Episode 114

Episode 113

Episode 112

10 Secrets to Becoming a Worry Free Mom with Cindi McMenamin Part II

10 Secrets to Becoming a Worry Free Mom with Cindi McMenamin Part I

The Greatest Story Ever Told with Vincent Pierri Part III

Episode available 5/13
Do you worry about your children? Do you feel like it is your job as a parent to worry about your children? Today Cindi McMenamin discusses how many times our worry is not as much about how much we care for our children, but more about how little we trust in God.
Cindi McMenamin has nearly 35 years of experience ministering to women and inspiring them to let God meet their emotional needs, grow stronger through their alone times, and pursue their dreams with boldness.  She has been married for over 30 years and has an adult daughter, Dana.  Cindy has written over 16 books, and today we will be discussing her book “10 Secrets to Become a Worry Free Mom”.  To find out more information about Cindi you can visit her website or follow her on Facebook or Instagram. 
Do you struggle finding time for family devotions? Listen today as Vincent Pierri helps us know how we can incorporate family devotions into our every day life.
Vincent Pierri is the Kids Pastor at High Point Church in Madison, WI.  After being the children’s pastor, he began to wonder why kids didn’t read the Bible on their own, and wondered if part of the reason was that the table of contents was a mystery to them.  So, him and his team wrote and recorded an album called The Greatest Story Ever Told - a musical version of the Bible.  You can find the album on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and YouTube or find more information at the website.  Here you will find the entire album as well as a devotional book perfect for family devotional time with your children.

Episode 111

Episode 110

Episode 109

The Greatest Story Ever Told with Vincent Pierri Part II

The Greatest Story Ever Told with Vincent Pierri Part I

Love and Respect in the Family with Emerson Eggerichs Part II

Is family devotions something you can never find time for?  Today Vincent Pierri shares how one of the best ways we can pass down our faith to our children is by making studying God's word a part of our daily routine, and not just something we do on Sunday morning.
Vincent Pierri is the Kids Pastor at High Point Church in Madison, WI.  After being the children’s pastor, he began to wonder why kids didn’t read the Bible on their own, and wondered if part of the reason was that the table of contents was a mystery to them.  So, him and his team wrote and recorded an album called The Greatest Story Ever Told - a musical version of the Bible.  You can find the album on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and YouTube or find more information at the website.  Here you will find the entire album as well as a devotional book perfect for family devotional time with your children.
Do you ever worry about your children inheriting your faith?  Today Vincent Pierri shares how one of the best ways we can pass down our faith to our children is by making studying God's word a part of our daily routine, and not just something we do on Sunday morning.
Vincent Pierri is the Kids Pastor at High Point Church in Madison, WI.  After being the children’s pastor, he began to wonder why kids didn’t read the Bible on their own, and wondered if part of the reason was that the table of contents was a mystery to them.  So, him and his team wrote and recorded an album called The Greatest Story Ever Told - a musical version of the Bible.  You can find the album on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and YouTube or find more information at the website.  Here you will find the entire album as well as a devotional book perfect for family devotional time with your children.
Do your ever worry about how your children will turn out?  Today Emerson Eggerichs explains that although good parents raise good children, and bad parents raise bad children, good parents also raise bad children and bad parents also raise good children.  Hopefully Emerson will encourage you to have freedom in your parenting journey recognizing that you will mess up, and it is not to the detriment of your children.
Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is an internationally known public speaker on the topic of male-female relationships.  Based on over three decades of counseling as well as scientific and biblical research, Dr. Eggerichs and his wife Sarah developed the Love and Respect Conference which they present to live audiences around the country.  Dr. Eggerichs has authored several books, including the national bestseller Love & Respect, which is a Platinum and Book of the Year award winner, selling over 1.6 million copies. He has also written Love and Respect in the Family, The Language of Love and Respect, Mother and Son, Before You Hit Send, and The 4 Wills of God. Emerson is the Founder and President of Love and Respect Ministries and Sarah serves as Vice President.  Married since 1973, they live in Grand Rapids, MI and have three adult children.
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Episode 108

