When we as parents feel we are surviving not thriving, we find ourselves living in the moment – we’ve lost sight of the end game. Perhaps it’s time to pick up the mirror and have a critical look at ourselves.
Parenting a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can push people to breaking point. But, Kirra and her husband Rowan have experienced wonder and delight in having 11-year-old Asher in their family.
Churches are recognising the importance of partnering with parents and resourcing faith in the home, as well as the vital role intergenerational relationships and participation in a church community play in growing faith in children.
Immanuel Lutheran Church at Novar Gardens in suburban Adelaide is situated between a Lutheran college and primary school which each bear the same name, meaning ‘God with us’. Its geographical setting gives the church extra opportunities to minister to and serve children and families. Church pastor Nigel Rosenzweig says it is a privilege to serve… Read more
Grow Ministries newsletter Grow Together is a quarterly printed resource aimed at equipping families with inspiration to take up their spiritual role as parents, grandparents and carers with eternity in mind. As Michelle Anthony shares in her book 7 Family Ministry Essentials with Megan Marshman: ‘What you believe and where you aim your heart determine… Read more