When you become a LifeCraft member, you join a community committed to filling a cultural void. You join others committed to more fully discovering the end-goal of our lives through time-tested wisdom – in order to live more joyful, human lives. Through LifeCraft membership, you become part of a vibrant movement of professionals, students, parents, grandparents, and many more bringing natural philosophy into today’s experience of household, friendship, work, and stewardship. You gain access to LifeCraft courses and basic content, and can join in online discussion with others taking the courses.
“The new understanding of who I am literally changed my life. It helped me see my dignity in a new way; I count the inspiration I got… as one of the most soul-stirring experiences of my adult life. The new understanding of self that I received continues to help melt fears of the unknown… It's like a ‘tool kit’ I can always pull from and be more fully ‘me’ and have meaning.” ~ Elisa, LifeCraft Member
Basic LifeCraft membership is and will always be free. You can choose to help expand the reach of LifeCraft by becoming a monthly Contributing Member. Your financial support allows me to keep the LifeCraft website and Wednesday reflection running, expand the reach of the Man of the Household and Women of the Household courses, develop new courses for LifeCraft’s library, and much more.
What are the Levels of Membership?
There are Free Members, and three levels of Contributing Members: $5, $25, and $100 per month. If you cannot commit to a monthly contribution but would like to make a one-time donation, you can do so here.
Besides receiving all basic courses and content, Contributing Members unlock exclusive content opportunities.
Changing your level of LifeCraft membership is simple. Watch this video for a how-to.
Thank you for supporting LifeCraft. I am deeply grateful for your willingness to join us in the work of bringing a time-tested wisdom to a broad audience today, through online and hybrid courses, LifeCraft’s blog and newsletter, fellowship opportunities, and more. ~ John Cuddeback