Episode 107

Episode 106

Love and Respect in the Family with Emerson Eggerichs Part I

Bible Belles with Erin Weidemann Part III

Bible Belles with Erin Weidemann Part II

Do your children have this strange ability to bring out the worst in you?  Today Emerson Eggerichs describes this as the parenting crazy cycle.  Without love a child reacts disrespectfully, and without respect a parent acts unloving, and the crazy cycle starts spinning.  Not only will this episode help you to know you are not alone in your parenting, but Emerson will give you practical advice on how to get off of this Crazy Cycle for the family.
Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is an internationally known public speaker on the topic of male-female relationships.  Based on over three decades of counseling as well as scientific and biblical research, Dr. Eggerichs and his wife Sarah developed the Love and Respect Conference which they present to live audiences around the country.  Dr. Eggerichs has authored several books, including the national bestseller Love & Respect, which is a Platinum and Book of the Year award winner, selling over 1.6 million copies. He has also written Love and Respect in the Family, The Language of Love and Respect, Mother and Son, Before You Hit Send, and The 4 Wills of God. Emerson is the Founder and President of Love and Respect Ministries and Sarah serves as Vice President.  Married since 1973, they live in Grand Rapids, MI and have three adult children.
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If you live in the Van, Wert, OH area, be sure to check out the parenting summit happening on March 30th.
Do you ever wonder what your life purpose is?  Do your children struggle wondering what they are on this earth for?  Join us today as Erin Weidemann helps us understand what our God given purpose for this life truly is.
Bible Belles is an organization that highlights the women of the Bible to show girls that it is important to be patient, brave, prayerful, loyal, and a leader. To check out the books CLICK HERE.
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What character traits are you instilling in the lives of your children? How are you helping them to shape their identity?  Today, Erin Weidemann helps us think through exactly how to communicate to our children to help them have character qualities that will enhance their lives and prepare them for adulthood.
Bible Belles is an organization that highlights the women of the Bible to show girls that it is important to be patient, brave, prayerful, loyal, and a leader. To check out the books CLICK HERE.
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If you live in the Van, Wert, OH area, be sure to check out the parenting summit happening on March 30th.

Episode 105

Episode 104

Episode 103

Bible Belles with Erin Weidemann Part I

Ready or Knot with Scott Kedersha Part II

Ready or Knot with Scott Kedersha Part I

Are you concerned about the messages today's culture is feeding our young women?  Erin Weidemann has decided to remind girls of a message that is centuries old. Bible Belles is an organization that highlights the women of the Bible to show girls that it is important to be patient, brave, prayerful, loyal, and a leader. To check out the books CLICK HERE.
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If you live in the Van, Wert, OH area, be sure to check out the parenting summit happening on March 30th.
Are you modeling a healthy marriage relationship for your children? Today Scott Kedersha discusses his book Ready or Knot? 12 Conversations Every Couple Needs to Have before Marriage and explains how the 2 most important safeguards to put in place in our relationships are to seek after God and find mentors who can speak into our lives.
We want to hear your questions!  You are probably not the only one with your parenting question, so help us all out by submitting your question today!
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Are you modeling a healthy marriage relationship for your children? Today Scott Kedersha discusses his book Ready or Knot? 12 Conversations Every Couple Needs to Have before Marriage and explains why modeling a healthy marriage relationship is so important for our children's future relationships.
It is not too late to register for the FREE Family Vision Seminar happening on Saturday, March 2nd from 9-12 at Hope Missionary Church.
We want to hear your questions!  You are probably not the only one with your parenting question, so help us all out by submitting your question today!
Today we also discuss a listener's question: How can I teach my children about money when they only get money for their birthday and Christmas? While discussing this question I site Rachel Cruze and her ministry with her book Smart Money Smart Kids. You can also check out her website where she has several tools for Kids & Money
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Episode 102

