The Intentional Family Difference

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You want a good family life! So you try many things in order to have a good family life. You read the blogs, search Pinterest, and talk to your friends. But at the end of the day, you still feel overwhelmed, confused, and tired. With everything you’ve tried, you are concerned that your family life isn’t quite what you hoped it would be. You feel like there is a gap between the family you want to be and the family you actually are.

We help you close that gap by inviting you to become an Intentional Family. Through the Intentional Family Project, we have interviewed families who do life differently. These Intentional Families are families who live life in pursuit of a purpose. They aren’t swayed by social pressures and chaotic schedules. Intentional Families aren’t perfect, but they do know who they are and where they are going. They aren’t just hoping for a good family life — step-by-step, they are making a good family life.

We have developed the 4-Step Intentional Family Process designed to help you cultivate a one-of-a-kind intentional family life. The Intentional Family Process captures the essence of the steps Intentional Families take in order to live a different — and a good — family life. Through the Intentional Family Process, we invite you to:

  • STEP 1: Recognize your family identity
  • STEP 2: Establish your family plan
  • STEP 3: Activate your family plan
  • STEP 4: Preserve your family identity

The purpose of the Intentional Family Project is to provide you with a step-by-step process to help your family create the life you want to have.

Your family can become an Intentional Family! We are not offering to make your family life perfect. No family is perfect! We are offering to walk alongside you as an online community of support so you have the tools and resources needed to cultivate your family identity and live a good family life.

To get started: The goal of this website is to provide you with an overview of the Intentional Family Process and offer you support as you begin the journey. We recommend that you read through the “Getting Started” pages to understand the general process before you start any of the Intentional Family activities.

Start Cultivating Your Intentional Family Life Today