What skills would you like your kids to have when they go out into the world? Should you drop what you’re doing to bring them something they forgot? How can you prepare your kids for conflicts they will certainly encounter in their relationships, family, and work environments later in life? What does it look like to mentor our kids?
Listen in as Jim and Lynne Jackson, co-founders of Connected Families, explore what it means to have a vision for your family and give practical ideas for ways to mentor your kids in skills, wisdom, and faith.
In this podcast you’ll learn:
* parenting skills that build emotional intelligence.* how thoughtful questions and natural impacts can build wisdom.* ideas to model faith and humility so we nurture our kids’ faith in God’s grace and mercy.
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