Episode 101

Episode 100

Sexting and Its Impact On our Kids with Paige Clingenpeel Part III

Sexting and Its Impact On our Kids with Paige Clingenpeel Part II

Sexting and Its Impact On our Kids with Paige Clingenpeel Part I

Mark your calendar for March 2nd when there will be a FREE parenting seminar hosted by Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders in Bluffton, Indiana.  Email Julie to sign up today.
Check out our product for the week: Caught Not Taught. Have you ever heard the saying actions speak louder than words? Find out how that is more true with parenting than in any other area of your life. Not only do our actions scream our beliefs to our children, but understanding this Caught Not Taught principle can actually bring freedom to our parenting when we recognize the role of the Holy Spirit in our children's lives.
Today we are with Paige Clingenpeel who has spoken all over the nation and has worked on TV, radio, and web-based media. She is a contributor to iMom.com, and can be seen hosting the tween show iShine K'nect on TBN. She presently works for Parkview Health as a mental health therapist assigned to Carroll High School and continues to provide individual therapeutic services through Lifesprings Counseling Center. Paige is married to Ryan and is the mother of 2 beautiful crafty & creative daughters and 2 future power-ranger sons! 
Today we will be discussing her article The Enticing World of Sexting and Its Impact on our Kids. No matter what age your children are at, Paige gives practical advice on how to have open dialogue and discussion with our childeren to help them learn to respect others as well as have discernment in their own life.  To learn more about sexting, you can check out Paige's website or her sexting artcile HERE.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
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Mark your calendar for March 2nd when there will be a FREE parenting seminar hosted by Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders in Bluffton, Indiana.  Email Julie to sign up today.
Check out our product for the week: Good Pictures, Bad Pictures. The average age for a child to see pornography for the first time is 11, and with the technology becoming such a huge part of our schools, that age continues to decrease.  Good Pictures, Bad Pictures is a great way to introduce your Elementary aged children to the dangers of pornography, and teach them exactly what to do when they see a bad picture for the first time.  I highly recommend this book for your Elementary children.
Today we are with Paige Clingenpeel who has spoken all over the nation and has worked on TV, radio, and web-based media. She is a contributor to iMom.com, and can be seen hosting the tween show iShine K'nect on TBN. She presently works for Parkview Health as a mental health therapist assigned to Carroll High School and continues to provide individual therapeutic services through Lifesprings Counseling Center. Paige is married to Ryan and is the mother of 2 beautiful crafty & creative daughters and 2 future power-ranger sons! 
Today we will be discussing her article The Enticing World of Sexting and Its Impact on our Kids. No matter what age your children are at, Paige gives practical advice on how to have open dialogue and discussion with our childeren to help them learn to respect others as well as have discernment in their own life.  To learn more about sexting, you can check out Paige's website or her sexting artcile HERE.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
Finally, be sure to check out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find hilarious Meme's, inspirational encouragement, helpful articles, and life-saving prodcuts to help on your parenting journey.  Our social media site is your one stop parenting shop for all your parenting needs!
That's right!  Today is our 100th episode!!  To see the previous 99 episodes we have had, check out our WEBSITE!
Mark your calendar for March 2nd when there will be a FREE parenting seminar hosted by Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders in Bluffton, Indiana.  Email Julie to sign up today.
Check out our product for the week: God's Design for Sex. If your child is 3 or older, and you are nervous about having the sex conversation with them, this is the book series for you!  Not only do these books open the lines of communication with this difficult discussion, but they also teach children from a young age what God's design for their life is. To purchase the whole series CLICK HERE.  If you are wanting to just purchase the first book for children ages 3-5 CLICK HERE, for ages 5-8 CLICK HERE, for ages 8-11 CLICK HERE, for ages 11-14 CLICK HERE.
Today we are with Paige Clingenpeel who has spoken all over the nation and has worked on TV, radio, and web-based media. She is a contributor to iMom.com, and can be seen hosting the tween show iShine K'nect on TBN. She presently works for Parkview Health as a mental health therapist assigned to Carroll High School and continues to provide individual therapeutic services through Lifesprings Counseling Center. Paige is married to Ryan and is the mother of 2 beautiful crafty & creative daughters and 2 future power-ranger sons! 
Today we will be discussing her article The Enticing World of Sexting and Its Impact on our Kids. No matter what age your children are at, Paige gives practical advice on how to have open dialogue and discussion with our childeren to help them learn to respect others as well as have discernment in their own life.  To learn more about sexting, you can check out Paige's website or her sexting artcile HERE.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
Finally, be sure to check out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find hilarious Meme's, inspirational encouragement, helpful articles, and life-saving prodcuts to help on your parenting journey.  Our social media site is your one stop parenting shop for all your parenting needs!

Episode 99

Episode 98

Episode 97

Adolescent Faith Development with Terry Linhart 3

Adolescent Faith Development with Terry Linhart II

Adolescent Faith Development with Terry Linhart

Mark your calendar for March 2nd when there will be a FREE parenting seminar hosted by Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders in Bluffton, Indiana.  Email Julie to sign up today.
Check out our product for the week the lifesaving book 12 Hours Sleep By 12 Weeks Old. If you are a new parent or know someone who is getting ready to be a first time parent, this book is a lifesaver in helping your baby get on a successful sleep schedule. Be sure to click on the 12 Hours Sleep By 12 Weeks Old link to purchase so you can support Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders through your purchase.

