Description: It takes a real act of bravery to try something new. Not all challenges are the same, but for a young man discovering his way in the world, it can be a real leap of faith to place oneself in unfamiliar territory and trust that he can thrive. For Mark, elite scouting is quite the adventure. Away from his home and the troop he grew up in, he must now see himself as more of an individual, navigating his own journey toward manhood. But before he can claim himself a man grown, he must learn from his leaders and scoutmasters. For a young scout like Mark, scoutmasters are models of masculinity and competence. With their age and experience, they have the tools to help a young man develop and grow. Take Scoutmaster Wolf, for example. He’s a tall, strong, handsome man with a firm grip and a proud smile. A model of what it is to be a man of character. Mark looks up to him and respects him, following his every word and instruction in hopes to be just like him. And while Mark might be nervous about beginning this journey, he trusts that his scoutmaster will watch him and guide him, pushing him when he must, while nurturing his potential. Scoutmaster Wolf has a good feeling about young Mark and is eager to surprise him with what he’s capable of.