What makes Christian parenting Christian? We all want to parent well and long for our children to love God as we do. This workshop discusses the need for the gospel to inform all that we do with our children in both principle and practice.
How would giving your children grace change the way you parent? Do see your own need for grace? Is there room in your parenting paradigm for weakness and failure? This is part 4 of a four-part series based on Elyse and Jessica's book Give them Grace.
Do you believe that your children's salvation is not all up to you? Parents can rest in the fact that God can use their successes, failures and sins to draw their children to himself. This is part 3 of a four-part series based on Elyse and Jessica's book Give them Grace.
What is the purpose of giving children rules? Is it to make them good? Is the goal of Christian parenting to produce obedient children or is there something more? This is part 2 of a four-part series based on Elyse and Jessica's book Give them Grace.
The gospel is good news for us as parents and for our children! How do the truths of the gospel inform your parenting? How often do you remember them and share them with your children? This is part 1 of a four-part series based on Elyse and Jessica's book Give them Grace.
How can parents prevent their kids from getting out of control? What should they do if their children rebel? What about children that are incorrigible? This session unpacks principles from Scripture to answer these questions.
The Bible instructs parents not to provoke their children to anger, but many parents violate this instruction without realizing it. This session explains common ways that parents provoke their children to anger and gives a suggested counseling agenda for these situations.
Have you been blessed with a "different" child? In this session Dr. Laura Hendrickson shares her own experiences as a mother of a "different" child, discusses typical challenges and temptations and reminds us of the sufficient grace God gives in situations of weakness.
Do biblical principles "work" with children on the autism spectrum? This workshop discusses special challenges that children on the autism spectrum face, gives instruction for patiently applying biblical principles and builds hope that God is at work in every circumstance.
Many christian men feel overwhelmed by failure in their role as a father. This session will seek to encourage dads with the grace God has for them and help them get a vision of the amazing opportunity they have to teach their children about His grace.