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Supporting parents in your church

Raising children can be a physical and emotional rollercoaster! And that’s why mums and dads need all the support they can get – to help them through both the joys and challenges of being a parent.

As Christians we may be particularly concerned about how we can help parents in our churches to raise our children in the faith. Offering a course to your community is a great way you can reach out to people and help them in their everyday lives – and also put them in touch with the church. And the content can also benefit those parents within your congregation.

The Kitchen Table Project

The Kitchen Table Project is a movement of mums, dads and carers learning together and encouraging each other to inspire faith at home.

As churches, you have the opportunity to encourage, equip and inspire parents to live out a real and authentic faith at home. We are here to provide resources, host events and connect you to the conversation, to enable you to support the parents in your church community.

Your Free Church Toolkit

The toolkit has been designed as a pick-and-mix of resources that you can use in a way that suits your individual church.

The aim is to develop a culture among parents and the church as a whole that helps us all be involved in nurturing our children’s faith in a real and natural way. Our vision is that as a result, many more of our young people grow up with a lasting faith in God.

Have a look at the User Guide and then download anything you would like to use. Or, find out more from our church ambassador, Gerrit Bantjes, below.

Who Let The Dads Out? is a movement that inspires and resources churches to support fathers, father-figures and their children. Find out more here.

Playtime provides support and advice for anyone interested in engaging with young families in a toddler group setting. Find out more here.

Use one of these ready-to-run courses in your church or community

Raising Faith Sessions

Raising Faith is a NEW flexible, six-part resource that explores how Christian families can create strong and healthy foundations of faith in their children.

Each session provides the content for a two-hour, stand-alone session and gives parents and carers the opportunity to discuss their own experiences and explore some key parenting principles.

You can purchase a copy here!

Getting Your Kids Through Church DVD

Getting Your Kids Through Church is a flexible, DVD-based course for parents, church leaders, youth and children’s workers – anyone who is passionate about nurturing and encouraging faith in the next generation.

Would you like to download this DVD pack for FREE? Click here for more details.

Parentalk - The Primary Years

In six sessions, Parentalk – The Primary Years looks at the topics that affect just about every family, including the busyness of family life, understanding children’s ‘Love Languages’, speaking and listening, how best to set boundaries, preparing children for the outside world, and the importance of family time.

Would you like to download this DVD pack for FREE? Click here for more details.

Parentalk - The Teenage Years

In six sessions, Parentalk – The Teenage Years explores the following topics: Understanding your teenager, staying connected, identity, communication and conflict, big pressures … good choices and letting go.

Would you like to download this DVD pack for FREE? Click here for more details.

Positive Parenting

Train to run our Time Out for Parents courses

If you have a passion to support families, why not train with us to become a licensed facilitator to deliver our popular range of courses to parents in your church community?

To find out more please visit our training pages.

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Let’s Stick Together

In the excitement and utter exhaustion of becoming new mums and dads, the first thing that a couple can overlook is their own relationship.

Let’s Stick Together is a one hour session that introduces simple, practical skills that help couples relate well to each other.

Lets Stick Together

For more parenting resources, visit the parenting section in our online shop.

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