The seminar is practical, giving parents hands on tools to take home and put into practice right away. The seminar ends by talking about God’s desire to touch the hearts of parents, not just their kids. Parents leave the seminar encouraged, armed with lots of practical strategies and a new vision for touching the hearts of their children.
- This seminar is for ALL parents.
This is not just for parents who are struggling or at the end of their rope. All parents benefit from new ideas and they especially blessed when they learn how to parent their child’s heart. Furthermore, the seminar isn’t just for young children or for teenagers. It has practical application for every parent no matter what the age.
- Parents will learn new tools and strategies.
This is a hopeful seminar. Parents won’t go away feeling guilty. They’ll have specific techniques and tools they can put into practice right away.
- The seminar presents a heart-based approach.
Instead of more reward/punishment ideas, parents will learn strategies that will help children make significant changes.
- Dads like the seminar.
The emphasis on strategy and technique is often very attractive to dads in particular.
Available but you must request child care upon registration (for kids ages 0 to 6th grade)
$2 per child or $5 per family (3 or more kids)
Lunch options include: off campus, pack lunch, or on campus option
Seminar Schedule (subject to change):
Feb 3, 2024 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM
8am – Breakfast
9am – Welcome and Into of Speaker
9:05am – Intro
9:25am – Session 1
10:15am – Break
10:30am – Sessions 2 and 3
12:00pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Q and A
1:20pm – Session 4
Session #1 – Teaching Kids to Listen and Follow Instructions
Parents often become frustrated because their kids don’t listen. In this session we take apart the instruction process and point out five steps for children ages 2 to 18. Parents learn how to teach cooperation and responsibility in this practical session.
Session #2 – Correction Ideas that Touch the Heart
The goal of discipline is a changed heart. This session gives parents several hands-on tools to use when children need to be corrected. A change of heart is defined in practical terms and parents go away with a plan to use seven categories of consequences to motivate heart change in their kids. The underlying principle taught is that behavior modification is not enough. Parents must keep an eye on the heart.
Session #3 – Ending Discipline Times with Impact
Parents often don’t know how to end discipline in a constructive way. This session explains a routine for helping children process correction and learn from the experience. Teaching children about repentance and forgiveness are heart gifts discussed here. This tool is especially helpful for children who blame others or have a victim mentality.
Cost is $20 per person and online registration is required.
Open to Parents, Grandparents, other churches