You are going to leave a spiritual legacy in your child’s life. Every parent does. The question is not whether you will leave a legacy but what kind of legacy it will be. This is true because God has designed you to be the primary spiritual leader in your kids’ lives. Crossing Kids’ Legacy Series is intended to help you understand and equip you for this role God’s given you.
Moms Seminar: Remembering the Big Picture
Wednesday, April 24
For moms of infants through high school students
Led by Bissy Crosby
This seminar will help mothers keep an eye on eternity in the midst of the tyranny of the urgent.
Dads Seminar: Making a Lasting Spiritual Impact
Wednesday, April 24
For dads of infants through high school students
Led by Nathan Tiemeyer
Why are moms more likely to be involved in a church and encourage their kids' faith? Has it always been this way? And what role are dads supposed to play? We'll discuss those issues, as well as hear practical tips from other dads that will help you make a lasting spiritual impact in the lives of your kids.
Your Kids And Their Doubts
Sunday, May 5
For parents of elementary-aged kids
Led by Ryan Wampler
When our kids express their doubts about the Bible, it can often strike fear and a sense of inadequacy in a parent’s heart. What is the right attitude and the right way to respond to the questions our kids express? We'll discuss these and some great resources including The Case For Christ For Kids.
Legacy Lunch: How Good Parents Ruin Their Kids
Sunday, February 10
Research and therapists are noting the recent phenomenon of children with well-intentioned parents ending up unhappy and struggling in the "real world" as young adults. Keith Simon will lead a discussion of a recent article "How to Land Your Kid in Therapy" and look at what the Bible says should be our goal in parenting. We'll also hear perspectives and practical ideas on this topic from a panel of parents who have adult children. If you or a spouse weren't able to make it, you can listen to Keith's talk and the advice from our panel of parents via our Podcast. Here is the link.