No Apologies is a character-based abstinence curriculum that helps young people make wise choices regarding high-risk behaviour, including sexual involvement before marriage. The curriculum deals with the value of the individual, marriage, the family and the importance of keeping ourselves pure for our future spouse. The objectives of the No Apologies curriculum are to help participants: 1 – Understand the value of character and abstinence leading to healthy behaviour 2 – Identify clearly the consequences associated with premarital sexual activity 3 – Recognise the relationship between love and sex and the benefits of saving sex for marriage 4 – Practice skills necessary to achieve the goal of abstinence from premarital sexual involvement
The Family Project is a 12 session DVD experience for couples or small groups that explores the theological, philosophical, and cultural underpinnings of the traditional family, and combines that information with inspiring stories and practical tools to help 21st-century families thrive. The Family Project also offers a hope-filled, optimistic antidote to the current landscape of familial breakdown, sending a clear message that a return to the time-tested, historical model of the family is where so many of our culture’s wounds begin to heal. It’s designed to develop a new appreciation for why family matters…based on a bigger understanding of who God is in His character and why He created humanity the way He did. Equipped with this information, viewers will also be exposed to a wealth of hands-on tools and resources to help them embrace those values within their own families and pass them along to future generations. START LEADING YOUR SMALL GROUP TODAY WITH OUR FAMILY PROJECT RESOURCES!
The Truth Project-A Christian Worldview is a DVD-based curriculum detailing the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life.
As it has been throughout history, God continues to call ordinary people to make an eternal difference in our world. We invite you to be a part of this cultural change by participating in or leading a small group of your own. Using the DVD-based lessons, you can facilitate or lead a small group with no prior training. Get directly involved as an influencer in our culture and see the dramatic spiritual and intellectual transformation that results from these powerful studies.
• Help reverse the ‘spiritual disengage’
by youth and young adults
• Help transform our culture by getting
hold of this truth
• Interactive, informative and empowering
• Life changing for the confused and misled
Ideal for church home groups, high schools, bible colleges, churches and families
Parenting with ASSURANCE is a Focus on the Family program designed to help parents tackle the very real issue of Substance Abuse (including alcohol) by using 12 “tools of parenting” as a foundation for steering our children away from high risk behaviour.
The course, Parenting with ASSURANCE is written in a simple, easy to read/study format. Our research shows that all dangerous behaviours are addressed in one way or another, by the same basic parenting techniques and the aim of the book/course is to focus the attention of parents towards these Biblically based parenting techniques.
The Heart behind The Great Marriage Experience initiative in Africa is to create a culture where marriage and family is promoted, honoured and cultivated in homes and in the Church. The research we have done, and the many conversations we have had, has revealed a need for resources and equipping in this area.
As the first institutions established in the Word of God, marriage and family provide the foundation for the very fabric of our society. After sharing the Gospel of Christ, there is no greater gift parents can give their children than a Godly marriage. READ MORE
As Barb and Gary Rosberg were teaching the 6 Secrets in events in South Africa a few years ago, they visited an orphan care point where children were receiving food from Focus on the Family. Barb, a grandmother of seven, was moved and had the vision of also helping these children be ‘fed’ in their relationships and that the best way to be taught would be from a mother, a grandmother, or a caregiver.