We offer regular parents studies designed to help parents learn and collaborate with one another while considering what the Bible teaches about parenting.  Previous topics have included:

*Boundaries with Teens
*Raising Kingdom Kids
*Revolutionary Parenting
*Teaching Your Child About Financial Stewardship
*Parenting Beyond Your Capacity

 


 

ST. PAUL PARENT NEWS

Future Family Bible Study: April 2-May 14

Family. We all have one. While some of us loved our growing up years, others of us couldn’t wait to move out and start fresh. Either way, we want our Future Family to be a step up from our families of origin. Most of us want something better for our children. But what? When it […]

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PARENT CUE BLOG

  • Thu, 25 May 2017 05:00:49 +0000: PCL 33: Parenting Your Emerging Adult - Parent Cue
    Parenting Your Emerging AdultSteve Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary, an applied research strategist with the Fuller Youth Institute, and dad of 3 girls, talks with us about how to parent an emerging adult, those between the ages of 18-30. The age when most young adults are experiencing unprecedented freedom and pressure. He talks through what issues they’re facing and what they need most from their parents.
  • Wed, 24 May 2017 10:00:45 +0000: Switch One Word and Change Your Family Dynamics - Parent Cue
    Growing up, I always knew I wanted a family of my own—the wife, the kids, the whole bit. In college, I remember having “deep” conversations with friends about how I was going to do family right. I remember thinking, I’m going to be a great husband and dad.  Then I became a husband. I instantly found […]
  • Thu, 18 May 2017 10:00:21 +0000: The Importance of Letting Go - Parent Cue
    I’m writing this while sitting on a flight with my thirteen-year-old son on our way home from Uganda. Yep . . . Uganda! It’s actually an interesting story how it all happened. I had an opportunity to join a mission trip to Uganda to pilot if for our ministry. The trip was one designed for fathers […]