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I am so excited to share this wonderful opportunity with you! Connected Families is currently enrolling members for their 2016 online parenting course, Discipline that Connects with Your Child’s Heart, from October 3rd-11th.
Before I go into detail about the course let me back track a bit and tell you how I first heard of Jim and Lynn Jackson. Last year I attended a MOPs group at Church of the Open Door in York, PA. It was there, the MOPs coordinator spoke on the framework Jim and Lynn designed for discipline. Which is as following, you are SAFE with me, you are LOVED no matter what, you are God’s workmanship-CALLED and CAPABLE and last you are RESPONSIBLE for your own actions. These four concepts really resonated with me and I began to apply just these simple truths in the way that I responded to my sons during a conflict.
Later in the year while listening to this podcast at God Centered Mom I found out that Connected Families was enrolling for their Discipline that Connects with Your Child’s Heart class which offered grace-filled tools for effective discipline of every child. I LOVED the idea of it but life was so crazy at the time that I was unable to sign up. Although, my sister-in-law, took the course and she highly recommend it.
Since I missed out last September I had to wait until now to enroll and I am beyond excited for this opportunity to learn more ways to connect to my boys and to discipline in a way that effectively demonstrates grace.
Ok, the diagram is cool and all so how will this actually help me and my spouse be better parents? In my opinion, this course offers very valuable principles to have pre-established. You know, in the rare case that you accidentally expose them to bright light, get them wet or feed them after midnight. Oh wait, just kidding that’s only Gremlins, not children. Ha. In all seriousness though, if you have never heard of some of these concepts like respond, don’t react. Or, don’t come in with a hot, loud and fast temperament (foundation, you are SAFE), then this will be pure gold for you.
So, will you come along side me and enroll today? Parenting is hard and we all know that precious little bundle of joy didn’t come home from the hospital with a manual. Although, God did bless us with a framework for life in the form of the Bible. Thankfully, from it we can draw knowledge and insight on how to love and nurture our children. Which is exactly what Jim and Lynn Jackson used to develop their concepts for their ministry and this course.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to gain the wisdom you have been looking for and how to effectively apply it to your family. Even if you are a very new parent or a parent-to-be please consider this course. I can’t even begin to tell you how thankful I am for some of the parenting courses and material Brantz and I have stumbled upon and how its usefulness has already come to fruition in the short 2 1/2 years since we have become parents.
Once again, you can enroll here, with my affiliate link, to secure your spot in the October class. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to grow your communication skills as a parent. Remember, enrollment BEGINS October 12th but registration is STILL OPEN until October 17th!
If you would like more information about Jim and Lynn Jackson you can read their bio below. Also, keep scrolling for some FREE resources from Connected Families!
Since 1993 co-founders Jim & Lynne Jackson have worked in the trenches with parents of all kinds – single parents, adoptive parents, parents of teens, parents of kids with intense behavior challenges, parents in blended families, parents of wealth and parents in poverty, and any other kind of parent you can think of. Jim & Lynne and their growing team are committed to bringing you content that will challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the thoughtful and confident parent you long to be.
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