“Only take care, and keep your soul diligently, lest you forget the things that your eyes have seen, and lest they depart from your heart all the days of your life. Make them known to your children and your children's children—” (Deuteronomy 4:9)
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR
We are incredibly grateful for the grandparents God has placed in our church. Their testimony of God's faithfulness is encouraging not only to their own families, but to this whole church body as well.
Grandparents, may God bless you as you influence your children's children and pass along your legacy in Christ. Whether your grandchildren are near or far may you always have a special place in their lives.
To inspire and equip grandparents to lead their grandchildren to love and follow Jesus.
Every grandparent at Frisco First is empowered to be an intentional spiritual influence in the lives of their grandchildren.
We value living for Jesus in community—with grandchildren, our adult children and other grandparents.
We value being intentional in what we say and do to build faith in others.
We value learning and growing as disciple-makers and evangelists.
We value blessing and serving our families.
We value equipping grandparents through every age and circumstance.
We value being people of prayer, and knowing and living the Bible as our guidebook for life.
COMING UP ...
A point of connection to share your heart.
Coffee & Friends: The Perfect Blend
Gather with other intentional grandparents once a month to pray for our families.
Letters from Granddad (schedule TBA)
Book Study led by Pastor Steve Stege
Learn how to leave treasured words of love and blessing to your children and your children's children.
Book Studies (more coming soon...)
Living the GrandLife Newsletter
See how you can have a one day, one weekend, or week-long camp with your grandkids!
GRANDLIFE I & II
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Find new inspiration, encouragement, and tools to help you influence your family for Christ. GrandLife studies give you a biblical foundation for investing spiritually in your grandkids, and combating the many powerful cultural voices influencing them today.
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