May 5th, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
How do you help kids own their faith?
How do you talk to your teenager?
How do you help your child make wise decisions about technology?
How do you parent well during each phase a child goes through?
We’d like to invite you to Parenting Matters, a seminar filled with short TED-style talks from 8:30 until noon on May 5th, 2018. We’ll be covering topics that matter to parents, grandparents, and caregivers.
In addition to hearing our speakers and asking them questions, you will also get to enjoy some coffee and treats and choose a book to take home. The cost is $10 and childcare is available.
- 8:30am Arrive / Coffee + Donuts
- 8:50am Introduction - Joel Sutton, Jay Pound
- 9:00am Beth Brown - It’s Just a Phase
- 9:25am Shane Stacey - Generation Z
- 9:50am Darcy Wood - Discipling Your Children
- 10:10am Break
- 10:25am Jeromy Darling - Technology in the Home
- 10:50am Ben Nordell - Healthy Sexuality
- 11:20-11:35 Jason Pensa - Making Faith Stick
- 11:40am Q&A Session with Speakers
- Noon Dismiss to Go Home
You'll get to choose one of these books!
- Parenting Beyond Your Capacity by Reggie Joiner and Carey Nieuwhof
- The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family by Dr. Kara E. Powell
- Spiritual Parenting by Michelle Anthony
- 20 Things We’d Tell Our Twenty-Something Selves by Kelli and Peter Worrall
About our Speakers:
Darcy Wood: As the Director of Kids Ministry at Eagle Brook Church, Darcy leads the team that creates, develops and plans ministry for kids at all 7 Eagle Brook campuses. Darcy's passion is reaching kids for Christ and helping them to understand who God is and how much he loves them.
Ben Nordell: Ben has served for about 15 years in the student ministry at First Free and acted as Interim Youth Director for 18 months. He has a passion for working with teenagers because the teenage years are so critical in faith development. He wants teenagers to know the fullness of life they can have in Jesus and carry that into adulthood.
Jeromy Darling: Jeromy Darling is a father of 3, singer/songwriter, actor, speaker, and advocate against sexual exploitation in all its forms. He has spent the last two and a half years speaking to tens of thousands of high school students, young people and parents across the country on the dangers of pornography and the value of taking control of all the technology in your home.
Shane Stacey: Shane is the National Director for EFCA ReachStudents. He has been serving youth and youth workers for more than 20 years and has led dozens of mission experiences both within the United States and abroad.