Category Archives: Faith Development

Should You Make Your Kids Go To Church?

Should you make your kids go to church? This is a question many parents and people who work with youth constantly ask. There are not easy answers and there can be fear with either answer of yes or no. This … Continue reading

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Why We Make Our Kids Do Chores

Here is any article from Parent Cue WHY WE MAKE OUR KIDS DO CHORES Posted by Sarah Anderson | Blog, Imagine The End, Life Skills | 1  | I’ve never been a big fan of January 1st. Too much pressure to set a goal or make a resolution, … Continue reading

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Why We Need To Talk About Race With Our Kids

  YOUR CUE Create a safe space at home to foster conversations about race with your children in a kid-friendly way. Ensure your relationships model an appreciation for diversity. Expose your children to various cultures through diverse toys, books, and … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Believe In Anything Anymore”

Share: “I don’t believe in anything anymore”: How to respond when young people doubt God Brad M. Griffin Photo by Matt Cannon “I don’t believe in anything anymore. Christians are all such fakes.” These were the words her 17-year-old son … Continue reading

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40 Acts of Generosity – Lent Practice as a Family

If you are looking for some something today as a family for Lent, consider these 40 acts of generosity, or let them inspire you to create your own! For a larger and easier to see version, click here You can … Continue reading

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Importance of Intergenerational Relationships

Here is a short video from the Fuller Youth Institute that shares about the power and importance of intergenerational relationships in the church. Not only are they great for the church but they are very formative in the lives of … Continue reading

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Parent Film Series This Sunday!

Join us this Sunday as we kick back off our parent film series! Join us from 6-8 for dinner, a short video and great conversation with other parents. Watch the promo below!  

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Thinking Theologically About Marketing Ads

Research shares that every day we are exposed to thousands of advertisements. Ads often tell us that our life is not fulfilling unless we buy said product or experience. The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding has come up with The Simple … Continue reading

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The Only 6 Words You Need To Say After a Game or Performance

Fuller Youth Institute shares some wisdom about the most helpful words parents can say to their kids post sports game or post performance. The Only Six Words Parents Need to Say to Their Kids About Sports (or Any Performance) Brad … Continue reading

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How To Respond When Your Child Asks Questions You Can’t Answer

Here is a great article from Carey Nieuwhof on how to address faith questions that your child asks you but you don’t know the answer to. HOW TO RESPOND WHEN YOUR CHILD ASKS YOU QUESTIONS YOU CAN’T ANSWER Posted by … Continue reading

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