A couple of days ago we posted some thoughts on starting a video blog (vlog) that dealt with the topics of family, marriage, raising kids, faith, and how it all comes together. You can read the original post here; Raising Stronger Families Together.
Well, we’re going to give it a shot!
Here’s the concept again.
We want to have a conversation about real life family stuff. Not reality TV. Not watching a family run around their house and go crazy. But an opportunity to talk about real life and real family issues. So here is what doing…
Starting this week, we will begin taking questions and topic ideas that you would like to talk about. The topics would include all things family; marriage, parenting, kids, discipline, tips, husband stuff, wife stuff, relationship stuff: really anything that relates to family. We will compile the questions and topics and order them in a format that makes sense for a program, then share our thoughts on each topic or question. And since we believe that God plays a super significant role in our families, our thought will reflect what we believe the Bible teaches. Then we will post the video to the blog and encourage you to share your thoughts.
So to help us get started, we’re asking for your questions and topic suggestions. As parents, what’s the big issues that you and your family are facing? In your marriage, how can we encourage both the husband and wife so that together you are growing stronger?
You can submit your questions or topic suggestions in one of two ways. You can email us at, firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can jump over to our Facebook page at, www.Facebook.com/TheHighamFamily and post a question or topic to our wall.
We are super excited about this venture and hope that you will join the conversation! Our first episode will come soon! In the meantime, send us your questions!
– the higham family
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