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Parent Link Live - November 2013 - Wisdom (download)
An inheritance is what you leave TO your children. A legacy is what you leave IN your children. One is temporary while the other is forever. Most parents plan, work, and strategize to leave an inheritance, but few have any systematic plan to leave a legacy.

Significant relationships need a practical routine. By rethinking and reprioritizing the routine, parents can establish healthier relationships with their children. In this month’s podcast, we’ll consider how we can better capture our time with our kids to build a legacy.

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Parent Link Live - October 2009
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Parent Link Live - October 2010
Being a church leader involves a particular empathy for parents. Whether watching them deal with a crying baby or a high schooler who won't say a single word, we all identify with a parent
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Parent Link Live - October 2011 (download)
Chances are you have a To-Do list that is longer than today—maybe even this week or this month. The pressure that can put on you is huge. Parenting only makes it more complicated. After all of the activities and lessons have been added to the calendar, it becomes difficult to weave anything spiritual in the mix. Carey challenges parents to Create A Rhythm that allows you to do important things with your kids by choosing what not to do.
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Parent Link Live - October 2012 - Individuality (download)
We’ve all had moments like this in our homes:

Kid: Can we go out for pizza?
Parent: Maybe this weekend.

What the kid heard: we’re going for pizza this weekend.

What the parent heard: we’ll consider going for pizza this weekend if our schedule and budget allow it.

The weekend comes, Coach calls an extra practice and asks for a deposit on new uniforms, and so the surplus time and money are gone. The parent totally understands why we cannot go out for pizza, but the kid thinks a promise has been broken. Different perspectives cause us to understand the same circumstances differently. Inevitably in the life of a family, there will be moments when we disappoint our kids. That’s why it’s so important to widen the circle of trusted influences in our kids’ lives. When our kids feel let down by us, they need someone else they can turn to who will speak truth in their lives. Someone who will help us teach them to trust, especially when we seem less than trust-worthy. In this month’s Parent Link Live podcast, we’ll discuss more ways widening the circle can help our kids learn to trust.
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Parent Link Live - October 2013 - Honor (download)
My oldest son is an analytical thinker. He wants to understand why a decision was made. He wants to discuss possible options. He wants to consider the “what if things were different.” And he’s learned just enough to push at my answers and opinions. Although I want him to be an independent thinker, sometimes these discussions turn to conflict. And more often than I wish, they become all-out fights.

Regardless of the outcome of the fight, doesn’t it feel like no one really wins when we fight with our families? It feels so destructive and devaluing. Even after we apologize, it can feel like there’s still a rift between us.

How might it change our families if we learn to fight for instead of fighting with our family members? In this month’s Parent Link Live podcast we’ll learn how to change our approach to conflict.

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Parent Link Live - September 2009
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Parent Link Live - September 2010
Being a church leader involves a particular empathy for parents. Whether watching them deal with a crying baby or a high schooler who won't say a single word, we all identify with a parent
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Parent Link Live - September 2011 (download)
One of the most important things a parent can do is "Fight for the Heart" of their child. and one of the chief impediments to a healthy heart is unforgiveness. How do you encourage your child to forgive? Listen to this month's Parent Link Live to hear how you can impact your child and the way they view forgiveness.
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Parent Link Live - September 2013 - Courage (download)
My kids love those infomercials they see during Saturday morning cartoons. They ask for a slushy machine or a folding pillow, some trading cards or a battery-powered scooter. I wonder how they can be so convinced they need it after seeing just one commercial.

Then I remember the new blender that I “needed” after a coworker talked about how good it was. Or the new electronic gadget we “needed” because it was so much better than the last one. And I realized that my kids might be learning how to respond to money by watching me. Ouch.

How parents handle money impacts how kids approach money. But how can we form healthier views about money in our homes? This month’s Parent Link Live podcast will offer seven lessons learned from a year-long spending freeze.

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