For many teenagers, the difference between success and failure is an adult who can see the potential in all of their madness. Here’s a quick video from Josh Shipp about how a kid’s most annoying traits might actually be their greatest strengths. Keep loving those kids of yours ...Keep Reading
We might be a student ministry, but students aren’t our only priority. We strive to help our parents be more intentional at home, and more connected to a community of faith. In short, we want to help you excel at being the parent God has made you to be.
We all need a little guidance and help every once and a while. Parenting is no exception! We want to partner with you, and pair you with the right resources for your family. We are learning alongside you, and we are all stronger together than we are by ourselves.
Here we'll post some books, apps, articles, tips, and more that might just help you be a more intentional and connected parent.
Here are some of the books we've read, along with some (maybe) helpful information about the content. Hopefully, we can help you find a book that's worth taking the time to read all the way through.
In the information age, it's easy for our phones to become distractions that distance us from those around us while luring us into a false sense of relationship. What if we could use that same tool to make us more intentional, more connected parents?
As we find apps that can help shape the way we parent, we'll be sharing them here. We'd also love to hear from you! If you have a tool you love to use, and it's been helpful in your own family, please let us know.
Each month, we send out a parent newsletter. These contain upcoming event reminders, parent tips, questions, information about what we're teaching, and more.
Podcasts are an easy way to learn more in the normal rhythm of your everyday life. Play them on your commute, while you're doing yard work, while you're getting ready for the day, or any other time.
Every month, we release a new video tip, designed just for our parents.
Learn from some those who have been there and are there right now and found somethings that worked. Below are some of our favorite articles to put parenting into focus.
Some of our favorite blogs are: