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
- Fri, 19 Apr 2019 12:43:22 +0000: What Should Kids Know About Good Friday? - Parent Cue
It’s Good Friday–one of the most humbling, powerful and difficult days Christians observe. To think about the trial, torture and execution Jesus endured for humanity’s sake is truly astounding. If you’re like most of us, you might struggle to figure out how to talk to your children about Good Friday. I know when my kids… Read More
- Tue, 16 Apr 2019 12:10:34 +0000: Embracing What’s To Come - Parent Cue
I remember being told from day one of parenting, that the years would go by fast. That I should be “numbering my days.” And like all mothers, I accepted the nostalgic platitude, and then went about worrying how I would make it through the next 24 hours—the immediacy of the uncharted days before me feeling… Read More
- Fri, 12 Apr 2019 11:38:31 +0000: When You Need More Hope - Parent Cue
It’s a learned ability to see a bigger picture. Life experience helps us look back and see it better from where we are standing now. Practice looking for the good that has come from the bad, and find hope for the future. And when your child hits a moment or season of despair, you can help them rehearse the things they’ve faced before. The skinned knee that got better. How they finally mastered reading, even though it was so frustrating for so long. How they made new friends, even after the big move.