The Family Project

Why do families work? Because God Himself designed them! Thriving families will lead to thriving communities, and thriving communities will transform the world. People will find purpose, joy and redemption; and generation after generation will create a positive legacy.

The Family Project is a 12 session DVD experience for couples or small groups that explores the theological, philosophical, and cultural underpinnings of the traditional family, and combines that information with inspiring stories and practical tools to help 21st-century families thrive.

The Family Project also offers a hope-filled, optimistic antidote to the current landscape of familial breakdown, sending a clear message that a return to the time-tested, historical model of the family is where so many of our culture’s wounds begin to heal. It’s designed to develop a new appreciation for why family matters…based on a bigger understanding of who God is in His character and why He created humanity the way He did. Equipped with this information, viewers will also be exposed to a wealth of hands-on tools and resources to help them embrace those values within their own families and pass them along to future generations.

Start leading your small group today with our Family Project Resources!

Curriculum

Participant’s Guide

Devotional

Family Project Book

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Helpful Family Project Articles

A-Letter-from-Dad

A Heartwarming “Letter from Dad”

Our worth does not come from our accomplishments, or even the length or “quality” of our life. Our value in God’s eyes is not dependent on the circumstances of our conception, or whether or not we were “wanted” by our parents.

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Dr. Nancy Pearcey

Is Your Worldview Weakening Your Marriage?

The reason Christians need to be more intentional about developing a theology of the family is that we are all children of our age — which means we are prone to pick up the views of those around us, often without even being aware of it.

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Gauguin's "Three Questions"

Session One: Art History and Background

Image 1-1: Self-Portrait with Halo Details Paul Gauguin, Self-Portrait with Halo (1889) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC About Painted as a decoration for the dining room of an inn where Gauguin once lived with one of his art students, this piece was completed on a simple cupboard door. Art scholars debate whether Gauguin was portraying […]

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