The Path to Teen Connection is a 3-part series designed to help you start having incredible moments with your teen. These three short (and free) videos will show you: how to fight the three main enemies keeping us from connecting with our kids, how to build a team of influencers to give you the best chance to connect, the difference between now conversations and always conversations, and how to leverage Christ-focused insights on teen culture to start great conversations with your kid.
At Heritage Christian, we are pleased to provide ongoing support for the parents of our students. We've compiled a list of resources below that we hope will help you during your child's academic and spiritual journey.
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from the Indiana Department of Education
Students and educators are facing many new challenges when they return for the 2020-2021 school year, including the recommendation that face coverings be worn. This two-sided document is designed to help families support students with acclimating them to appropriately wear a face covering and provide protocols for safe and effective maintenance of face coverings.
by Marty Machowski
The goal of this family devotional is to present the wisdom of Solomon against the backdrop of the gospel to show children that real wisdom comes only as we depend on Jesus for daily help and forgiveness. As a result, Wise Up moves Christian families beyond the practical wisdom of Proverbs, to connect the teaching of Solomon to God's larger story of salvation.
by Marty Machowski
This thirteen-week family devotional is designed to help Christian families explore the parables that Jesus taught through reading selected parables, activities, discussion questions, and fun facts. Each five-day session includes Bible reading, discussion questions, a fun activity, and songs.
In the midst of the chaos and fear, there is an opportunity to connect with your kids in new ways and make the best of difficult circumstances. This document is designed to help you make the most of a seemingly desperate situation. Axis has also included free resources as well as other suggestions for fun activities to do as a family.
Understanding the “why” behind teaching practices can help parents create meaningful and effective at-home learning opportunities during the pandemic. Here are some basic principles, grounded in research and science, that provide an overarching structure to your approach and make the learning more productive and long-lasting—whatever the learning materials in your home.
Family.fit is a mobile phone tool that will help a family at home connect in fun ways and exercise regularly in their house, apartment or local park. With a little creativity, everyone can be fit and healthy, stay connected, and grow in character and faith.
from Focus on the Family: Adventures in Odyssey
This Easter season gather as a family for creative fun and games you can enjoy together — it’s a great way to go deeper into Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection — the story that changed the world forever! This pdf includes family devotionals, Christian adventure journal page, sermon note page, shareable cards, easter egg wraps, and more.