A psalm of David - The LORD is my shepherd, I do not lack.
- Psalm 23:1
Regular daily/weekly activities such as meals; games; craft projects; classes of interest such as languages, budgeting, cooking, gardening, arts, etc.; exercise groups; area field trips to local sites; and other activities as determined by the community.
A special program of note is the Memory Project. This would entail pre-teen and teenage youth recording stories from the elders about their life experiences and family histories. This information would then be formulated into a printed, and/or audio or video format and shared with the community to these elders. It could also be used to have an historical repository of knowledge for the community along with curriculum for home schoolers.
Regular daily/weekly activities such as the above Memory Project; music, arts; car repair and other trades; group outings such as picnics; life skills instruction; mentoring by other community members; cooking; gardening and other activity determined by the community.
Regular daily/weekly activities such as music; arts and crafts; playground activities; bible teaching; reading and math instruction; and any other activities that parents and the community deem appropriate.
Regular daily/weekly activities such as parenting classes; family budgeting; job skills training; group field trips/family activities; arts and music classes; respite care for family members; family counseling; and any other activities determined to build resiliency in the family based on grounding in biblical principles.