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#030: How Church Leaders Can Instill Confidence in Parents

How Church Leaders Can Instill Confidence in Parents

Often parents find the idea of being a “spiritual leader” intimidating, leading to a lack of confidence in God’s call as a parent. Because of the tension, insecurity finds its way into the relationship. In today’s episode, learn how church leaders can instill confidence in parents so they can accept the invitation of discipleship. Elisabeth and Jeremy talk candidly about insecurity while offering simple, practical, on-the-go solutions. In the 3rd installment of the How to Help Parents Prepare for Spiritual Leadership series,  you will receive two minor tweaks to make in your ministry that can change how your parents see leadership.

 


 

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#028: How To Prepare Parents For Spiritual Leadership

#029: Why Family Ministry Matters

#31: How to Pray: Give Parents 3 Ways To Talk with God (Dr. Ed Laymance)

#32: How to Grow Spiritually: Discipleship Resources for Parents

#33: How Churches Can Help Parents Find Healthy Mentors

 


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Proverbs: Digital Devotions are a quick and easy way for church leaders to connect with families spiritually. This product gives you over 70 graphics to post, text, or email parents. Every chapter in Proverbs has at least two graphics, and each graphic includes one verse with theologically-sound, practical application. It makes reaching families simple as you give parents on-the-go wisdom for life.

There’s wisdom for all stages of life throughout Proverbs. These daily posts provide insightful and timely applications for moms, dads, and teens alike. This resource will help your families unearth the treasures in God’s Word as they pursue wisdom in their everyday life. ~ Nick, Family Pastor

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