Related Links

I am so happy to be able to share links to resources which will encourage equip and enable you to be an intentional Christian grandparent/parent as you focus upon handing down a heritage of faith to the children you love. Be sure to check them out!

Grandmas with Heart

We (Linda Ransom Jacobs, Debbie Guinn, Joani Schultz, Sherry Schumann, Nohemi Murray, Cathy Jacobs, Deb delVillar and Lynda Freeman) are Grandmas with Heart and we invite you to join us as we share about handing down our faith to our grandchildren.
It is our prayer you will find information and resources which equip and empower you to hand down the faith to your grandchildren! While there are many important people and things in my life and yours, if we are grandmas there is nothing more important for us to do than to hand down our faith to our grandchildren. We believe grandmas have much to offer to other grandmas; we know the concerns and joys experienced by grandmas and we understand the desire to hand down our faith. Join us at each day - you will find at least one post (typically two) with solid content to help you as you hand down the faith.

grandma’s cookie jar

Just as grandma's cookie jar should always be full of good things, this blog will be full of good ideas, information, activities and reviews of things to help grandma . . . and grandpa, mom and dad too . . . hand down a heritage of faith to the children in their lives!

Grandparents Day of Prayer

Grandparents Day of Prayer
Christian Grandparenting Network (CGN) is claiming National Grandparents’ Day as a Grandparents’ Day of Prayer. We believe the battle for the hearts and minds of our dear grandchildren and their parents will be won only by praying grandparents who sense the urgency and unite to do battle in prayer.
In the past, united prayer has always bridged the gap between a great need and a great awakening! Our grandchildren and their parents urgently need our unified prayers. Let’s be a community of grandparents uniting in prayer for our families.


gap_logoChristian Grandparenting Network is thrilled to announce the formation of “Grandparents@ Prayer,” (G@P) an intercessory prayer group for grandparents to pray together for each other’s grandchildren and families. As grandparents, we can make a significant difference in the world by praying regularly and deliberately for our grandchildren and their parents. We have an opportunity to powerfully touch the lives of another generation for eternity.

DC4K (DivorceCare for Kids)

Are your children angry, hurt, and confused about your separation or divorce? A DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) group is a safe, fun place where your children will learn skills which will help them heal. DC4K groups blend, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. Groups meet weekly and are designed for children ages 5-12.

Sitting by the Well

This blog, by my dear friend Sherry Schumann, will encourage you as you navigate what it means to be an intentional Chrsitian grandparent. Sherry’s posts are challenging, deep, sound, thought-provoking and most of all, encouraging—you will want to visit her site often!

Pass the Legacy

Pass the Legacy is a consulting ministry supporting people and parishes.
Pass the Legacy is a ministry partnership designed to equip and encourage grandparents and grown-parents in their specific ministry to their grown-children and grandchildren.
Pass the Legacy is a Biblical way of life.

Family Matters 

BlogA non-profit ministry whose goal is to see families transformed by God's grace into instruments of restoration and reformation by equipping families for every age and stage of life. In addition to offering hope, their ministry philosophy embraces a grace-based approach to relationships. It provides a solid grasp of the "big picture" and promotes a character-driven strategy for parenting no matters what your situation. Traditional, blended families, single parents, foster and adoptive parents and even parents of children with special needs are able to leave a legacy which lasts forever. You will find their blog at this link.

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