Fall Live Parenting Event
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The response to the upcoming online parenting event has been overwhelming but we want to reach everyone, giving them the opportunity to sign up. Would you consider sharing this event with friends? It’s easy just use the links below.
Our FALL LIVE PARENTING EVENT is online! This is a great opportunity to energize your parenting and get specific ideas for dealing with common problems. This event is completely FREE!
We’d love to have you join with us and pass the word on to others you know.
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Much is changing but the National Center for Biblical Parenting is still here to meet the needs of parents, grandparents, church leaders, and ultimatley children in these trying times. For so many families finances are tighter than ever, typical fall routines are being replaced by so many new challenges and uncertainties, some families are grieving significant loses, some children are missing important growth opportunities found in sports, clubs, and church activities, nearly all are missing friends and important family gatherings… Life is just very different and many kids are responding with anger, anxiety, disrespect, and confusion.
That’s why Dr. Scott Turansky is teaching a
LIVE Online Parenting Seminar this Fall.
This event if free for parents and church leaders. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE OR TO SIGN UP
Please consider registering yourself, and telling others about this new format for our live seminars. This event is geared toward parents and church leaders. You can see specifics below.
We’re grateful to have you on our team, understanding and growing in what a heart-based approach to parenting is all about.
Dr Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN
National Center for Biblical Parenting
TOPICS AND DATES for the Online Event:
Getting it All Done
Monday, September 28, 8:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm CT, 6:00 pm MT, 5:00 pm PT
Most of what we do in family life falls into the Getting Things Done Department. Getting up, getting ready for the day, dealing with meals, laundry, and chores, completing schoolwork and homework, and getting along with others are just a few of the items in this category. In these areas children learn responsibility, cooperation, and how to see what needs to be done and do it without being told. They learn character such as diligence, obligation, perseverance, thoroughness, responsiveness to authority, and the ability to give up their agenda even if they don’t feel like it. The way parents guide their children in this area either escalates conflict or reduces tension. Learn to get it all done and do it with life-skills in mind in this first session.
Monday, October 12, 8:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm CT, 6:00 pm MT, 5:00 pm PT
Every child and young person must learn to manage the three categories of emotions: Anger, Sadness, and Anxiety. Unfortunately, some children use those emotions to control situations they don’t like. Parents can use several heart-based tools to help children manage these emotions with an eye on skill-development that will help these children both now and in the future. Emotions can create quite a stir in one’s heart and wreak havoc in a family. Learn practical ways to help children deal with their emotions in this powerful session.
Monday, October 26, 8:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm CT, 6:00 pm MT, 5:00 pm PT
How much is too much screen time? How can you tell when your child is crossing the line toward addiction? How can you as a parent manage the electronics AND the demandingness or anger a child exhibits when you try? Of course, not all children are the same, further complicating the application of the truths. These and many other questions about electronics will be addressed in this very important session.