St. Paul Lutheran Church & School » Parents

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

Raising Kingdom Kids

Raising Kingdom Kids Parent Study Join us, beginning November 20th in the Church Library at 9:50am for a 5-week study called Raising Kingdom Kids. Most of us believe passionately in contributing to our children’s physical, social, and intellectual development. We make sure they have clothes and shelter. We try to see that they eat right, get […]

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PARENT CUE BLOG

  • Wed, 18 Jan 2017 16:32:01 +0000: How to Help Kids Love to Learn - Parent Cue
    School doodles against little girl pointing at globe in classroomAlbert Einstein once said, “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” It’s well known that Einstein was never one for the classroom. While he excelled in many of his studies, school left him frustrated. He eventually dropped out of school when he was fifteen. His personal value of school aside, Einstein had […]
  • Thu, 12 Jan 2017 10:00:33 +0000: Why Kids (and Parents) Need Routine - Parent Cue
    Japanese mother teaching her son to brush his teeth.“What is going on? Why is he having a meltdown when we tell him it’s bedtime? He’s nine!” My husband and I slumped into seats across from each other at the kitchen table. The sticky, crumb-laden tabletop scattered with homework papers and other backpack entrails didn’t help the situation. Tired of dreading bedtime and sick […]
  • Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:02:00 +0000: Growing Knowledge - Parent Cue
    Curious boy outdoors with jar of waterEvery year, two professors from a small college in Wisconsin publish a “Mindset” list to remind us that every freshman has a completely different knowledge base than previous generations. Maybe you’ve seen the list. For example, this year, the class of 2017 has. . . never had the chicken pox never needed directions, just an […]