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The world we live in is increasingly virtual. Your kid’s and student’s friends are with them always through their phones. How can you as a parent or leader guide their online decisions?
Parents are the first influence in the lives of their children. Whether you’re aware or not you are showing them what it looks like to live for Christ. We teach strategies for home discipleship that work in real life.
TEEN CULTURE 101
Our young people aren’t growing up in the same world we did. Things are more intense than ever before. Whether you minister to teens or their parents we can help you by teaching them what it takes to counter the culture.
FAMILY MINISTRY STRATEGY
The families in your church need you to understand how their life works. That’s where our webinars and workshops come in. We teach strategies for making parents and families feel more at home in your church.
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Even my time in the word is very contemplative. I don’t think this is a bad thing but it makes it a bit more complicated to lead my family in the worship, prayer, and scripture reading department. So I have to adjust.
Our plates are perpetually running over with school, shopping, sports, dance, church, date nights, friends, blah, blah, and more blah. We are so busy, in fact, that we never allow ourselves the time to be refilled. Our cup is empty. We need to do a couple things to make this better.
A few of years ago my wife and I decided that our children should stay with us in the “adult” service. Nobody did anything or was rude or hurt anyone, and we aren’t frustrated with “the system.” We just thought it was best for our family. Here are some reasons why:
I have been tired for more than nine years. Haven’t you?
We took our van on a road trip to Dallas this week. Traveling isn’t unusual for us but being in the small confines of a Honda Odyssey proved to be a bit challenging at first. Since we always travel in our home, our RV, we aren’t used to sitting in three rows and having our[…]
Many parents even let their kids have complete access to pornography at any time they want. They just allow it! Ugh…it’s preposterous. How could a parent let that happen? It’s very likely that this parent is you.
We get personal, we lovingly get in each other’s faces, we work stuff out. While this is one of the things that makes our relationship strong, it’s not enough for our growth as believers in Christ. That’s why, every year, I send my wife to a conference.
Something clicks inside me when I am the only one responsible for my children. I have an ability to adapt to any situation. I can calmly settle disputes. I can even prepare multiple meals simultaneously while remembering everyone’s dietary restrictions and meal presentation preferences. I don’t know where[…]