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Welcome to ParentingthatSticks!
Mom, Dad, grandparents, we want to help you in your calling as a parent in anyway that we can. Here you will find and ever-growing collection resources from our Family Ministries team that will help you grow as a parent and as a follower of Jesus.  Be sure to check out our resources below including content from our ParentingthatSticks breakout weekends, a blog with practical and encouraging notes just for parents, as well as links to resources, books, and our free Family Time devotionals.

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Parenting That Sticks Breakouts

An intentional three-week gathering of parents and future parents, designed to encourage, equip, and empower parents of children and teenagers with the goal of seeing every generation follow Jesus.

Relational Styles in Parenting

“Why you do what you do”  – Connecting to our children as they grow thru their stages of development is challenging.    In this audio cast, Dr. Dan Logan shares that the key to this challenge is understanding how our own relationship styles are formed and how this affects our parenting.

Biblical Approaches to Discipline

“I wish I knew then, what I know now”  – Hindsight is always 20/20.  In this audio cast, a guest panel of parents dialogue on what they have learned over their years of parenting.

Knowing your child

Pastor Matt Willmington shares on how knowing your child and the stages of parenting can mean the difference in discipline that sticks and discipline that doesn’t.  In this audio cast, you will be challenged to keep in mind that discipline requires wisdom and foresight, it’s more than behavior, it’s about a destination.

Living with the Future in View

Dr. Randy Stinson, Author, Provost SBTS, speaks on the relationship between discipline and the shaping of your child’s future.  Dr. Stinson also talks practically on approaches to disciplining young children and gives wisdom on understanding the development of boys.

Parenting in the Digital Age

Never in history have parents needed to more wisdom in helping their children navigate technology and media. In this ParentingthatSticks, we encourage parents to apply the “3 D’s” when it comes to deciding what is healthy for our children.

Dr. Troy Temple and Dr. Walt Mueller discuss wise steps parents should take in filtering Internet and media usage.

Dr. Troy Temple and Dr. Walt Mueller review the importance of filtering our lives through the way in which Christ has modeled for us.

Troy Temple and Dr. Walt Mueller dialogue on parents’ role in helping their children understand sexuality. This video helps to equip parents in having the “tough talk.”

Biblical Worldview of Parenting

Parenting is a most precious gift. In fact, the Bible teaches that being a parent, means that parents have a stewardship opportunity before God. In this ParentingthatSticks, we challenge ourselves to parent intentionally knowing that the goal is seeing our children’s children be followers of Jesus.

Meet the Pillai’s.  Ajay and Heather have five children, who are all ten and under.  In this video, they discuss both the challenges and joys that come with parenting preschool and elementary aged children and offer suggestions on how you can be intentional in influencing your kids’ spiritual development.

Meet the Moore’s.  Brandon and Christina have three teenage children.  In this video, they offer insight on how to coach your students through the unique decisions and issues they face as teenagers and how to maintain influence as your kids grow up and become more independent.

Meet Michael Harsch.  As first generation Christians, Michael’s parents often struggled in their marriage and parenting, but, slowly, the grace of God transformed their lives and they became more intentional in leading their home spiritually.  Be encouraged as he recounts the incredible work of restoration he has witnessed in his parents’ lives.

Meet Laura Buschmann.  Laura is a single mom of a 22 year old daughter.  In this video, she discusses the importance of consistency, communication and transparency in influencing the next generation and challenges single parents to be intentional about leaning on extended family and friends for help, support and encouragement.

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