Courageous Grandparenting

unshakable faith in a broken world
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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

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

The Gospel and Geocaching

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using a geocache app on GPS-enabled devices, like a smartphone. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) someone has hidden around that location. Unlike...

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How Anhedonia Affects Us and Our Grandchildren

What in the world is anhedonia? Anhedonia is an inability to experience pleasure, especially through things that once excited us and gave us pleasure. While often related to depression and other mental conditions, some believe it is also a growing reality for our...

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What Does Passion Week Mean to You?

There is no more important holiday celebration for those who are followers of Christ than the day we call Easter. While the origins of this name are not absolutely clear (some say it originated from the pagan goddess of Spring, Eostre; others think it is related to an...

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