Rabbi Edythe Mencher shares with us ways to speak with children about the death of loved ones by speaking about how to cherish life and what is sacred in our relationships, now. This way, we honor the impact the loved one who has died has had on life and our living. And yes, we grieve, but we also share what is worth honoring in life together.
Kids for Saving Earth, President Tessa Hill offers ideas for your family to learn to be a citizen of the planet that helps it live, not suffer the effects of pollution and destruction. It sounds simple but plant something and not using pesticides to help it grow, teaches respect for the Earth! Summer's nearly here - how around a neighborhood carnival that celebrates the Earth! Listen now for great ideas, for your compassionate family.
Tessa Hill is the president of Kids for Saving Earthm www.kidsforsavingearth.org, whose efforts are entirely devoted to helping to educate and empower kids to care for this beautiful planet. God's creation needs our help!
Are you hoping that an hour a week at church will turn your kids into good Christians? You are not alone, however, there is a bit more to a loving relationship. Religious educator, Carole Joyce, shares her experience and professional ideas on how to help the children in your family nurture a relationship with the Lord, Almighty God. Listen today and gain some understanding of the beauty of faith in your family.
Educator and woman of faith, Marilyn Sharpe offers keen insights to parents who wonder why we need help parenting - our parents seemed to "just do it", right? In our fast paced world, with access to information like never before perhaps we can learn from one another, form authors, from prayer. Listen as Marilyn welcomes us to a new way of embracing the parenting of our children.
The Reverend Dr. Barbara Anne Keely shares some of her experiences and ideas about how the elders in our families have the gifts to share their faith with the youngest among us; precious ideas for you to hear on our Faith Parenting podcast. Dr. Keely is a professor of Christian Education who is ordained in the Presbyterian tradition of the Christian faith.
Dr. Cindy Beth Johnson teaches at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, in the field of arts and theology. She invites us to help children hear how God is speaking to them by embracing visual arts to tell the stories of scripture. When children create a visual upon hearing the story of Prodigal Son, or Jesus' baptism, what is it they picture? Faith formation and visual arts seem to be a natural fit for young disciples! Listen to Dr. Johnson explain on Common Good Radio's, Faith Parenting.