The journey of parenting begins in this earliest phase. This first phase is filled with celebration, confusion, frustration, and more. Learn how you can best leverage your role as a parent to achieve mighty goals while your child is little. [button open_new_tab=”true” color=”accent-color” hover_text_color_override=”#fff” size=”medium” url=”https://saddlebackparents.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Phase-1-Birth-Kinder-OUTLINE.pdf” text=”Download The Outline” color_override=””] [button open_new_tab=”true” color=”accent-color” hover_text_color_override=”#fff” size=”medium” […]
Your child is currently in a particular phase of development. This video is an overview of the 5 phases that Saddleback Parents will look at the stages and phases of children and how it then impacts your goals and roles as a parent. Dive in to understand what these phases look like and how God […]
The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family: Over 100 Practical and Tested Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Kids
By Dr. Kara E. Powell REVIEW: If you are looking for a VERY practical resource filled with parenting tips and tricks then the Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family is it! Seriously, the possibilities are endless. But do not be overwhelmed by the pages-and-pages of possibilities. At the end of the day, this book is […]
We are so excited about the launch of Saddleback Parents and our inaugural Parent Party. Here’s a quick glance at the fun and festivities from October’s Parent Party. Stay tuned for more parenting events like this and more from Saddleback Parents in 2019.
With the needs for improvement in parenting being numerous, it can be daunting and overwhelming. Where on earth do you start? Check out Pastor Kurt Johnston’s inaugural message at the first-ever Parent Party for some tips on just where to start on your parenting journey. Simplify, focus, and start here!
I am told of a story of when a mother put her three-year-old son down for his afternoon nap. She went to check on him a few minutes later only to find that he had used a permanent marker to scrawl the letter “Z” across every surface in his room: walls, furniture, sheets, mini blinds, […]