Starting Wednesday, April 15th and Saturday, April 18th!
You have approximately 936 weeks from the time your child is born to the time they move on to what’s next. Counting the weeks is important because when you see how much time you have left, you tend to get serious about the time you have now. Join us next week as we talk about Rediscovering Your Kid Every Year. Because just when you think you’ve figured your kid out, they change, right? We’ll talk about the ways they’re changing and what you can expect in the next phase. We’ll look at the concept of time and how to be more intentional with the time you have. As a parent, we never feel like there’s enough, right?
Register today for this online study and discussion to inspire and encourage you as you meet other parents on the same journey. If you are interested in participating, email or . They will get the materials to you and provide you with the passcode to join the Zoom call.
Parenting Through the Phases – Six-Week Parenting Discussion
If you think you don’t measure up as a parent or if you watch your friends on social media “killing it” in the parenting department and wonder if you’ll ever have that confidence, this study is for you! This online, interactive study designed for parents of every age and phase of childhood, will help you discover what is changing about your child, six things your child needs most, and four conversations to have with your child at each phase of development.
This study is being offered at two convenient times:
Wednesdays & Saturdays – take your pick!
8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Email or to get the meeting password and reserve your spot!
If you can’t make this session, Kathleen and Tim will be following up this study with another study called, Parenting is Heart Work. It’s an 8 week discussion designed to help you connect with your kids in ways that will change their hearts and therefore their behaviors. We’ll unpack strategic routines of family life and you’ll learn how to give day-to-day instructions in a way that builds cooperation and responsibility. Hear practical ideas for connecting with your kids emotionally so that their hearts will be soft and teachable, and put scripture into action in your family!
For questions or additional needs, contact , NL family pastor.