Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions

what does it cost?

The cost is $100 per month to cover training, materials and coaching sessions.  There is an additional cost of $300 for 4 weekend workshops and a special Vital Families travel guide. The total cost is $1500. This investment in your family will be worth every dollar, so start saving now! Partial scholarships are available so please don’t let cost prevent you from contacting us.

HOW DOES VITAL FAMILIES RELATE TO THE LOCAL CHURCH?

We believe the Bible is clear: every Christian needs a local church family. Therefore, Vital Families works arm in arm and across denominational lines with local churches. Our desire is to help every family in our program to find a church home for ongoing discipleship and ministry opportunity.

Additionally, we offer local churches the opportunity to supplement their existing ministry to families with the Vital Families journey adapted for them. Our goal is to help churches be practical and productive as they work to strengthen families, particularly in areas related to the three vital family habits.

Finally, recognizing the exceptional stress placed on the families of church staff, Vital Families is developing a special program just for them, designed to help these key families regain their joy and live their calling. We believe encouraging church staff and their families is one of the best ways to strengthen the body of Christ in a region.

WHO IS THE TARGET AUDIENCE?

If you want to see your family living for a purpose bigger than themselves, reach out to us.  if you feel kind of empty and not sure where all your busyness is taking you, don’t run from it. You are our target audience. The call to a vital lifestyle starts with a restless heart.

We desire to walk alongside a wide range of families who want to build their lives around the three habits: single parent families, blended families, grandparent families, military and police families, church and ministry staff families, Christian school staff families, empty nesters active in the lives of adult children, and even parents anticipating their first child.