Seven Keys for Leaders of Legacy

A League of Grand Parents and Grown Parents called to awaken a complacent generation to reach back to a wandering generation so that together we may raise the youngest generation to know, love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ!

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Seven Keys for Leaders of Legacy

FIRST KEY: Be a Person Who Surrenders His Heart to the Lord

In order to pass a legacy of faith you must be a person of faith! People are in one of three categories: those who are enslaved in Egypt, wandering in the Dessert of Life or living in the Promised Land. Discern “The Dirt on YOU!” which category describes you and learn the next step towards a heart surrendered to the Lord.

SECOND KEY: Be a Person Who Rests in God’s Word Daily

“Be a Rudy!” Since we live in a noisy world, we must choose to set aside quiet time. By resting in God’s Word, we feed our spirits. Learn effective ways to delve into the Bible so that you can implement Godly truths into your life and prepare yourself to encourage faith in your loved ones.

THIRD KEY: Be a Person Who Prays Fervently

“Babushka Time”! Be like the Russian grand mothers in World War II who fell to their knees praying diligently for their loved ones. Discover powerful ways to prayerfully protect and guide the children and grand children that the Lord has placed in your life and under your care.

FOURTH KEY: Be a Person Pursuing Healthy Relationships

“ Running for Life!” In a culture crowded with smart phones, computers and heavy schedules; relationships are diminished. The key encourages and equips grand parents and grown parents to run hard after healthy relationships with their children so that they can pass faith in Christ to these next generations.

FIFTH KEY: Be a Person who Restores Broken Relationships

“Is There a Doctor in the House?” We live in a tumultuous world. Many of us have strained, or broken, relationships with our children and grand children. Learn four steps towards resolving issues and mending broken relationships with loved ones.

SIXTH KEY: Be a Person who has a Written Legacy

“Pencils, Notebooks and Computers” With the world becoming heavily infiltrated with technology, the written word is decreasing. Study ways to write letters, journals and blessings to family members such that you can communicate God’s love to your children and grand children.

SEVENTH KEY: Be a Person of Intentionality

“Get a Plan!” In a world where people perform multiple tasks daily, it is critical for grand parents to prioritize. By discovering the top three priorities of life, grand parents will become intentional to pass a legacy of faith in Christ to their loved ones.

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“One generation will commend your works to another; they will tell of your mighty acts. They will speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty and will meditate on your wonderful works.” Psalm 145:4

“Tell it to your children, and let your children tell it to their children, and their children to the next generation.” Joel 1:3


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