Category Archives: Family Economics Conference

A Personal Letter of Encouragement from Neil Craig

December, 2013

Dear Christian Heritage Family,

On October 8th at 2:19 in the morning, the Lord blessed Mary and I with our ninth grandchild, Caleb Valor Beroth. I had gone to bed the night before, the phone within arm’s reach, praying and eagerly awaiting the all-important call from Texas. Finally, at 2:34 AM the phone rang and across the airwaves, I heard the most joyous sound a grandfather can ever hope to hear – the soft cry of a brand new baby boy. I’ve been through this process nine times now, but once again, I was spontaneously moved to tears of great joy and amazement at the power and wisdom of God at work in bringing another new life into this world.letter

Eighteen days later, as I held this "little" 10.6 pound baby in my arms for the first time, I couldn’t help but smile at the thought that this is my grandson – my future – my legacy. Since those first moments with Caleb, I’ve taken time to consider afresh my duties and responsibilities to my grandchildren. Even though my own children are grown, I’m realizing how much there is yet to be done with the opportunity God has given me to impact both the lives of my children, and now the lives of their children too. (more…)

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Fond Memories of the Family Economics and Mentorship Conference

Christian Heritage partnered with Generations with Vision to bring the 2013 Family Economics and Mentorship Conference to Washington, and it was a fantastic, unique experience, set apart from any other Christian Heritage event to date by its seaside location, the smaller, more intimate setting, and a focus on all things economic and mentorship related!


Steve Riddell, vice president and COO of, shared "30 Ways to be Excellent in a Mediocre World," and young people were quoting it in the halls afterwards!


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