As followers of Jesus, we are called to treat others as we would like to be treated, and this principle holds incredible power in our parenting journey. In an excerpt from her book, “Love, Pray, Listen,” Mary DeMuth shares the concept of applying the Golden Rule in our relationships with our adult children. We’ll explore this timeless principle as we reflect on our own experiences, discover valuable insights, and learn how embracing the Golden Rule can transform our interactions with our adult kids.
Do you have grown up or adult children? Have you felt that parenting adult children offers different opportunities and challenges than parenting young children? What about the challenges of parenting wayward adult children or parenting adult children even when they choose a different path than you would have chosen for them? Join us for an insightful conversation about these unique challenges and opportunities with guest Mary DeMuth.
Can the trajectory we want for our children be sabotaged? Could it be that our children, who seemed to have a strong foundation in Christ, decide to find a different path? There is a solution! Read more as Lee Ann Mancini shares what you can do now so that your children can stand strong in faith, hope and love even in the midst of the evils of this world.
I talk with Lee Ann Mancini who has a passion to equip parents with valuable resources so they can raise their children to have a strong foundation in Jesus—the only foundation that will last. This is such an important topic given the world we live in and the influences our children are under. We talk about how to help kids with bullying, why forgiveness is important, why kids are walking away from their faith and more.
We’ve trained them up in the way they should go. But, as parents, we feel it when our children stumble and make a painful decision. What happens when they make choices you might not make or take a path that lacks wisdom? Read more for how to stand on the word, place our children in the Father’s care and trust God with them.