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  • 1.  
  • 2. Indelible Parenting Keys To A Lasting Impression
  • 3. Know Your TV Theme Songs
    • As a team, hum or whistle the theme song for the TV show you’ve been given.
  • 4. TV Theme Songs
    • 1. I Love Lucy
  • 5. TV Theme Songs
    • I Love Lucy
    • 2. The Brady Bunch
  • 6. TV Theme Songs
    • I Love Lucy
    • 2. The Brady Bunch
    • 3. The Andy Griffith Show
  • 7. TV Theme Songs
    • I Love Lucy
    • 2. The Brady Bunch
    • 3. The Andy Griffith Show
    • 4. The Cosby Show
  • 8. TV Theme Songs
    • I Love Lucy
    • 2. The Brady Bunch
    • 3. The Andy Griffith Show
    • 4. The Cosby Show
    • 5. The Simpsons
  • 9. TV Theme Songs
    • I Love Lucy
    • 2. The Brady Bunch
    • 3. The Andy Griffith Show
    • 4. The Cosby Show
    • 5. The Simpsons
    • 6. Malcolm in the Middle
  • 10. Questions . . .
    • How were families portrayed in each of these shows?
    • How has the portrayal of families changed over time?
    • How has ministry to families changed over time?
  • 11. Biblical Foundations
    • Where would you start in developing a biblical foundation for parent ministry?
  • 12. Deuteronomy 6
    • Parents should seek to know God in a personal way (6:4).
  • 13. Deuteronomy 6
    • Parents should seek to know God in a personal way (6:4).
    • Parents should seek to own their faith in a personal way (6:5-6).
  • 14. Deuteronomy 6
    • Parents should seek to know God in a personal way (6:4).
    • Parents should seek to own their faith in a personal way (6:5-6).
    • Parents should seek to make God known, beginning with their famiilies (6:7-9).
  • 15. Resource Review
    • Indelible Parenting: Keys to a Lasting Impression
    • Four sessions
    • Based on Deuteronomy 6
    • Focus on helping parents know God, own their faith, and make God known
  • 16. Resource Review
    • Living with Teenagers
    • Monthly magazine committed to helping parents find biblical solutions that transform families
  • 17. Resource Review
    • Heart Connex
    • Free electronic family devos sent out twice a week
    • Format involves both teens and parents
  • 18. Resource Review
    • 30 Days: Turning the Hearts of Parents & Teenagers Toward Each Other
    • Encourages a month of personal interaction between a parent and a teen
  • 19. Resource Review
    • The Five Love Languages
    • Five week study
    • Helps parents open new doors of communication with their teens
  • 20. Resource Review
    • Transforming Student Ministry
    • Based on the National Study of Youth and Religion
    • Identifies teen beliefs about family and faith, including suggestions for application
  • 21. Event Planning
    • Identify at least one parent ministry event you could host for each month.
  • 22. How’s It Going?
    • On a scale of 1 to 10, evaluate the current state of your parent ministry.
    • Identify at least one action you can take to improve your ministry to parents once you return home.
  • 23.