Bill and Danielle's StoryBill and Danielle Ford spent many years in the corporate world. Danielle received her BBA in 1986 and practiced accounting as a CPA until she married Bill in 1993. Bill became a Family Business Specialist through the American College and worked with mostly family owned businesses in wealth management for over 15 years. While helping others build their kingdoms, he found himself lost in the trappings of worldly and material success. They both painfully realized the world was having a bigger impact on their family than they were.
In 2009, God impressed upon Bill and Danielle that they needed to become intentional about changing the outcome for their family. They were in a pit of despair from their own life choices, and their children, all five of them, were quickly becoming casualties of their battle. They were not bad parents, but they realized that their lack of intentionality had left too much to chance. Through an intense process, they found freedom for themselves and redemption for their family. After leaving the corporate world, they committed their lives to helping other families live abundantly and supernaturally through applying God’s truth and real practical tools that families need so desperately. Their utmost desire is for every family to become supernatural, better than natural, as God redeems them as well.
As a result of the redemption and supernatural transformation of their family, C2 Family ministry was created to help other families, pastors and kingdom business owners change culture through the family and the marketplace. Bill and Danielle have become advocates for every form of the family to live in God’s intended purpose. They truly believe that God has a vision for every family and that they have the Godly truths, tools, and process to help them not only discover it but to implement it for the benefit of their family.
Bill and Danielle live in Weatherford, Texas as nearly empty nesters. Their five children are well on their way to the destiny God has planned. Two married children have blessed them with five grandchildren and they all believe in the supernatural power of the family.
“My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ. (Colossians 2:2)”