Dear Friends,

Family Foundations International is committed to delivering to God His inheritance in the saints. That inheritance is YOU, understanding your identity and living and fulfilling your destiny in Christ!

My own heart was deeply stirred years ago upon reading Gary Smalley and John Trent’s Book, The Blessing. I realized upon reading this book that we in western culture had inadvertently, over time, departed far from many of God’s basic life principles. Many of the biblical foundations of families, including the practice of imparting the blessing from one generation to the next, have been ripped right out from under us in our culture. Consequently, many people are often frustrated in their attempts to deal with the symptoms and consequences of long-term (multi-generational) destructive sowing and reaping patterns in their lives and the lives of their families.

“…and those from among you will rebuild the ancient ruins; You shall raise up the foundations of many generations; and you shall be called the repairer of the breach, the restorer of the paths in which to dwell” (Isaiah 58:12).

The purpose of Family Foundations is to help churches re-establish in families the biblical foundations that cause life to work and people to prosper from one generation to the next. The primary tool which the Lord has given us to initiate this process, is the Family Foundations Ancient Paths Seminar (Formerly, “From Curse To Blessing”). In the Ancient Paths Seminar, we identify and minister to the participants regarding seven critical times in life when we are more vulnerable to receive either “God’s true image”, or “Satan’s false image” of our own identity and destiny.

My book, The Ancient Paths, provides a more complete description of the material covered in the Basic Seminar and the overall ministry of Family Foundations International. If you wish to order this book, or other books and audio teachings from our Bookstore please call, fax or phone us at the ministry address and phone numbers. I look forward to partnering with you in the restoration of biblical family foundations in the lives of God’s people throughout the world.

Yours for the Kingdom,
Craig Hill

About Craig Hill

About Craig Hill

Craig Hill is the founder of Family Foundations International (FFI,) a Christian ministry dedicated to helping individuals, couples, and families become people of influence, and build a godly heritage for multiple generations by restoring biblical foundations of marriage, family, and finance. After years of studying the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, Craig discovered that the primary reason many Jewish families tend to prosper today in family, business, education, science, and media is largely related to their biblical custom of regularly blessing their children. Having become a leading expert on the biblical topics of covenant in marriage, generational blessing, Christian rites of passage, and personal wealth management, Craig has now trained permanent FFI ministry teams in more than fifty nations around the world, conducting over 2500 marriage and family blessing weekend experiences each year.

As an inspiring leader, and in-demand international conference speaker, trainer and coach, Craig has several times been a featured speaker at the annual International Marriage Conference hosted by the National Association of Marriage Enhancement, and has appeared as a featured guest on Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural TV broadcast. He has also hosted his own weekly television broadcast, Ancient Paths with Craig Hill, seen on the Daystar, CTN and Angel cable networks.

Craig has written 15 books, including the best sellers, The Power of a Parent’s Blessing and Five Wealth Secrets 96% of Us Don’t Know. As creator of The Ancient Paths, Blessing Generations, Financial Foundations and six other life-transforming weekend experiences, Craig is the leading expert on the topics of marriage, generational blessing, and biblical financial management.

Craig holds undergraduate degrees from Carleton College in geology and Russian language, and an M.B.A from University of Chicago. Craig and his wife Jan have been married over 38 years and have two married sons and three grandchildren.

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