Family Centered

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together” -African Proverb

Mothers and Fathers have a stewardship over the children that come into their home. Children are not birthed to governments. For decades now, the norm has been for parents to turn over the vast majority of their stewardship to governments and experts. However, many families are starting to question the efficacy of this choice.

Reclaiming our stewardship over our children and reestablishing the home and family as the primary seat of education is paramount to the success of the next generation. We need mothers and fathers who understand and cherish their role as the primary mentors, guides, and teachers of their children. That is not to say that parents are on their own in this journey; we need communities where we can help one another to raise our children, but in a way that does not extinguish the autonomy of parents.