Home Point | Parents
Gather your family and turn out the lights—the darker the room the better. Discuss being afraid of the dark. Discuss how fears make us want to run and hide.
Kids love celebrating birthdays! Use this popular idea of celebrating Jesus’ birthday with a symbolic birthday cake.
Family movie night chats are most effective when used as dialogue rather than for teaching. The following discussion guide is an entry point to conversation
During the first week of December, bring the family together and discuss the true meaning of Christmas. How will your family limit the distractions this season to keep your focus on Jesus?
Words are influential. Positive words, encouraging words, and inspiring words imprint the heart of the hearer.
Half fill a glass of water and place it on the table. Give each child an index card with the phrase “The glass is half _______”. Ask them to complete the phrase.
Money is a family topic that requires much discussion, and unfortunately, may result in conflict through differences of opinion.
As teens mature the quantity of family time often diminishes due to increased activities and a desire for growing independence. Parents have to be creative to capture quality family time.
Throughout our lives, we discover new fears that we must face. How can we approach things that frighten us?
Regardless of age, instructions are a constant in life. Children follow instructions for math formulas, book reports, and soccer competition.