It’s that time of the year again...

Parent connect

Ok, parenting never ends but the least we could do is get together and support one another...

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parent connect

Ok so what is Parent Connect? Good question. Parent Connect is a ministry of Olivet EFC aimed at connecting parents in all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds, to learn more about how we can better parent our kids in homes centered around Jesus.

We know parenting can feel lonely.

We know parenting is a daunting task. 

We know we’re better together. 

So join us for our next session of Parent Connect. Information is below.

Common questions we get: 

How old do my kids have to be to come to Parent Connect?

A: any age.

What if I’m a grandparent raising my grandkids? 

A: Come on in.

What if my kids are grown and out of the house?

A: Parenting never ends, it just looks different. We’d love to have you. 

What do we talk about?

All sorts of stuff....

Fall 2019- Art of Parenting

In this session, we discussed how to point our kids to the heart of God and how we can be better at this in our own lives as well. These sessions were based on a book by Dennis and Barbara Rainey titled 'The Art of Parenting'

Spring 2020- Practices of Love

In this session, we will discuss how we can better practice our faith in big and small ways. These sessions will be focused around a book by Kyle David Bennett called 'Practices of Love'

Future topics

Artificial Maturity

A look at how we can build maturity into our kids and help them become authentic adults

Visual Theology

How do you explain how God is 3 in 1 to kids? How do you explain it to adults? We've found visual resources to help guide conversations into the most talked about theological basics that our kids (and parents) should know.

Gospel Fluency

What does it mean for the Gospel to be center in our homes? How do be come fluent in the gospel of Jesus? Good question. Check back to see when we are covering this important topics.

“This parenting thing….it’s uh…difficult”

 

Join us for our next session Feb/March 2020

Michael Bailey

Pastor of Family Ministry and Discipleship