Check out our new button SHOP for our website to find life-saving products for every stage in your parenting journey.  Baby, Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, High School, Dyslexia, and Allergy Friendly, you can find it all on the SHOP button at our Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website.
Finally, be sure to check out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find hilarious Meme's, inspirational encouragement, helpful articles, and life-saving prodcuts to help on your parenting journey.  Our social media site is your one stop parenting shop for all your parenting needs!
Today we are with Terry Linhart (PhD, Purdue University), who is the Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Bethel College, where he teaches ministry-related courses. His research and writing has focused on missions, evangelism, multicultural ministry, and leadership development. He is the co-author of What Can We Do?, and author of Teaching the Next Generations, The Self Aware Leader, Middle School Talksheets: Life of Christ and High School Talksheets: Life of Christ. Terry and his wife, Kelly, have three children, Lauren, Jayson, and Sean.
Today we are discussing his article: "Endurance Trumps Enthusiasm: Where Youth Ministry Can Thwart Adolescent Faith Development".  Throughout our conversation we also discuss a book that every parent of a teen or tween should read called Sticky Faith.
Terry's big idea for this week is how are we developing our children as a whole person so they can develop healthy habits that will positively affect their spiritual development.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
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Check out our product for the week the Sleeptrainer Nightlight.  If you have a toddler who you are getting ready to transition into a big kid bed, or one that is having difficulties staying in their big kid bed, the Sleeptrainer Nightlight is the product you have been looking for!  Not only will this help your child in the phase they are in now, but it will also help them understand they need to stay in their room when they reach elementary school and can tell time as well.  Be sure to click on the Sleeptrainer Nightlight link  to purchase so your purchase can support Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders through your purchase.
Check out our new button SHOP for our website to find life-saving products for every stage in your parenting journey.  Baby, Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, High School, Dyslexia, and Allergy Friendly, you can find it all on the SHOP button at our Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website.
Finally, be sure to check out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find hilarious Meme's, inspirational encouragement, helpful articles, and life-saving prodcuts to help on your parenting journey.  Our social media site is your one stop parenting shop for all your parenting needs!
Today we are with Terry Linhart (PhD, Purdue University), who is the Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Bethel College, where he teaches ministry-related courses. His research and writing has focused on missions, evangelism, multicultural ministry, and leadership development. He is the co-author of What Can We Do?, and author of Teaching the Next Generations, T he Self Aware LeaderMiddle School Talksheets: Life of Christ and High School Talksheets: Life of Christ. Terry and his wife, Kelly, have three children, Lauren, Jayson, and Sean.
Today we are discussing his article: " Endurance Trumps Enthusiasm: Where Youth Ministry Can Thwart Adolescent Faith Development".  Throughout our conversation we also discuss a book that every parent of a teen or tween should read called Sticky Faith.  My take away from Terry this week is: Help your children answer the questions they are asking.  He also discusses how the questions our children are asking are often times not the questions we think they should be asking, so we need to be open minded enough to hear them and meet them where they are.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or  Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
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Check out our product for the week the International Children's Bible (ICB Bible).  If you have a child who knows how to read but feels like the Bible is written above their head, this is a great resource! I would suggest this Bible for anyone from 7-15 years of age. Written at a 3rd grade reading level the ICB Bible makes reading the Bible easier to understand for someone beginning their faith journey. To learn more about this Bible, listen to my interview with Jody Saunders on "The Importance of Scripture Memorization with Our Children". Just click on any of the Bible links to purchase so your purchase can support Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders.
Check out our new button SHOP for our website to find life-saving products for every stage in your parenting journey.  Baby, Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, High School, Dyslexia, and Allergy Friendly, you can find it all on the SHOP button at our Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website.
Finally, be sure to check out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find hilarious Meme's, inspirational encouragement, helpful articles, and life-saving prodcuts to help on your parenting journey.  Our social media site is your one stop parenting shop for all your parenting needs!
Today we are with Terry Linhart (PhD, Purdue University), who is the Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Bethel College, where he teaches ministry-related courses. His research and writing has focused on missions, evangelism, multicultural ministry, and leadership development. He is the co-author of What Can We Do?, and author of Teaching the Next Generations, The Self Aware Leader, Middle School Talksheets: Life of Christ and High School Talksheets: Life of Christ. Terry and his wife, Kelly, have three children, Lauren, Jayson, and Sean.
Today we are discussing his article: "Endurance Trumps Enthusiasm: Where Youth Ministry Can Thwart Adolescent Faith Development".  Throughout our conversation we also discuss a book that every parent of a teen or tween should read called Sticky Faith.  Terry's thought provoking question this week is: Are your children helpful without being asked? This has really helped me to recognize heart issues with my own children that we can work on so they have a humble spirit looking to be helpful even when they are not asked.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).

