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
- Thu, 05 Dec 2019 10:09:07 +0000: Empathy is Tonic - Parent Cue
Spooked My daughter spends most of her free time at the stables where she rides horses. She will happily muck stalls (aka shovel poop), wash horses, and hand pick fungus off their legs. Now, will she clean her bathroom, hang up a wet towel, or care to not leave trash under bed? Absolutely not. But… Read More
- Sun, 01 Dec 2019 14:00:47 +0000: Joy in the Chaos - Parent Cue
My son is asking for a car this Christmas. He’s four. He started asking for one months ago. And I— foolishly—thought it would be an idea that waned with time. Not so much. He gets fixated on things and doesn’t let go. Which can only mean one thing. Christmas morning is sure to be a… Read More
- Wed, 27 Nov 2019 10:18:00 +0000: Bring the Family: The Value of Serving Together - Parent Cue
Be honest. How do you feel when you hear the word “service”? Does it fire you up? Or does it make you feel a little guilty? Maybe it’s a little of both.
I imagine most of us have a nagging feeling inside that we should be doing more to serve others. Typically, during the holidays, we feel especially motivated to put those good intentions to work. But most of the time, it’s tough to put that motivation into action.
Why is that?