When you don't know how to respond to your child's behavior, what guides your path forward? When opportunities for fun, learning, service, and adventure arise, how do you decide what best serves your family? How do you create rules, rhythms, and rituals that cultivate a culture of peace and harmony in your home?
In our Core Family Values workshop, Amanda Erickson will help you understand what core family values are, how they serve as guides for your family, and will equip you to identify your own family values so that you can create and nurture an intentional, life-giving culture in your home.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL COVER:
- What are core family values + why do they matter?
- How family values inform discipline and child rearing
- Creating rhythms and rituals that align with family values
- Instilling family values in our children (and inviting them to identify their own values)
✅ Live online workshop: Thursday, August 18, 2022
✅ 8:00 PM CST
✅ 1 HOUR + 20 MINUTE LIVE Q&A
✅ GUIDEBOOK INCLUDED
✅ RECORDING WILL BE EMAILED WITHIN 24 HOURS
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MEET THE TEACHER
Amanda Erickson is a mom just like you! She got her start in parenting through foster care, diving head-first into parenting tweens and teens from hard places. Now she’s mom to a spirited almost-six-year-old and a creative seven-year-old. Amanda is passionate about helping moms be less stressed and angry so they can flourish in their motherhood. This passion is born out of her own experience with postpartum anxiety, rage, and anger. She delights in linking arms with other mamas so they know that gentle, peaceful, grace-based parenting isn’t only Scripturally sound, it’s actually possible! Amanda and her husband, Dr. David Erickson teach parents all over the world through their ministry, Flourishing Homes & Families. With practical parenting advice and regular theology of parenting discussions, they are working to equip and empower parents to live out in parenting the very real grace they’ve been given by Jesus.