STP Parents is the name of our Sunday morning parent group, which meets in room 114 from 9:50-10:50AM. STP Parents is an opportunity for parents to gather together around God’s Word and be strengthened, encouraged, and empowered to be the primary faith leaders in their own homes. At STP Parents, we cover the same Bible story as our students do in STP Kids, Middle School Youth Group, and High School Youth Group, so that parents are better prepared to talk with their children about what they’re learning about God. Join us each Sunday in room 114 for STP Parents.
ST. PAUL PARENT NEWS
Get an up-close and personal glimpse of the mysterious transition between childhood and high school. Based on the book, Middle School: The Inside Story, from author Cynthia Tobias and middle school teacher Sue Acuña, this six-session study will help you to see early adolescence (ages 10 to 14) with a fresh perspective. You’ll be equipped […]
PARENT CUE BLOG
- Tue, 20 Aug 2019 10:00:18 +0000: Three Ways to Connect with Your Kid at Any Phase - Parent Cue
You show me a parent, and I’ll show you someone who is overwhelmed, stretched, and scrambling to get it all done.
That’s one reason why Parent Cue exists to cue you to do what matters most, when it matters most. Here are three ways we’re partnering with you to ease (at least a little) of the stress and demands you’re juggling every day:
- Tue, 06 Aug 2019 10:09:24 +0000: How to Read Better Bedtime Stories - Parent Cue
When my wife and I told people that we were going to have a baby, they often asked what I was most looking forward to about being a new parent. My answer? The tax exemptions. I’m only kidding; my wife is a CPA, so that was always her answer. No, I most looked forward to… Read More
- Fri, 02 Aug 2019 02:47:41 +0000: The Work Of Teaching Kids to Value Everyone - Parent Cue
“I will never be friends with Will*! He has a funny looking hand, and I will never play with him!” my 4-year-old passionately declared the moment she climbed in the backseat of our car after her first day of pre-k. I froze, eyes wide, mouth open. My eyes flicked to the rear-view mirror where I… Read More