Loving Your Child on the Road to Maturity

with Janet Newberry

Feb. 1st - 3rd

Janet Newberry has been part of the the education field for many years as a teacher, administrator, and educational consultant. Her passion for incorporating God’s grace with the practical side of learning has influenced her style of teaching towards both in the traditional school setting and home schooled students. She currently is teaching her own online classes and working as a facilitator with Truefaced leadership classes.

Growing up is messy for all of us.  Practical solutions work when struggles are simple.  When life is messy, problems require us to get messy, too.

 

Love is beautifully messy.  Love is the solution to maturity.  There is great hope.

Loving Your Child on the Road to Maturity shines a defining light on the road to maturity – and offers parents real ways to connect with their children, and mature together.

 

This three day experience offers hope in a messy world.

 

Thursday, Feb. 1 – 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

  • Session One – What does love have to do with maturity?

 We’re not designed to mature outside of loving relationships; growing up requires a family and a community.  Each maturity stage equips us to discover deeper and deeper satisfaction in the ways we give and receive love.

 

Session one offers a roadmap of the five stages of maturity – and provides clarity about the role of the individual, the family, and the community in each stage.

 

Friday, Feb. 2 – 2:00 – 4:00 pm.

  • Session Two – Raising children – equipped to connect in relationships of trust.

We’re created to wake up every day with real God-given needs.  When our needs are met, we grow up.  Maturity requires trust, so love can be exchanged.

 

Session two offers clear direction for connecting in relationships of trust to meet our God-given needs, so we can grow up together.

 

Friday, Feb. 2 – 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

  • Session Three – Raising children – equipped to live lives of inspiration.

To be inspired is to live life guided by divine influence.  Our minds feed on ideas like our bodies feed on food.  Without inspiration, we survive – but we don’t thrive; our lives are influenced in ways that are not life-giving.  Maturity requires a feast of inspiration.

 

Session three offers practical ideas about how your home can offer abundant life-giving influence.

 

Saturday, Feb. 3 – 9:00 – 11:00 am.

  • Session Four – Raising children – equipped to live lives of integrity.

We must know who we are, so we can make decisions of integrity – instead of from moods or emotions.  Home can be a safe place, where we don’t have to fight for true identity.  Families can help children discover their real identity – and develop the habits and relational strategies that are the fruit of trusting truth.

 

Session four offers real solutions for raising mature children that are equipped to live lives of integrity.

 

Saturday, Feb. 3 – 11:00 – 12:00 noon – An hour of Q&A with Janet Newberry – to dig deeper into the ideas provided in these four sessions.


There is no charge for this event, however a love offering will be taken.


To RSVP, please call 405.843.7778

or email pgallear@scopeministries.org