Grandparents Day of Prayer

Join us September 10 for

A Grandparents Day of Prayer


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Representing Christ to the Next Generation!

What Legacy are you leaving your children and grandchildren?

The Courageous Grandparenting Seminar or Conference is a partnership of local churches and Christian Grandparenting Network (CGN) promoting intentional, godly parenting and grandparenting so that future generations may grow up with a solid, biblical foundation that will enable them to follow Christ wholeheartedly in today’s world.


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.

Recent Blog Posts

A Grandfather’s Heritage – Part 3

You are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased. Luke 3:22 (NIV) The Big Story of reality begins in Genesis, chapter 1. Not only are we told that humans alone, among all of God’s creation in the universe, have been made in His image, but what’s more, we are...

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A Grandfather’s Heritage – Part 2

What if every grandfather who claims to follow Christ understood the critical nature of the legacy, or inheritance, they are building for their grandchildren, and determined to proactively live it out? I believe the impact would be so huge it would rock entire...

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A Grandfather’s Heritage

With Father’s Day only two weeks away, I decided to focus my next few blogs specifically on grandfathering. To all you grandmothers out there, you can either ignore these next few posts, or you could ask your husbands to read them. So, ladies, I thank you for your...

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