Every family needs a place to belong—somewhere your kids love to be and where you have the support and friendships you need. Whether you're at home or at church, we want to connect you to relationships and resources to help you parent with confidence!

Online Resources
Take a look through this list to see what resources you could use in your everyday parenting Journey


Connecting Parents, Teens, & Jesus in a Disconnected World. We build lifelong faith by helping parents and caring adults talk with their kids about what they otherwise wouldn’t, one conversation at a time.

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Parenting For Faith:

Equipping parents to raise God-connected children and teens. Helping kids and teens develop a lasting and vibrant two-way relationship with God

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Rooted Ministries

Bring up your children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.

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Protect Young Eyes

Weekly blogs about the latest online trends/apps and tips for parents

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INFO For Families

Features a smart phone class, for a fee, but they are more centered around sexual tech issues. They do have videos on what to do when you "catch your teen watching porn" or what parameters to put on social media.

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Legacy Coalition

Helping grandparents have a greater spiritual impact on their Families.

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Book Recommendations
These are books, that have made a difference in our own lives.

No matter how good their intentions, all parents at times resort to quick-fix parenting: things we do to stop a kid's negative or annoying behavior.

Intentional Parenting - Doug Fields

Quick-fix parenting may temporarily ease a parent's stress level, but it does little to positively impact a child's future. Quick-fix parenting is a terrible long-term strategy for parenting.

Intentional parenting is the opposite of quick-fix parenting. Intentional parenting is a way to raise children to become healthy, independent young adults. It's based on solid principles which, applied over time, actually result in less-stressed parents and happier, better-adjusted, and more successful kids. Intentional parenting means you've got more than good intentions; you've got a plan. (And it's always better to have a plan for dealing with the stuff that inevitably crops up between parents and their kids than it is to wing it.)

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Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family

In the midst of folding laundry, coordinating carpool schedules, and breaking up fights, many parents get lost. Feeling pressure to do everything "right" and raise up "good" children, it's easy to lose sight of our ultimate purpose as parents in the quest for practical tips and guaranteed formulas.

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Shepherding a Child's Heart

How to speak to the heart of your child. The things your child does and says flow from the heart.

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Habits of the Household: Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythmns

Discover simple habits and easy-to-implement daily rhythms that will help you find meaning beyond the chaos of family life as you create a home where kids and parents alike practice how to love God and each other.

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Growing With

Parenting that changes your kids and changes you.Many parents of a teenager or young adult feel as though they're guessing about what to do next--with mixed results. We want to stay connected with our maturing child, but we're not sure how. And deep down, we fear our child doesn't want or need us. But growing up doesn't have to mean growing apart.

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