This week Crystal Henderson returns, as we discuss practical ways to prepare our children's (and our own) hearts for Easter. Here are some additional resources:

The Bible app for kids: https://www.bible.com/kids

An Easter reading plan for kids: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/492-childrens-guide-to-easter

An Easter reading plan for adults: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/137-the-story-of-easter/day/5

 

This week the Children's Director of our Snohomish campus, Crystal Henderson, joins the podcast to discuss some helpful things parents can do when their kids don't want to come to church.

This week we flip the script! Alison is the one being interviewed, and she is sharing her thoughts on answering children's questions about God and faith. Don't miss it!

Here are the resources we referenced:

Article for Parents
 
General Christian Parenting 
 
Devotional Recommendations

This week we take a look at ways that parents can prepare teenagers for adulthood.

In this episode our Youth Pastor, Connor O'Brien joins Alison to continue our discussion on social media, and how it effects our students.

Here is the Time article which Connor refrecnes: http://time.com/magazine/us/4547305/november-7th-2016-vol-188-no-19-u-s/

February 13, 2019

Social Media and Teenagers

This week Michelle McCollum shares some of what she's learned from navigating social media with her teenager.

February 6, 2019

Christ centered parenting

Ryan Loffer shares ways he and his wife Adrian introduce Jesus to their kids.

Ryan Loffer discusses the importance of looking at finances with God's perspective, and shares some practical steps all of us can take with our finances.

This week is a continuation of last week's interview with Dyan Hebaus. This week her daughter Rachel shares her perspective of walking through her injury, and how her parents helped her keep the right perspective.

This week Dyan Hebaus shares the personal story of helping her daughter walk through a life changing injury, and the lessons she learned along the way.

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