Live Seminar Featuring Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller,
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Join hundreds of churches who have hosted
Dr. Turansky and Mrs. Miller in their Parenting is Heart
Work parenting seminar. Turansky and Miller have written
ten books, created three video series, and are on the
cutting edge of parenting today. Their biblical, practical
approach energizes parents with tools they can use when
they walk out the door.
Seminars are excellent for parents of children 2-18 and all seminars offer a complementary children's program so that your church can teach the parents while our presenters teach the adults.
If you are interested in hosting a seminar
featuring Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN,
please call our office at (609) 771-8002.
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Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN teach several seminars. Some can be done on a week night for two and a half hours and others are best handled on a Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon.
Everyday Parents CAN Raise Extraordinary Kids. The biblical understanding of the conscience provides parents with some great strategies to help their children take initiative instead of relying parental prompters to get things done.
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Relationship Tools for Family Success. The biblical concept of honor tranforms families. Kids learn to add energy to family life instead of draining it. The focus on the relational side of family life addresses many common areas and special emphasis is placed on teaching children to accept no as an answer.
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Dealing with Anger and Bad Attitudes in Children. When parents look at the heart of a child then significant change can take place. This seminar trains parents how to use a heart-based approach in two common areas of family life, by examining the emotional component of family interaction. It's practical, biblical, and prepares children for the future.
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Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller also speak at family camps, homeschool groups, and conferences. If you have an idea you might want to check in with us and see how we might accent your ministry to parents.
Using Parenting Classes as
More and more churches are discovering the
benefit of using parenting seminars to
reach out to their community. Parenting is a need people
are willing to admit. Calvary Chapel of Mercer County
hosted a three-week parenting class and advertised it to
the community. The response was 138 families from outside
the church in addition to the 30 Calvary Chapel families.
Over 300 adults and children attended the seminar.
It was an excellent opportunity to introduce families to
the church and its other programs, and
even to the Lord. Cumberland Valley Church in
Dillsburg, PA offered a one evening parenting class every
year for three years. At their most recent event,
they had over 160 adults and children attend, most of whom
were not from their church.
look for ideas that will attract people to the Lord. Many
of those ideas get some results. Parenting classes, though,
create a unique opportunity to touch the lives of people.
Ministering to families through a felt need often opens
the doors for conversations about spirituality and about
the message of salvation. The church develops a reputation
that says, "We care about families," and people
are eager to learn more.
Offer a Children's Program
We provide you with curriculum for
a children's program that uses activities, Bible stories,
and crafts to communicate truths to children that complement
what the adults are learning. The
children's program is a significant demonstration that
you as a church are interested in families.
Furthermore, as volunteers from your church work together,
they experience the blessing of fellowship and
of knowing that they are serving the Lord together.
Whether you have Dr. Scott Turansky
and Joanne Miller live or through video, your church
will benefit from the humor, stories, and practical help.
Parents from single parent families, blended families,
and traditional families all learn valuable tools that
they can apply with their kids.