2024 FamilyLife Calendar
In 2024, join us in cultivating a godly home. Each month includes a corresponding Scripture and short devotion to help you reflect on what godliness looks like in your home. We’ve also offered a suggested resource each month to help you take that extra step toward God and those around you.
We hope this calendar will encourage you to focus on building a godly home and lasting legacy in 2024. With the new year, there will be new opportunities for you and your family.
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Building a godly home can be challenging. That’s why we want you to start 2024 off right with our beautifully designed wall calendar, themed “A Godly Home Is Where….”
A godly home releases control to God, actively participates in the Great Commission, and celebrates the uniqueness of every person they come in contact with. They don’t worry about being perfect (no family is!) but follow God with faith. They love deeply, hope expectantly, and laugh often—even at themselves. And while they will continue to make mistakes and learn from them, they never stop trusting in the power of God to work in and through their home.
So, in 2024, this is our intentional goal and desire: to grow in our pursuit of being a godly home. Each month, we’ll look at one facet of what makes a home centered around Jesus. You’ll find a verse to focus on or memorize, a few practical reminders, and a suggested resource to help you go deeper.
While godly homes start with God, they continue with you and your response to His grace-filled invitation to continually pursue the relationships that matter most.
David and Meg Robbins are passionate about integrating faith and family while equipping people to invest in their communities. David became the President of FamilyLife in 2017. The Robbinses have served in a variety of ministry roles over the years in Western Europe and as a National Director for Cru's Campus Field Ministry.
Before FamilyLife, the Robbinses lived in Manhattan, where they helped launch an initiative with Cru to 20-somethings. Their desire is to leverage FamilyLife's resources to engage new audiences and generations to come.
David and Meg, married in 2001, currently live in Orlando, Florida, with their four children.
At FamilyLife, we understand there is a gap between the intention we have for our families and what we actually experience in life. But this isn’t what we were made for. We believe God made us to live in perfect community with Him and each other. God’s word offers insight for us to bridge the gap — to make our intentions match the reality of our relationships. To that end, we create content and experiences to help families pursue what matters most and grow more fulfilling connections with God, each other, and their communities.
**Aaron and Jaime Ivey were one of many couples who contributed to the new Art of Marriage.
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