When it comes to influencing the life of a junior high student there is one thing that we know for sure: the person who has the most influence and impact on your child is you. As you navigate these crazy two years we want you to know these three things:
There is HOPE. We’re here to HELP. We desire HARMONY for your family.
We’re in your corner, and we’re cheering you on.
Parent Cue is not an encyclopedia or exhaustive training course on making your kids “turn out”. Parent Cue is a blog, a prompt. Because really, they know you’re already busy doing all you can to invest in your kids and help them on their way to adulthood. But it’s not always easy to stay focused. Parent Cue’s goal is to make it easy for you to remember what’s important.
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WHAT WE’RE WE TALKING ABOUT IN JUNIOR HIGH
DO SOMETHING // A 4 WEEK SERIES ABOUT INJUSTICE
WEEK 1: Before you do something about injustice, you have
to see it.
WEEK 2: When you experience injustice, you don’t have to
face it alone.
WEEK 3: God is doing something about injustice.
WEEK 4: When it comes to injustice, never stop doing something.
REMEMBER THIS // All of you together are Christ’s body, and each of you is a part of it. 1 Corinthians 12:27
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GEN Z SLANG WORDS
Extra: To be “extra” is to be unnecessarily dramatic and over the top. // She celebrated her birthday for an entire month. She’s so extra.
Fit: Fit is just the shortened version of outfit. // She had on a fire fit at the game
Flex: To “flex” (as a verb) is to knowingly flaunt and show off. As a noun, a “flex” is the thing being shown off itself. // He drove himself to school in a new car the day after he got his license. He’s trying to flex.
Go Off: Go off can be used to encourage a choice, or to support a rant or ridiculous behavior that’s already occurred, usually meant humorously. Often, the phrase “I guess” follows it // You sat there for five minutes trying to tell me how to live my life, meanwhile I have yet to see you get yours together. But go off, I guess
Tea: Tea is gossip, and “spilling the tea” is the act of gossiping. // Spill the tea, what did he say? // The boomer slang equivalent of tea is “the skinny”
Wig: Wig is a phrase used to refer to something that is amazing – so amazing, and incited so much shock in you, that your wig flew off // I got free tickets to Katy Perry’s show! No way omg WIG!
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