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Emotionally Healthy Parenting: A Radical Approach to a Difficult Task, Pt. 2
Posted on: Tuesday June 11, 2024
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It's time we dispel a myth...there are NO perfect parents.

Geri and I have been parenting for 39 years, and we are still learning as we go. Every age and stage of life presents opportunities and challenges. The key is to continue in the direction of good parenting, even if you make mistakes along the way.

Today, Geri joins me for part two of a podcast where we explore one of the most challenging leadership tasks on earth – emotionally healthy parenting.

Together, we cover 4 critical parenting issues:

  • Why YOU are your child's biggest problem (and what to do about that)
  • How to create a SAFE environment in your home
  • Why CONNECTION is more important than rules
  • The importance of knowing your POWER with your children
Archives:
Thursday January 18, 2018

This podcast traces the history of Christianity and how this impacts our discipleship and our leadership today.

Thursday January 04, 2018

Embracing transitions is one of the critical leadership tasks every leader must master if we are to do God’s work, God’s way, and in God’s timing. Sadly, endings and transitions are often poorly handled in our families, ministries, organizations, and teams. This podcast explores the inner work we must do as leaders if we are to cooperate with God in this difficult work of endings and new beginnings.

Thursday December 14, 2017

How we do Christmas as leaders is critically important. Pete talks about the concept of a Blue Christmas, which offers permission for people to stop and pay attention to their losses, while at the same time remembering the power and goodness of God.

Tuesday December 05, 2017

It is hard to be a Christian at Christmas, especially if you are a pastor or leader. Pete shares five mistakes that we often make this time of year.

Thursday November 30, 2017

In part two of this podcast, Pete shares the final 5 of 10 shortcuts that leaders and pastors need to avoid.

Thursday November 16, 2017

In part one of this new two-part podcast, Pete expands on 5 of the 10 shortcuts that leaders and pastors need to avoid.

Tuesday October 31, 2017

In part 2 of this two-part series, Pete continues to share a biblical perspective on growing older and the hazards of aging we should be careful to avoid.

Thursday October 26, 2017

In part 1 of this two-part series, Pete shares a biblical perspective on growing older and how this informs our understanding of "retirement" (really only a transition to the next phase of what God has for us), of work, and of how we lead people of all ages in our churches.

Thursday October 19, 2017

How is Christian planning and decision making different from that of secular planning and decision making? Pete touches on the dangers of making plans and decisions without God, and the four characteristics of what it means to follow God’s slow ways in planning and decision making.

Thursday October 12, 2017

Pete discusses what we can learn about leadership from the life of King Saul, and how leaders today can finish well.