MBC Uth Parents

MBC Uth Parents

Welcome to the MBC Uth Parents Page. The page is currently a work in progress.

Previous Posts:

How Do I Help My Teen Through The Death Of A Friend – Session I

Why Does Parenting Seem So Lonely? – Session II

Why Does Parenting Seem So Lonely? – Session I

Helping Your Teenager Learn to Manage Money: Session II

Helping Your Teenager Learn to Manage Money: Session I

Establishing a Trust Economy With Your Teenager: Session II

Establishing a Trust Economy With Your Teenager: Session I

7 THINGS YOUTH GROUP PARENTS MUST KNOW

Downloadable Resources:

Car Conversations-The car is a great place for us parents to connect with our teen. This resource provides you with conversation ideas for when you’re driving in the car with your teenager!
Lunchbox Notes– Here is a great resource to encourage your teen throughout their day via text messages or facebook messenger.
Contract Pack-Looking to build trust with your teenager when it comes to cell phones, technology, staying home alone & video games? Download this pack of helpful contracts which are designed to serve as a communication tool for you and your teen. We know that it’s important to have a ‘win’ when it comes to some of these major transitions teenagers will go through.

Family Experiences

Please click the link below to access information and resources about the Family Experiences…

http://ministrytoparents.com/sl/index.php?site=youth&id=1460&key=d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e

In the MBC Uth Parents Library:

[Find and sign them out @ the Uth Board]

The Chase Book Review
Right-Click Book Review
52 Ways Book to Connect with Your Smartphone Obsessed Kid Review

Quality Music for Youth:

TobyMac – “The Elements” on Spotify
Canon – “Home” on Spotify
Lecrae – “Let the Trap Say Amen” on Spotify
Riley Clemmons on Spotify

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How Do I Help My Teen Through the Death of a Friend? – Session II

Dear Parent, Some of you have dealt with this month’s issue of helping our teens through the death of a friend and some of you may not have had to walk through this. There is one all encompassing feeling that all of you will feel when we talk about this topic though. It is fear. Fear of what to do should this happen, fear that it will happen again, and fear that you won’t be […]

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How Do I Help My Teen Through the Death of a Friend? – Session I

Dear Parent, Wow, this month is a difficult topic. How can something that happens every day seem so foreign when it enters our world? But isn’t that what death does? It comes roaring in like a lion and leaves a deep scar on everyone it touches! And somehow, as a parent, you feel you need to have the answers to help your teen deal with the loss of a friend. Please know that sometimes, initially, […]

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Why Does Parenting Seem So Lonely? – Session II

Dear Parent, Have you ever noticed that loneliness sometimes has nothing to do with being alone. You can be completely surrounded by people and noise and chaos and feel completely alone and then be by yourself in the quiet of your bedroom and feel content and loved by those that don’t happen to be there at the moment? As the parent of a teenager, at any point in time you could be in the thick […]

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Why Does Parenting Seem So Lonely? – Session I

Dear Parent, How are you? That question seems like an odd way to start this email but I really want to know. I want to know how you are feeling about parenting? Are you frustrated or scared or uncertain because parenting a teenager is just about the hardest thing you have ever done? I would imagine many of you are nodding your head about now. And do you know what our default is set to […]

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#TRENDINGPARENTING: NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2018

Written by Dan Istvanik #Trendingparenting is a quick monthly dose FOR PARENTS of what is currently popular and going on in the world of kids and teenagers. At Parent Ministry, we know in the middle of crazy schedules and busy lives it can be difficult for parents to be aware of what is happening in popular culture. That is the heart behind why we created this resource for you to send out to parents.. Even […]

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Helping Your Teenager Learn to Manage Money: Session II

Dear Parent, I just wanted to write you a quick note of encouragement!I know sometimes you might feel that information is thrown at you left and right about how to raise your teenagers and I want you to know that you are doing a good job! If you receive these emails, then you are investing in your teenagers to a greater level than a lot of parents with teens, and for that I applaud you. So […]

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Helping Your Teenager Learn to Manage Money: Session I

Dear Parent, My shoulders get tight, my palms start to sweat, and I get this weird feeling in the pit of my stomach when I have to deal with this issue. It sounds like I am talking about love or some other deeply emotional aspect. And for many of us, the topic of money is deeply emotional. Yep, I am talking about learning how to handle money and for many of us it brings up […]

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Establishing a Trust Economy With Your Teenager: Session II

Dear Parent, I hope you have had an opportunity to watch this month’s video about establishing a trust economy with your teenager. As I read the story of Moses, I realized that the phrase “establishing a trust economy” is really spot on! Moses’ “heart account” was truly empty when it came to self confidence and courage and self worth. And how many teens do you know whose “heart account” would mirror that of Moses? But […]

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Establishing a Trust Economy With Your Teenager: Session I

Dear Parent, Is today a struggle for you? I don’t mean just everyday issues. I mean, are you struggling with some aspect of your relationship with your teenager today? I would imagine that many of you are nodding your head, or rolling your eyes, or even allowing a few frustrated tears to gather. Do me a favor, would you? Look out of your nearest window. Did the sun rise today? Did you worry that it […]

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7 Things Youth Group Parents Must Know

7 Things Youth Group Parents Must Know By Andy Lawrenson  – October 8, 2018 I, Andy Lawrenson, am the parent of a teen. What is it I am I saying when I decide that it is important for my son or daughter to be an active participant in our student ministry? I’m saying: I understand that church is God’s idea. Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means ‘rock’), and upon this rock […]

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