Whether you are a parent, married, or both; you know that the road of life is filled with twists and turns. Just like a family road trip is filled with both memorable moments and stressful circumstances, being married and raising kids provides both the joys and struggles that make our lives meaningful.

Join us for this conference where you will be equipped for the journey we’re on together.

  • How do I relate better to my spouse?
  • What do I need to do to help my kids succeed?
  • As my kids grow up, how does my role as their parent change?
  • Why do other families seem to have their act together when we’re a mess?
Agenda

When: Saturday, March 18, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Where: Columbia Station Campus

Cost: $10.00 per person, lunch included

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Workshops – Select three when you register

Developing Your Child’s Faith For The Road Ahead
As parents, we want our kids to grow spiritually. Our family ministry staff will unlock what conversations we can have during every stage to build a spiritual foundation for our kids.

PG—Parental Guidance Suggested
Building a healthy sense of sexuality in our kids starts earlier than we think. Long before boyfriends and girlfriends arrive on the doorstep, parents guide boys and girls toward a strong sense of who they are. We will look at what we can do to care for our preschool and elementary kids as they navigate the world around them.

PG13—Parental Guidance Strongly Suggested
Our junior highers, and high-school/college students are surrounded by a culture that is bombarding them with images and information about their sexuality. Join us as we look at how we can help our kids make sense of it all.

WiFi, Roaming Charges, & Data Limits
Whether you have preschoolers or teens, technology is a part of life. In this workshop we will dive into the digital world around us and consider strategies to keep our families safe in an unlimited culture.

Going Off-road – Overcoming the Potholes and Pitfalls of a Blended Family
Families come in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes there are step-kids, half-brother/sisters, and ex-spouses that change the dynamics. Learn how “mine”, “yours”, and “ours” can really work.

Road Rules—How to Resolve Conflict instead of Keeping Score
This workshop provides practical skills to communicate your differences better with your spouse and how to work together to resolve conflicts that arise.

Our Packing Lists—What’s in Your Baggage?
Being married forces us to understand the emotional makeup of our spouse. If we’re going to have a strong relationship, we need to unpack some of our emotional luggage and help our spouse unpack some of theirs.

Lost in Translation—Speaking Your Loved Ones’ Language
Not every trip takes us to another country, but there can be a love language barrier in our own homes. Learn how to communicate your love for your spouse and kids in ways that they’ll genuinely understand and feel.