Need ideas? Need answers? We’ve created this page for you! Simply peruse the offerings each month. You’ll find frank discussions of sensitive topics, honest and helpful information, and guidance for raising your students with a solid spiritual foundation in today’s world. We also love to hear from you. Click on the Parent Feedback link to let us know what is important to you and your student or if you have ideas about the Student Ministry.
There are approximately 364 weeks from the time a student enters 6th grade until graduation, and moves on to whatever’s next. But each week in the life of a teenager is unique. They are constantly changing, going from phase to phase, season to season. And yet, we believe there is immeasurable potential tucked away in these early years of a person’s life. Rather than simply enduring these changes, we want to support you, as parents, along this timeline so you can leverage distinctive opportunities to influence your student’s future.
Parent Cue Podcast
Whether you’re dealing with a teething baby or a high schooler who won’t say a single word, you can identify with the challenges of parenthood. As a parent, you have the tremendous task of instilling your kids with a moral compass to guide them through the rest of their lives. With such an important responsibility, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed at times.
Parent Cue is a podcast designed to help parents do family better. By combining influences, parents, and church leaders can understand how to accomplish more for the spiritual well-being of a child than either could individually.
The Parent Cue Podcast is available for download through iTunes and other music services or at PARENT CUE PODCAST.
Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (CPYU)
Articles for Parents
- How to Help Your Kids Get Through Exam Season – READ
- Your One Best Thing – READ
- This is A Weird Parenting Goal, But.. – READ
- TikTok’s Year in Review: How the App Transformed Social Networking in 2019 – READ
- Why Are Young Americans Killing Themselves? – READ
- Teenagers don’t use email- colleges do. That’s a problem during college admissions season. – READ
- 20 Memorable Family Christmas Traditions – READ
- Joy in the Chaos – READ
- The Reality of Christmas – READ
- 4 Ways to be A Good Grandparent Over the Holidays – READ
- 7 Ways to Get to Christmas Without A Total Meltdown – READ
- A Year of New Days – READ
- When Joy Gets Flipped Upside Down – READ
- Something to Remember When You Feel Anxious as a Parent – READ
- Developing Character and Responsibility in Your Teen – READ
- Celebrating Fall – READ
- How to Talk About Bullying with Your Kids – READ
- What to Do When You Find Out Your Child is Being Bullied– READ
- Help! My Child is the Bully! What Should I do? – READ
- Shutting Down Gossip and Building Character – READ
- Helping Kids Learn to Deal with Friends Who Are Mean – READ
- The One Thing Your Kid Needs Before Starting College – READ
- How to Successfully Ease Out of Summer and Back to School – READ
- A Checklist for a Successful School Year – READ
- 4 Tips to Start Off the School Year – READ