A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. Marcus Garvey
I did not have the opportunity to meet three of my four grandparents. Aunt and Uncles? Well they lived in Canada and New Orleans; I grew up far far away, in St. Louis. While the internet has made the world smaller and quite a bit faster; how are we preserving our family legacy for generations to learn about there family history?
Mike Stith from One Legacy has a passion for collecting inspirational stories. Mike believes that by sharing stories, “we’re adding a special piece of history for future generations.” Mike’s new publication, The Family Historian continues to share special pieces of family history, yet in a more traditional way. The Family Historian is in newspaper format and is available for free! Imagine sitting in a waiting room at the doctor’s office and picking up a copy of The Family Historian and being comforted by stories that are similar to yours?
While the internet has changed the way we communicate, there is something special about holding a publication in your hand while reading compelling stories. The Family Historian is a publication you will want to take home with you!
Everyone has a story, but not everyone gets to tell there story. Listen in and learn how Mike Stith from One Legacy and The Family Historian is creating Healing Ties all around us!
To learn more about One Legacy and The Family Historian click here. Would you like to receive The Family Historian journal free at your business or organization? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618-960-7252 today!