship in the outdoors, offering a solution to the fatherless epidemic. Our program, TideChangers partners with passionate and committed individuals and organizations in local communities to educate, equip, empower, and encourage them in forming TideChanger Mentor Chapters. We walk alongside our community partners to identify, train, and raise up leaders, mentors, and volunteers. We then provide a step by step process to equip these TideChangers in building loving, trusting relationships with the youth and parents in their community.


Our approach to life-change takes on an holistic approach, realizing that their home environment is a powerful component in this life-change. With that in mind we endeavor to encourage and empower single moms through our Estrellas, life coaching and life skills enrichment program. This model of relational mentoring and coaching with youth, siblings, and moms truly effects the change that will ultimately impact families and generations to come.


Majesty Outdoors provides all the curriculum and evidence based and results driven training needed to facilitate regular gatherings empowering these incredible young people to learn more about the world around them, instilling hope, and encouraging them to grow to become all that God intends for them to be. And we do all of this free of charge! That’s how committed Majesty Outdoors is to “shattering the cycle of fatherlessness in our country.”

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