November 17, 2017
According to a new report, cyberbullying is taking on a new form. The report found teens would anonymously cyberbully themselves to get attention. This heartbreaking new trend is wrapped up in the complicated way teens find so much of their identity online and in social networks. As adults, we want to make sure and communicate to the teens in our lives that they are precious and matter to us and God.
Our guest to today is Chap Bettis, an author who encourages parents to view their role as intentional disciple-makers. As a busy pastor Chap, knew how much he needed to carve out intentional time with each kids. He joins us today to specifically talk about his recent book aimed at tangibly equipping parents to engage with their kids on a heart level.
This practice is incredibly important for parents to start at an early age in preparation for the difficult questions and bumps in the later years. The book is: The Disciple-Making Parent’s Donut Date Journal: 70 Questions to Connect You to Your Child’s Heart