As a parent, you are the most important person in your child’s life. It may not always feel like it, but your voice matters to them more than any other! Our goal is to help you leverage your time so you can influence your child's future. We are here to equip you through every phase of parenting with resources to have a spiritual conversation with your child every single week. We know every phase holds unique opportunities and challenges. But remember: it’s just a phase. Don’t miss it!
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*only parents with kids or youth that have recently checked-in to one of our Sunday services will be added to the Facebook Group.
Helping Children & Teens with Loss
Tuesdays, October 22nd - November 12th, 7:00pm-9:00pm
The vast majority of parents find themselves at a loss when trying to help their children deal with any grieving experience. Working through the book, "When Children Grieve", this 4-week program is designed to teach parents, and others who work with children (teachers, school counselors, and anyone in contact with children), the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
For more information and pre-registration contact Pastor Jen or Gina Thompson.
Sunday, November 3rd, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Raising Passionate Jesus Followers
Guest speakers Phil and Diane Comer will bring hope and practical help to parents whose greatest longing is to shepherd their children into a vibrant faith in God. This evening will be full of practical, biblically based, and time-tested guidelines that parents will be able to turn to again and again through every stage of their children's development. This event is free and coffee will be provided.
Childcare available. RSVP online for childcare in advance.
Resources for Parents
How to Talk with Your Kids About Tragic Events
Kids need someone other than their friends and the media helping them process; they need a caring adult like you. So, how do we talk with kid’s about tragic events?