JourneyOn @ Home
Every family. Any time. All together.
Wherever you are as a family is a good place to start.
There are five values our homes must be engaged in that will allow for greater influence and drive toward Christ-likeness. These are the primary values that our homes can rally around and embrace—biblical values that create an undercurrent of movement in one's family that has purpose and intent.
These values aren't one-and-done types of initiatives. Impressing upon our families the biblical principles that have lasting impact is rarely a simple check-off system.
These are pathways that need to become familiar and traveled many times over at various intervals of life. It's intentionally taking life as you go, allowing what you do and say to leave a Christ-like mark on your family that has staying power.
It's getting to a place where everyone senses in heart and mind that we've been here before, discussing these truths. It comes natural. It's anticipated. Yes, there may be rocks, bumps, overhanging branches, and streams to cross along the way, but the important part is making the decision to walk the path.
We've developed three ways to move toward our goal...
Helping us bring these overarching principles into practice.
Actions & Activities
Assisting families in walking down each individual path, equipping and resourcing homes to work through the realities of relationships and day-to-day matters.
THE FIVE PATHS OF INFLUENCE™
The home is a center of influence.
The home is made up of many parts which contribute to making it the center of godly influence. Our goal is to equip you to journey down these paths with your family.
The Paths of Influence ↓
The weight of the house rests on the foundation.
Create conversations that lead family members to a life that rests on the foundation of Christ. more...
The walls provide the framework.
Make memories through shared experiences to build identity and strong relationships. more...
The roof protects from the elements.
Instill the truth of God's Word to reinforce the home and defend against the world's influence. more...
The door allows individual access.
Affirm the value of family members so they can embrace who God made them to be. more...
The window gives a view of the world outside.
Bless and empower family members to give their lives away and make Christ known. more...