Faith is An Action Word

Faith-based and minority-led organizations often lack adequate resources, yet they are faced with serving vulnerable and at-risk populations in a way that is both effective and efficient for all clients. The challenges faced by those who are vulnerable or at-risk are complex and not easily solved by any one organization or program. It takes a strong partnership and collaboration between multiple sector community efforts committed to supporting people in need as they work to build stable, healthy lives. Given this, I decided to put my faith in action and started Family Academy to better serve marginalized individuals in our community. I look forward to working with you to change lives and strengthen families.

Christopher K. Marshall

Guiding Principles

“It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows.”

Children: We believe children and young people are our most precious resource. We dare to envision a world where our children and young people are loved, valued, nurtured, cared for, heard, protected, educated, housed, employed, and safe. We desire to end violence, sexploitation, trafficking, starvation, mental health crises, poor education, and unjust treatment of all children and young adults.

Individuals: We believe everyone was created with a purpose. We strive to help our clients clarify their purpose, goals, plans, and actions but helping them to master self-awareness and self-discovery.

Couples: We believe that couples who are intimate, emotionally supportive, trusting, and caring have healthier relationships and better life experiences.

Finances: We believe money is a necessary tool to accomplish one’s purpose in life. Proper management of financial resources is critical to moving toward your goals. We expose individuals in our community services that are typically reserved for the wealthy to help them become better stewards of their financial.

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