We’d love to help you open doors in your neighborhood–and make a difference in families right around you. We help families pursue what matters most and grow more fulfilling connections with God, each other, and their communities.”

You can help create that reality in your own community, acting as a Guide for others.

We’ll equip you to start conversations that bring the people next door toward Jesus, make Him a part of their homes, and empower them to start the cycle all over again.

We’d love to help you open doors in your neighborhood–and make a difference in families right around you. We help families pursue what matters most and grow more fulfilling connections with God, each other, and their communities.

You can help create that reality in your own community, acting as a Guide for others.

 We’ll equip you to start conversations that bring the people next door toward Jesus, make Him a part of their homes, and empower them to start the cycle all over again.

Must Haves for Guides

Mentoring is about asking good questions and helping someone think through the answers. You don’t need to be an expert or have it all together…

Among the hectic schedules and between-home dilemmas, stepfamilies can have fun memory-filled holidays, too…

A selection of free e-books, devotionals, online courses and activities to help you nurture your marriage, family and faith.

The 2021 Summit on Stepfamily Ministry is a 2-day experience to help equip ministry leaders like you to minister to blended families.

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