How to raise confident Christian kids in an uncertain world
podcast with Isaac & Angie
Courageous Parenting is a weekly podcast for Christian parents who want to equip confident Christian kids in an uncertain world.
This episode gets super personal as Isaac and Angie share the intimate struggles of parenting through miscarriage, almost losing their house, business failure with over $500,000 of debt, and the miracles that followed.
They warn parents to reject the philosophy, “Let kids be kids”, as they share counter-cultural biblical wisdom in how to parent through trials.
Do your kids respect you? Do they roll their eyes or refuse to obey you? In this episode, Isaac and Angie cover three practical and Biblical keys to raising kids who will respect you. You should expect your kids to obey and respect you because God expects it of them, but have you taught them what the Bible says on this?
Counter-intuitive wisdom even the most experienced parents are likely to gain from.
We answer one of the most asked questions in parenting. How to raise obedient kids. You will learn two vital foundational aspects of parenting kids to be obedient.
You will get the raw biblical truth and practical wisdom you need in this episode on parenting that’s relevant no matter how old your kids are. Without these two keys, everything else you do will likely fail over-time.
Culture is the invisible force that drives behavior. There are a few important things you can do to establish and influence the right family culture that will have a big impact on your kids behavior this year and beyond.
Find out the 3 steps you can take right now as parents to establish a breakthrough year in the areas of growth you see vital for your kids and family.
If you are a parent, vision is required. Isaac and Angie discuss the importance of being a visionary as a parent and practical steps to take as we approach the New Year. Join them for their first weekly show as they ramp up for 52 more during 2019. If you don’t capture their hearts during this season, you are likely to lose it in the next.