"Home should be an anchor, a port in a storm, a refuge, a happy place in which to dwell, a place where we are loved and where we can love. Home should be where life's greatest lessons are taught an learned"Marvin J. Ashton
Family Council - Book "Family Council -"God's Pattern for Parenting" Available at Amazon. com . A secret for successful families is shared through Family Council – God’s Pattern for Parenting. Using 40+ years of Family Council experience in our home, Gordon Taylor shares how the council helps a family in a practical way reach goals, raise self-reliant children, teach leadership skills, and magnify the efforts of the family through the use of mission statements, rules and consequences, agendas, minutes, responsibilities and accountability. His examples of successes and failures add insight and a personal touch to the book. The book also contains forms that can be used in a Family Council Workbook as well as many researched references of authors who have contributed concepts and practical ideas useful to families some of which are beyond the scope of this publication. We highly recommend the book with its testament, resources and insights to enrich your family councils.
Family Council Workbook A suggested Family Council workbook format is a 8 X 10 inch binder. While we do not provide the binder we do provide the forms for FREE. The workbook can store: agenda forms - blank and previous, journaled minutes, mission statements, goals, rules documents plus other projects and notes. Any Family Council record of importance for future reference - functional or historical.
Enrichment Materials (Coming Soon) Resources include: power point presentation(s) for use in groups. A slide file of powerful quotes on Family Councils that can be used in Family Council presentations, a file of topical council suggestion and examples, and a video index of short family council topics used in the website,for enrichment and insight. Seminars and Workshop are available for groups by contacting the Taylor's at firstname.lastname@example.org