The goal of parent resource nights is to provide you the resources to be the best parent you can be. We will be bringing in experts, learning from parents who have been there and done that, and introducing you to a community that you can lean on. Parent Resource Nights are not just a place to learn new information, but rather a space to develop skills you can use to build influence with your kids.
Upcoming Parent Resource Nights
Why Parent Resource Nights?
Parenting is the toughest job in the world and sometimes you can feel like you are on an island by yourself. The truth is though, you’re not! You have people standing with you, walking beside you, and rooting you on. After all, it really does take a village. Our goal as your Creekwood Church family is to partner with you. We know that the greatest influence in a child’s life is the parent. That means if we are going to be as influential as possible, we need to be on the same team. Parent Resource Nights are designed to be exactly that. A time to gather together, to grow, to lean into community, and to become the parent God has created you to be.
What to Expect
At Parent Resource Nights, we invite you to join us in a community-focused environment that is meant to equip and connect the parents of Creekwood Church. Coffee and snacks are provided.
Parent Resource Nights are designed to build parenting skills around these topics and more:
– Phases all kids go through and what you as the parent need to know during these phases to maximize their potential.
– Hot Topics: (identity, social media, pornography, sex talks)
– Guest interviews
– Breakout session with group discussions
Let’s get better together!
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