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Parent Resources


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.

Featured Rescources

Confidence Cards

Students NEED to hear kind, encouraging, and constructive words from their grownups. These downloadable PDFs can be printed on card stock and given to young people. Each card gives caregivers prompts, and they can fill in each of those blanks for their kid to remind them of their value and that they believe in them.

Feelings Wheel

Sometimes it’s hard to identify what you are feeling. Maybe you’re mad, but you’re also afraid. Maybe you’re happy, but feel a little guilty. The Feelings Wheel is a great resource to print out and stick on the fridge, and the next time your teen needs a little help identifying what they feel, use it to help put words to the emotions.

Age Specific Rescources

Middle School Resources

These resources have been selected for parents of and families with Middle schoolers in mind. While each resource might not be useful in your context, we hope you can use these to better invest in your Middle Schooler’s life.

High School Resources

These resources have been selected for parents of and families with High schoolers in mind. While each resource might not be useful in your context, we hope you can use these to better invest in your High Schooler’s life.

Online Resources

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