Loving Your Kids For Who They Are–Day 2 (and a giveaway!)

postereveryToday is Day 2 of the No More Perfect Kids Focus on the Family radio broadcast.  You can listen online, download the podcast, or catch the program on your local Christian radio station.  Listening to these broadcasts is a great way for you and your spouse to be on the same page with parenting.  I hope you’ll take some time to listen and then talk about the principles shared!

I also want to let you know that Dr. Kathy Koch and I are presenting a No More Perfect Kids seminar in the Chicago area on September 27.  This is a great opportunity for a 2014posterncweekend getaway to invest in yourselves as parents.  Mark and I found that conferences like these helped us blend our two very different upbringings into a parenting strategy we could agree upon.

We’re also both speaking at the November 7-8, North Central Hearts at Home Conference in Rochester, MN. We’d love for you to join us at one or both of those events!

Want to bring a No More Perfect Kids event to your area?  Or bring the No More Perfect message to your church’s next women’s event or retreat?  Just submit a speaking inquiry to get the ball rolling!

Did you listen to the program yesterday or today? I’d love to hear one thing that stuck with you from what we talked about in the broadcast!  Anyone who shares one takeaway from the broadcasts as a comment on today’s post will be entered to win a No More Perfect Moms book and DVD giveaway! Share your comment by midnight CST, Wednesday, Aug 20, to be entered into the book and DVD drawing!

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4 Responses to Loving Your Kids For Who They Are–Day 2 (and a giveaway!)

  1. Lisa M says:

    Enjoyed listening to Day 1. Really like the message to observe who your kids are. And, if they are not interested in the things you wish they were, grieve first, but then embrace them for what their interests are. That is a powerful message. Thanks!

  2. Carol H. says:

    I really appreciated the story of how your son really enjoy running, but not competing in cross country. Great reminder on how important it is to really listen to our children to be able to understand their perspective. Thank you!

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