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Connected Families is committed to bringing you content that will challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the thoughtful and confident parent you long to be. Several times a year we take a break from our weekly articles to bring you themed series through podcasts.

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    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9, 118 Ratings

Connected Families is committed to bringing you content that will challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the thoughtful and confident parent you long to be. Several times a year we take a break from our weekly articles to bring you themed series through podcasts.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

Jtptpt ,

Get engaged with Connected Families and STOP the family struggle!

It is so helpful to have continued access to Jim & Lynne Jackson and keep their messages running through my head through this podcast. My husband and I are in their online course and it is truly changing how we parent and connect with our kids now 11 & 13. But you have to do the work through the various offerings hey mention in their podcast! Listening is so helpful in addition to learning and practicing all the grace-filled steps and strategies they are helping us with!

SAHMSM ,

What I have been looking for for years...

I'm a mom of 4 kiddos (Age range 1-10). I have always been fond of gentle parenting but have had a hard time finding gentle parenting resources with a Biblical Base. Connected Families is exactly what I've been looking for. Jim and Lynne have been gifted heavenly wisdom to help parents and kids to have a thriving, life giving, full of Christ's love relationship. My life and my kids life will be forever changed because of their influence and insight. So thankful for their ministry and I hope they continue to produce such wonderful resources.

Colleen Schanz ,

Appreciate the role play

I really appreciate how in the role playing you did on the “what to do when me child tells me “I hate you”, you included Jim continuing to talk or interrupting Lynn when she was talking because that’s a huge struggle with my boys. I’d also love some more insight into that. I’m assuming it’s because they aren’t feeling listened to but even when I stop and listen and acknowledge what they say and then try to move forward they often go back to interrupting, especially when they can’t get what they want.

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