The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things, but rather a legacy of character and faith. Billy Graham
Gray hair is a mark of distinction, the award for a God-loyal life. Proverbs 16:31
What if you had access to a personalized book of wisdom?
What if you could hear from a mentor you respect?
What would it mean to have a trusted guide for your life?
As a younger man I’ve learned countless lessons sitting at the feet of those who have gone before me. In the movie It’s A Wonderful Life, George Bailey’s father tells him, “You were born older, George.”
In a lot of ways I feel like I was born older. I’ve always respected the lessons that older generations can teach me. I’ve listened to their words and been captivated by their stories.
The Wise Men Project was born out of a desire to learn from those who have lived life well.
What if there was a way to capture the wisdom of the older men in a church,
to hear them tell their story in their own words?
What if the lessons of their lives could impact a new generation of men?
What if you could have a written record, the spoken word,
and a video tribute to those elder statesmen of the faith?
What if you could share the lessons of a life well lived
by creating a multigenerational resource for the men of your church?
Here’s how The Wise Men Project works:
- You identify 8 to 10 men within your church who are pillars of faith.
- I come interview them and capture their stories on audio and video.
- I create a custom book of their stories for your church.
- You use the book to impact the next generation of men in your church.
If you’d like to learn more about The Wise Men Project and how we can honor these giants of the faith please send me an email at Jesse@TheFamilyBuilder.org.