By Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition
“If the church could just recapture that vision and embrace God’s design for family,” says Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family, “we could revolutionize our society.” Daly says that was the thinking behind Irreplaceable, Focus on the Family’s new documentary film (and its companion small-group experience, The Family Project). When his team first started work on these initiatives, they had three concepts at the forefront of their minds: recover, renew, and reclaim.
I recently corresponded with Glenn Stanton, co-author of both Irreplaceable and The Family Project and director of family formation studies at Focus on the Family, about these projects and the current state of the family.
Read The Layman Online’s review of Irreplaceable: “Focus on the Family documentary asks ‘What’s wrong with the family?’”