Here’s What You’ll Learn We all want our children to THRIVE but challenges get in the way. Disrespect, disobedience, bad attitudes, lying, angry outbursts, fighting, arguing, and …. Well the list goes on and on. In addition, ADHD, ODD, anxiety, and depression are on the rise in children. Parents need tools and insights into solutions that work today.
The problems children face start in the heart. A heart-based approach to parenting gets to the root of problems and brings about lasting change. This seminar looks at the tendencies that a child has and from there develops a strategy for change that is practical, hopeful, and long lasting. Dr Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller take the way God changes his children and applies these same principles to the parenting process.
Parents who attend this seminar are amazed by how it applies to all
ages – from toddlers to teenagers, and beyond. It also applies to children with special needs since all kids have a heart and that’s where real change needs to take place.
Changing behavior is important, but we don’t just want to treat the
symptoms of the problems. We need to go deeper if we want to see children grow into solutions, not just change in order to get a reward or avoid punishment.
Here’s what parents are saying: “I can’t believe how practical this seminar was! I thought I’d leave
here feeling guilty, but really I feel empowered and hopeful!! I can do
this!! Thank you for coming to our church!”
“The morning just flew by. I like the team approach with two
speakers, it kept it interesting. I loved the Scripture too! This all
makes so much sense.
I can’t wait to get home and get started.”
If you’re considering attending this event, decide now to invest these few hours into your family. You’ll be glad you did! This event is for parents, grandparents, teachers, and everyone who spends time with children. Times for Questions and Answers will allow the speakers to apply the teaching to particular needs. So come with your questions!
CEU certificates will be available at the conclusion of the event. There will also be a Resource Table, allowing you choose tools for your Parenting Library.