The Family Project
Why do families work? Because God 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.
“Family Project” Small Groups begin the week January 17, 2016. We encourage folks to join a group even after the program has begun. It is easy to “catch up.”
To register: Click the link to access The Family Project survey page and enter your data. You will be contacted by an Adult Christian Education representative with information about your options for joining a Small Group.
The Family Project Small Group Schedule:
|Group One:||Sundays . 9am
Facilitator . Jon Mosier
|Group Two:||Sundays . 10:30am
Facilitators . Kaye Schneider and Sandra Serfass
|Location:||Logos College, 970 C Avenue, Coronado.|
|Invitation:||Open to men, women, husbands, wives, college students and high school students.|
|Sign Up:||To sign up simply complete this survey.|
|Purpose:||Discussion-based, in-depth Bible study designed to explore the significance of family and the impact of family on a person.
|Contact:||Email Jon Mosier» . 619.435.6860|