The month of March can be filled with a little madness. Culturally speaking, this madness usually refers to a certain basketball tournament that captures the attention of college sports fans across the country. But we all know that there is a madness that exists in the world that goes beyond March and applies to far more than a three-week sporting event. We can all get caught up in this madness that revolves around crazy schedules, too much to manage, political turmoil, and so much more. This month, we want to help you take a step back and evaluate how you and your family are navigating this madness that, if we’re not careful, can lead us to a place we don’t want to be. Take advantage of this month’s resources that will give you a few practical tips on how to lead your family in a direction that could result in the real health that you desire for yourself and your family. We also have a different kind of bracket your family can fill out, learn about one another, and make memories using.




This month’s Online Parenting Class video starts with some assumptions about how you think as a parent. We all have things we want for ourselves, our kids, and our families. In order to lead our family to where we want to be, we have to take moments every day to evaluate how we are living in the madness of the world. This madness is impacting us in some way, and we need to pay attention to what it is doing to us and our faith. As our kids move through their elementary school years, it begins to impact them too. We have the opportunity to model to our kids how to live differently in the world and teach them the principles and skills that will help them build a healthy perspective on how to live. Instead of marching through the madness, we can learn to develop a peace that comes from God and will guard our hearts. If we develop this peace, we just might be able to pass it on to our kids.

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