No matter how good our intentions are as parents, we all occasionally slip into survival mode. How do I make my kid behave right now? How do I diffuse this tantrum, or defiant teenaged argument? How do I launch a successful young adult? How do I make it to bedtime?
Quick-fix parenting may temporarily ease a parent's stress level, but it does very little in the long-play of raising children. It's full of good intentions, but is it actually intentional? Intentional parenting stops us from reacting to our kids, and instead, gives us a strategy to respond to them. Parenting isn’t easy, but it is eternal, and God has equipped you perfectly for the kids He gave you. You just need a plan to replace your good intentions with intentional parenting!
Join us for Intentional Parenting, a four-week course beginning April 11th at 9:30AM in the Multipurpose Room (room 101), as we discuss how to effectively parent our children! To join the course, complete the signup form: