Inspired by agile software programming, Bruce introduces family practices that encourage flexibility, bottom-up idea flow, constant feedback, and accountability. One surprising feature: Kids pick their own punishments.
At RootsTech 2016, the family history and technology conference and trade show held annually in Salt Lake City, Bruce shares the importance of telling the good and bad family stories. He explains that even the difficult stories can help us feel more connected to our family history.
Join Bruce on an epic journey as he travels with contemporary pilgrims on six historic pilgrimages around the world and explores how these sacred landscapes and revitalized routes are reshaping faith.
Diagnosed with cancer, Bruce worried first about his young family. So — as he shares in this funny and thoughtful talk — he asked his closest friends to become a “council of dads,” bringing their own lifetimes of wisdom to advise his twin daughters as they grow.