Hi! We are the Crafts.
We love each other (even when we get on each other’s nerves). We pray together, play together, and create together.
We aren’t a perfect family and that’s okay. But we know that we are individually being perfected by our God.
We enjoy playing basketball and other sports, playing family board games, making LEGO creations, watching movies, drawing, painting, making music, and writing. And we do all of these things as worship, knowing that it’s only by the grace of Jesus that any of it is possible.
We started this blog to show the world that families can have fun doing creative things together and make a little money while doing it. And you don’t need a sprawling family business in order to do this. This brings us to our blog’s mission.
Our Mission, Our Why
Our family blog’s mission:
We inspire families to grow closer through creative entrepreneurship.
What We Write About
We will cover the topics of Faith, Family, Creativity, Money (Entrepreneurship and Financial Responsibility), Health, and Sports.
Here are some of our favorite blog articles:
Faith – The 7 Steps of True Gratitude
Creativity – How to Start a Podcast 101
Technology – The 15 Best Laptops for Podcasting Success
Entrepreneurship – 24 Things That Successful Entrepreneurs Do Well
Sports – How to Make Sports Fun for Kids
Now, let’s introduce you to our family!
The Craft Family
We are a family of believers, servants, leaders, and dreamers. We’re happy for you to get to know us.
Hey, I’m Chris Craft. I’ll be doing the majority of the writing here at Craft Writes.
I’m a follower of the One True King Jesus Christ, husband of one (Wanda), and the father of three (Naomi, Maria, and Elijah).
I’m from Houston, TX (The Great State, baby), but now I call Sharpsburg, GA my home. I graduated from Morehouse College with a degree in General Science and from Georgia Tech with a degree in Electrical Engineering (one of the hardest things that I accomplished in my life). I’m a basketball junkie and a big Houston Rockets fan.
“But as for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.” – Joshua 24:15