What’s most important to you?

It seems like the majority of families that I encounter say that after faith, family is the most important thing in their lives. If that’s the case, then it makes sense that we would want to do everything in our power to intentionally develop our families into being, doing, and having our very best.

Although a lot of us are “doing ok” as a family —some better than others— I think if we’re honest, we all know deep down that we could do better, but it’s hard to know where to focus our attention to start.
Look around the restaurant next time you’re out to eat, and see how many people actually have their smartphones either in their hand or on the table – face up. Or how many teens are at dinner with their family but are nose-down into their social media accounts. It’s kind of depressing.
Or how many teens are at dinner with their family but are nose-down into their social media accounts. It’s kind of depressing.
Is this the way it’s destined to be from now on? It doesn’t have to be.

There is another way of life for us and our families. We must raise the bar to a higher standard, and put our families first. That's why I'm taking the 7 Day Family Challenge to return to the right focus of what family really means.


The 7 Day Challenge includes a daily encouragement from Christian leaders pointing us back to the Word of God, and the true meaning of family.
You'll hear from these encouraging speakers each day for the next 7 days. 
  • Dr. Gary Chapman (relationships)
  • Michael & Gail Hyatt (communication)
  • Dr. Josh Axe (physical health)
  • Tony Dungy (work/life balance)

  • Brian Buffini (community)
  • Dave Ramsey (finances)
  • and Zig Ziglar’s own children – Cindy, Julie, and Tom (spirituality/faith).
I'm excited to share this challenge with you, and I hope you'll join me as we seek to put your family first. Click here to join the challenge 

"God setteth the solitary in families: he bringeth out those which are bound with chains: but the rebellious dwell in a dry land." Psalm 68:6

So let's answer this question. What does family mean to you? 
Leave me a comment if you join the challenge. 

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