Parenting Conference

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FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 6:30 - 8:00PM &
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 9AM - NOON

We believe in families and we know every parent could use some help navigating the phases of their kids’ lives.

The Just a Phase conference will provide parents of preschoolers to high schoolers practical skills to survive the phases and guide their kids toward an awesome future.
Everyone will learn from two fun and dynamic speakers and then you will get to attend additional breakout sessions focused on your child's phase.

$20 person [includes childcare]
Onsite childcare space is limited be sure to register early!


 

GUEST SPEAKERS

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Chap Clark, PhD

UNDERSTAND YOUR TEEN IN TODAY’S CHANGING CULTURE

Learn how to develop an authentic & effective strategy for the teen years & beyond. Gain insight into your child’s unique journey throughout this phase.

Chap Clark, president of ParenTeen™, is a speaker, trainer, consultant, as well as the author or co-author of 24 books, including the award-winning Hurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teenagers, Sticky Faith, and Deep Justice in a Broken World. He is currently a professor of Youth, Family, and Culture at Fuller Seminary. Before teaching, Chap was on Young Life staff for 15 years as an area and regional director and training.

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Kirk and Casey Martin

10 WAYS TO STOP DEFIANCE, DISRESPECT & YELLING

This father and son speaking duo will provide parents concrete, practical strategies to: get your kids to listen the first time, stop defiance, meltdowns, tantrums, and arguing, improve focus, attention, executive function, and organization. Get kids off video games/screens without a fight, create stress-free mornings, homework time and bedtime.

The Martins are two of the most in-demand experts on strong willed children. Their sessions are fast-paced, practical and laugh-out-loud funny. They have given over 600,000 parents and teachers in 19 countries very practical strategies.


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The Parent toolbox is a FREE resource to help you maneuver tough conversations with your child. We give you conversation starters for topics like bullying, technology, and crisis. We help you know what to say and what not to say. Convenient one-page guides are designed specifically for your child’s phase in life: preschool, elementary, middle school and high school.

Go to Parent tool Box