What does it look like to really be engaged as a parent today? It can be as rewarding as it is challenging. The Flatirons Parenting Podcast explores failures and successes in parenting. We discuss balance and discipline, technology and spirituality, helping daughters find their identity, scheduling family time, and lots more. The podcast is designed to help you think through the challenges you face and offer hope through our shared experiences and knowledge.
Care Pastor Lisa Brandenburg talks about how to have discussions about sex offenders and how to keep your children safe. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teens and Faith
Flatirons Student Ministries Director Lindsey Heslop discusses helping kids stay strong in their faith in a culture where they might feel like they are in the minority. Questions? Email email@example.com
Summer Kids Learning
Flatirons Academy Principal Teresa Fraser and Ali Webster discuss how to keep your kids engaged this summer with their learning while still enjoying the time off. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nutrition and Caring for your Body
Dr. RJ Gelinas and Dr. Michelle Mathiesen join us to discuss food and faith in a home with children. How caring for your body well with nutrition is important for families. Questions? Email email@example.com
Family Dynamics: Foster Parents - Part 2
Part 2 of Ron and Rebecca Barnes discussing foster parenting challenges and how they navigate their family dynamics. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Dynamics: Foster Parents - Part 1
Ron and Rebecca Barnes discuss foster parenting challenges and how they navigate their family dynamics. Part 1. Questions? Email email@example.com
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Great Parenting tips on-the-go
As a frequent attendee of FCC for nearly a decade, I was excited to hear that they were going to have a Podcast for Parenting. About a year ago I started to listen to Podcasts more when my commute doubled with a new job. It was around that time that this Podcast came to being, so it is neat to have this available at such a fortuitous time.
Having both an 8-year-old and a newborn baby, this is great to hear stories that other liked-minded parents have approached their parenting tactics. As fellow Christians they have attested that they have not always approached parenting in ideal ways at all times (which is good to know that I am not alone), but it has afforded some good learning tips for where we are now as a family and what to expect when my kids begin to get into their later years.
Glad that this is available for all to listen and to learn.