You May Prosper LLC
And be in good health. 3 John 1:2
Our Vision and Mission
Every family needs a vision, mission, and plan for achieving their goals. The vision begins with the “what and why” of life. Basically, it is about what we want to do with our lives and why.
First of all we would ask you to thoroughly examine your life to determine if you are meeting the goals you desire to accomplish. When asked, most families admit that they don’t have enough time to spend with their family or enough money to do the things they desire for their family, and others outside their family, because they are slaves to a system that requires them to work full time, away from home and the ones they love, at a job they don’t love, with limited opportunity, if any, for making more money. Even with working full time, the vast majority of Americans live from paycheck to paycheck with nothing left over. The fact is 98% of Americans will either be dead or dead broke by age 65.
Most homeschooling families we know are cramped in their modest homes in neighborhoods they wish they could leave. They wish instead that they lived on farms so they could be self sustaining and so their children had room to play and work. They drive used vehicles that constantly need repairs. They cannot afford the organic foods they wish to feed their families. The rising costs of healthcare frighten them, as they wonder how they will be able to cover the rising costs of coverage for their entire family. Parents rarely purchase clothes for themselves but instead look for deals and hand me downs for their children. Family vacations are rare-every other year at best. The minimal money they are able to save continually gets spent on repairs and other emergencies. An inheritance for their children is out of the question, as they don’t even have enough money saved for retirement. Quite frankly, they realize that they won’t have enough money to ever retire without scrimping in their old age, making launching family businesses and ministries impossible.
Certainly our success in life is not measured by money, as no other success compensates for failure in the home, but it takes money to accomplish the things that God requires of us in providing for our own household and leaving an inheritance for our children’s children. 1 Timothy 5:8 Proverbs 13:22
Zig Ziglar said money isn’t the most important thing in life, but it’s reasonably close to oxygen on the ‘gotta have it’ scale.
He also said if standard of living is your major objective, quality of life almost never improves, but if quality of life is your number one objective, your standard of living almost always improves.
Do you have a poverty mindset, or worse, do you think like a socialist?
Remember, it is the love of money that is the root of all evil not money itself. As children of the King of Kings, we are to be the most productive people on earth. Since God says what we sow we shall reap, we should not feel guilty if we make more money than our neighbor. (See Productive Christians in An Age of Guilt Manipulators)
More importantly, how we view money, making money, and spending money sets a course for future generations.
So what do you want out of life and why?
Again, the majority of our homeschooling families would say that they want more time to spend with their families. They want to stop living from paycheck to paycheck and worrying about the future. They would like a job they love that provides abundantly for their family, substantial savings, and the opportunity to give generously to others in need.
They want to work from home-a larger home on land away from the city. They want to feed their family healthy foods, all the time. They want newer vehicles that require fewer repairs. They want to be able to purchase quality clothes for their family that they can pass on. They want to stop worrying about making the rising payments for their family’s healthcare. They would like to bless their family each year with lovely family vacations. And they want to start multi-generational family businesses and leave a goodly inheritance for their children’s children.
Why? Because this is what God requires of us-to be productive, see to the ways of our household, give to the church and to the poor, stand in the gates and rule, and leave a goodly inheritance to our children. But this all takes money.
Besides all of these reasons, God commands us to diligently disciple our children when we rise up, when we walk by the way, when we sit down, and when we lie down. How do we do that when we labor tirelessly building another man’s dynasty just to make ends meet with little energy left after working all day away from home?
Are you meeting God’s requirements, your goals, and fulfilling your desires?
Does your job provide abundance and generational wealth?
If, not, we would like for you to consider a plan that will not only fulfill your goals, but will exceed them more abundantly than you ever thought possible.
For God promises us plans for our welfare to give us a future and a hope
Jeremiah 29:11 because He came that we may have life and have it abundantly John 10:10, exceedingly above all that we ask or think. Ephesians 3:20