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a family roadmap resource

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As a follow up to yesterday’s post about building a family road map, I want to share with you a great resource that you are probably going to want to get your hands on. Joe and Aime McGinnis, the authors of “The Family Road Map,” have been dear friends for the past 9 years. We’ve seen these guys up close and personal on multiple family vacations, late nights playing cards and Settlers of Catan, serving together for 5 years at a mega-church in the Midwest, and co-teaching parenting courses. I can tell you first hand that they are the real deal. The tools you’ll find in “The Family Road Map” are born out of real life stuff and will help you build a plan to help you get where God wants your children to be.

Many parents want to lead their children on a spiritual journey, but they just don’t know how. “The Family Road Map” answers the question, “But how?” This workbook is designed to be a step-by-step guide for parents in planning the purpose and direction of their family. “The Family Road Map” will guide parents through creating a family purpose statement, establishing family values, identifying key mile-markers for their children, and thoroughly evaluating the yearly personal growth of each of their children. “The Family Road Map” will serve as a guide for parents in raising their children to become all that God wants them to be.

Get a free look inside the Family Road Map

Get your own copy of The Family Road Map


Posted in Family, Leadership, Spiritual Formation

4 Responses to “a family roadmap resource”

  1. Shardae Collins July 1, 2012 at 1:26 pm #

    Hi Paul,
    I have finally made it to the site. You have some amazing resources on here. By the way….Settler’s of Catan is am amazing game love it. Try Ticket to Ride that one is also fun. I am trying to access the “Family Road Map” and its not working. Do you think you could possibly email me more information on it or even a place to buy the book? I would really appriciate it.
    Thanks Paul,
    Shardae Collins and family

  2. Paul Alexander July 1, 2012 at 2:23 pm #

    Shardae, try the link on this more recent post, it’ll get you to the resource you’re looking for! http://www.paulalexanderblog.com/family/1048/#.T_C_VGt5mSM

    • Shardae Collins July 1, 2012 at 3:33 pm #

      Thanks so much Paul.

  3. Paul Alexander July 1, 2012 at 3:58 pm #

    Happy to help Shardae!

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