What Legacy are you leaving your children and grandchildren?
What is the role of a grandparent? While the world tells you it’s time to retire and relax, you have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of your grandchildren and leave a lasting heritage for you family that will bless generations to come.
GrandCamps is a unique, grand faith adventure for grandparents and their grade-school age grandchildren focused on leaving a faith-legacy for the next generations. Through purposeful activities that grandparents and grandchildren experience together, to discovering from God’s Word what it means to walk in the truth, to building a treasure chest of life-changing memories—all in an environment that invites having a pile of fun—this will be a time for building memories that will last a lifetime! We also offer a single day Grand Day Out event for churches, as well as our Do-It-Yourself Field Guide for grandparents who would like to do their own family GrandCamp.
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God instructs grandparents to teach grandchildren the truths of Scripture. Deuteronomy 4:9 states, “Teach these things to your children and children’s children.” If you have not developed the habit of regularly reading and discussing the Bible with your grandchildren, then this is a high impact priority for you to implement. Consider a few practical thoughts.
“Who am I?” Every grandchild asks themselves this question. It is the challenge of childhood and hunt of humanity to discover ones identity. Society shouts to children, attempting to convince them that they can create their own identity. This document will introduce you to identity in Christ so that we may achieve the goal of helping young people understand and live out a God-defined, Jesus-centered, and gospel-driven identity.
“ He thought to himself, ‘What shall I do?’” Luke 12:17a It's true--choices do have consequences. In Jesus’ parable of the rich fool, the man in this story chose not to involve God in his decisions. Notice how he responds to the wealth he accumulated: “He thought...