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ReFamily: The Bible’s Blueprint

Link to the Blueprint: Re-Family: The Bible’s Blueprint

Description: Do you really understand your own family philosophy? Have you ever considered if you define family biblically? Whether you truly understand what the Bible means by family? Whether you believe in God’s design for the family? This blueprint exposes the fact that the West has a totally different view of family than Scripture describes. We take readers back in time to understand the way family was understood classically and how the Bible challenges, critiques and ultimate redeems this view of family through the Gospel and the vision of family as a multi-generational team.

Version: BETA – The first full version is NOT completed but feel free to checkout

Estimated time of next version: Version 1.0 should be completed May 2011

FAQ for Blueprints

Why is it on a Google Doc? This is a very early version and I’m still editing this document almost daily.  Someday when it get closer to the way I want it I’d like to make it into a pretty .pdf that can be passed around. But even then I’d like to have the latest version with the most updated resource links to live in the cloud.

How can I share this? Please use the link to this page to share this Blueprint in case I need to switch the Google doc link.  This will also give people access to the .pdf when it’s completed.

How do I send you feedback? I need your help to edit and improve this document! If you would like to help me the easiest way is for you to make a copy of this Google doc into a new Google doc (File -> Make a copy) and make edits either in red or using the comment feature above on various sections (Insert -> Comment) and invite me to that document (you can get my email address for the Google docs invitation by signing up on the homepage).  I read every comment I’m sent and if I make a change to the blueprint either through correcting typos, adjusting points or adding whole sections, I’ll be sure to make note of your contribution at the end of the doc.