If your child is involved in either our Children's or Youth Ministry, please help us by taking a few moments to complete one or both of these Parent Feedback Surveys. Just click the link and complete the survey!
YOUTH Parent Feedback (6th-12th Grade)
CHILDREN'S Parent Feedback (Birth-5th Grade)
We understand the challenges parents face in trying to raise their children and teenagers to love God in a culture that is so quickly changing. Here is a list of several resources you may find helpful in navigating your kids through life as they know it.
The Center For Parent/Youth Understanding (www.cpyu.org)
Here you'll find help with staying informed about the current trends in youth culture. They provide music, movie, and book reviews as well as insights into current trends & fads. Founder & President, Walt Mueller, has over 30 years experience with teens & parents and has authored many books on the subject. This website is a great resource!
Focus On The Family (www.focusonthefamily.com)
Focus on the Family exists to stand in the gap for families. Through radio broadcasts, Web sites, simulcasts, conferences, interactive forums, magazines, books, counseling and much more, they equip parents to help their kids thrive in an ever-changing, ever-more-complicated world. They believe that at the heart of a thriving family is a healthy marriage.
In response to the overwhelming needs of parents and families, Jim Burns founded HomeWord in 1985. HomeWord is a Christian organization designed to provide assistance to adults worldwide as they help young people make wise decisions and lead positive, vibrant, Christian lifestyles.
Heart Connex e-Devotionals (www.lifeway.com/article/162080)
Each week, parents receive two 20-minute Bible study devotionals via e-mail. These studies, authored by Dr. Richard Ross, contain solid Bible teaching presented in a warm, interactive format. In addition, the devotions are set up so that students and parents alike are involved, with each given specific things to say or do. A meaningful way to pray as a family is also included at the conclusion of each study.