Plan The Perfect Family Reunion
A Family That Prays Together
Sharing the Family History is the most important activity at Family Reunions.
Many families have found interesting ways to tell the story other than through family trees and charts.
You can collect your family history by talking to your relatives.
Start with your parents if they are living. Older relatives are often
good sources of information. Some relatives may not want to
share their medical histories or they may not know their family
history. However, whatever information you discover will be
helpful. Vacations, holidays and family reunions can be good
times to collect this information. As each generation ages,
important information can be forgotten or lost – so now is the time
to start your project! If you are adopted, you may be able to learn
you or from adoption agency records.