It’s not what you think…Most people think the key to raising teens who love Jesus, make good decisions, and are heading in the right direction with their lives is all about protecting them from all the bad stuff in the world…
But the truth is, if your plan is just to shelter your teens until they’re adults you’re simply delaying the inevitable…
It’s like sticking your fingers into the holes of a sinking boat and hoping you can row to the shore before you sink!
What if there was a better way?
What if parents could actually walk shoulder to shoulder with their kids through their teen years and raise them to view the world through an ACTUAL Gospel lens?
What if they were able to critically navigate issues like:
- Hyper-sexualized culture
- Relationships and dating
- Technology distractions & interruptions
- Distance/online education
- Increasing rates of depression & anxiety
- Issues related to current events
… with a biblical worldview that was unshakable?
We believe they can, but it’s going to take parents who are willing to shift from the way things USED to be to the way things NEED to be!
That’s why we’re excited to invite you to join us and the world’s leading voices and experts for the Parenting Pivot Challenge!
Starting October 8th we’re hosting a FREE 14-Day Challenge that is designed to help pivot your parenting so you don’t have to feel like your plugging holes in a leaky boat and hoping for the best.
Instead, we want you to become the confident, faith-filled parent you were called to be.
You shouldn’t have to hope for the best when it comes to raising your kids the right way.
Instead, you should have a clear plan, wisdom for today’s world, and tools you can put into use right away!
You will hear real-world wisdom and advice that is practical for the world your teens are living in each and every day.
AND, you will have access to the leading experts and voices for parenting, child psychology, and teen culture not found anywhere else.
I have participated in one of their free online mini-conferences before, and I was impressed with both the content and format. They have a rather large list of people who will be doing the sessions, and it includes many well-known names, one of them being the president of the ACSI. In fact, ACSI is one of the sponsors for it. I think its information that would be helpful and encouraging to everyone who works with teens, especially in light of recent events in our community. I’ve personally already signed up because as a parent and teen leader, I want to stay well informed and equipped and I need all the help I can get!