In my sermon on July 1, 2018, I talked about a tool called a Genogram. Here’s a definition: A genogram (pronounced: jen-uh-gram) is a graphic representation of a family tree that displays detailed data on relationships among individuals. It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing the user to analyze hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships.
I suggested that you search on “genogram” to learn how to create your own. I want to make sure you know about this source that ensures LGBTQ+ representation and avoids gender binaries found in so many of the tools out there. It also allows for immigration to be noted.