Your September Resources Are Here
This month of M2P content is laser-focused on helping parents and ministry leaders better navigate the incredible pressure to perform that permeates our culture. So whether you have a ministry parent trying to lead their kids or teenagers into a healthy mindset or you’re a children’s or youth ministry leader trying to live into the calling you have received, M2P has got you covered. So dive into this month’s content because we have some incredible insight, tips, tools, and encouragement for you and the parents you serve! For more on this topic, don’t forget to check out the blog articles, coaching video, online parenting class video, toolbox item, and the latest episode of the M2P Podcast. Remember that we are here to serve you and to help you serve parents, so let us know if there is ever anything we can do for you or your ministry.
The M2P Team
WHAT IS IT?
This REAL TALK: PARENT GUIDE is designed to help facilitate a family conversation around the pressure that teenagers and kids feel to perform in every area of life. Parents can help their teen or kid identify ways to reduce the pressure and step into a more sustainable pace of life and a healthier view of themselves.
HOW TO USE IT
- Download the REAL TALK: PARENT GUIDE and post it on your website.
- Email parents a copy of the resource or a link to it and encourage them to take time as a family to have the conversation.
- Print copies of the REAL TALK: PARENT GUIDE for parents to grab at church.
This month we encourage you, as a ministry leader, to think about how you navigate the pressure you feel to perform. We all want to be the best ministry leaders we can be, but how clear are we about what success looks like and how much of our identity is wrapped up in what we do, not who God says we are? This month’s coaching video provides you with some practical wisdom and encouragement about setting appropriate boundaries and resting in your identity first and foremost as a child of God.
In this month’s Online Parenting Class video, we encourage parents to pay attention to the immense pressure their teenagers or kids are feeling and how this pressure is impacting them in so many ways. There are some practical things a parent can do to reduce the pressure at home and help their teenager or kid build a healthier outlook on life.
New blog posts coming this month:
- Navigating the Pressure to Perform in Children’s Ministry by Amy Diller
- Living for An Audience of One by Chris Sasser
- Helping Children Navigate the Pressure to Perform by Amy Diller
- Reducing the Pressure by Chris Sasser
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