From the moment a child enters our life, parenting is a tough job. It’s even harder when a child is struggling with difficult behaviors–defiance, rejection, running away, drug addiction, sexual misconduct, criminal activity, attachment issues, rage and beyond. Parenting a child in crisis leaves parents worn out from exhaustion, frustration and fear.
- Reexamine their expectations for parenting children from hard places.
- Discuss their fears and concerns with their spouses, friends, and small groups.
- Explore fear and frustration through the eyes of grace and truth.
- Rediscover the foundations of faith when parenting a child who seems lost.
- Find hope in loving their children unconditionally while knowing they are not alone in this journey.