What is the Parenting Seminar About?

Deep down, most parents and grandparents fear that as their kids grow up, their family will grow apart. The good news is that your relationship with  your teenager or young adult can get better! By implementing six new research-based and proven strategies, you can actually grow with your young person as you together navigate the roller coaster of adolescence and young adulthood. In our time together, you’ll learn how to narrow the gap between you and your kid, and seek out not only the best for your child but also become the best version of yourself. In fact, you’ll leave with a handful of proven and practical ideas to take home and try with your teenager or young adult!.

Who is the Parenting Seminar for?

The Growing With Parenting Seminar is for anyone raising or helping raise kids (Parents, Grandparents, etc.). For parents with teenagers and young adults, it will be a great resource for this challenging season of life. For parents with younger kids, it will be a great opportunity to position yourself for later years. Simply put, it is for anyone wanting to learn more about how to successfully raise young people!

Who is Kara Powell?

Dr. Kara Powell is the Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI) and a faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary. Named by Christianity Today as one of “50 Women You Should Know,” Kara serves as a Youth and Family Strategist for Orange, and also speaks regularly at parenting and leadership conferences. For more info about Kara visit: KaraPowell.com


Reserve your spot by Sunday, February 9.

Regular weekly programming available for 6 - 12 grades during the seminar.

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