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Discussing how families can discover and design the collective vision, values, beliefs, and traditions that shape our family culture.
 

 

 

Dec 18, 2018

“Some people are never free from troubles, mainly because they keep their minds attuned to worry. The mind attracts what it dwells on. “Worry serves no useful purpose and can have a serious adverse effect upon your mental as well as your physical health. Charles Mayo, who with his brother William founded the famous...


Dec 11, 2018

ERIK ORTON is an Emmy Award-winning writer and former Broadway tour manager. He was raised in Germany and the suburbs of Washington, D.C. He has produced various musicals Off-Broadway. His original musical, Berlin, won an Emmy Award as well as a CINE Golden Eagle Award and Bronze Telly Award. In 2018 he climbed...


Dec 4, 2018

I often refer to my situation as being in crisis mode. Being in this attitude of living is not very conducive to an intentional family culture! A crisis can impact your family to come together and bond, but it is NOT ideal. Often, however, it isn't the crisis, situation or struggle that matters as much as what we do...


Nov 27, 2018

In a talk given at a Woman’s Conference in October, Michelle Craig discussed the concept of “divine discontent.” Neal Maxwell often used this term in his speeches to describe times when God unsettles our comfort to inspire us to make a change in our lives. Craig describes divine discontent like this: “Divine...


Nov 20, 2018

If you haven't seen the classic film The Karate Kid then you are seriously missing out, and your childhood was deprived!

One of the things that makes that movie a classic is when Mr. Miyagi is supposed to be teaching Daniel La Russo how to do karate, he makes him do his house chores instead. He has him wax his...