Episode 96

Episode 95

Episode 94

Images of His Beauty with Tracy Steel

Images of His Beauty with Tracy Steel

Blended Families with Kimberley Mitchell

Incorporating God's word into our parenting is sometimes difficult to do.  Join us today as Tracy Steel helps us to know how to remove the lies that our children believe and replace those lies with the truth of His word.  We will be discussing her book Images of His Beauty.

Tracy Steel is an author speaker, mentor and shepherd of teen and young adult women.  She graduated from Phoenix Seminary and formerly served as the director of female students at Scottsdale Bible Church in Arizona.  She is happily married to a pilot in the air force and has 2 children.
Have you ever been concerned about how consumed your children are with their image?  Join us today as Tracy Steel helps us to know how to help our children find their identity in Christ alone.  We will be discussing her book Images of His Beauty and she will share some great tips and tricks of how to steer your children away from an eating disorder.

Tracy Steel is an author speaker, mentor and shepherd of teen and young adult women.  She graduated from Phoenix Seminary and formerly served as the director of female students at Scottsdale Bible Church in Arizona.  She is happily married to a pilot in the air force and has 2 children.
Have you ever thought about the family dynamics that a blended family has to navigate?  Today Kimberley Mitchell shares the good, the bad, and the difficult family dynamics of a blended family, and how to navigate through difficult situations.  

Kimberley Mitchell is known as “Just a Canadian Girl in Nashville” and is the co-host of the Solo Parent Society, as well as a blogger for See, Hear, Love, a Christian talk show based in Canada.  Today we will be discussing her experiences as a single mom, and what her transition to a blended family looked like.

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Episode 92

Episode 91

Blended Families with Kimberley Mitchell

Blended Families with Kimberley Mitchell

Dear Boys with Dustin Kaehr

Have you ever noticed how much our children compare themselves to each other?  Today Kimberley Mitchell explains how this comparison is heightened in a blended family situation, and how she believes the best way to combat this comparison game is love. 
 
Kimberley Mitchell is known as “Just a Canadian Girl in Nashville” and is the co-host of the Solo Parent Society, as well as a blogger for See, Hear, Love, a Christian talk show based in Canada.  Today we will be discussing her experiences as a single mom, and what her transition to a blended family looked like.
Have you ever wondered what it is like for someone who is going from being a single parent to a blended family?  Today Kimberley Mitchell is going to share her experiences of becoming a blended family.  

Kimberley Mitchell is known as “Just a Canadian Girl in Nashville” and is the co-host of the Solo Parent Society, as well as a blogger for See, Hear, Love, a Christian talk show based in Canada.  Today we will be discussing her experiences as a single mom, and what her transition to a blended family looked like.
Does life ever seem mundane?  Maybe something out of the ordinary will be just the connection you need with your child to communicate to them in a new way. Listen today as Dustin Kaehr discusses the rituals he put in place to make a difference in the lives of his boys.

Dustin Kaehr, is a leadership and business coach with over 20 years of experience working with large and small organizations.  He is a speaker and author who’s life work is to help people think differently, lead courageously, and live passionately.  He does this through his own leadership and business coaching company and by working part time at his church.  With 4 boys, he and his wife of nearly 20 years have a prayer, drive and focus to raise their boys into Godly men.  His book “Dear Boys” is his greatest passion.  Use the promo code PTL50 to get 50% off Dustin's book Dear Boys.

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Episode 89

Episode 88

Dear Boys with Dustin Kaehr

Dear Boys with Dustin Kaehr

Unexpected Blessings with Sandra Peoples

Have you ever written a personal mission statement for your life? Listen today as Dustin Kaehr shares his life mission, and how he is imprinting that mission into the lives of his teenage boys and how we can be living out our life mission in ways that we may not even be able to imagine.

Dustin Kaehr, is a leadership and business coach with over 20 years of experience working with large and small organizations.  He is a speaker and author who’s life work is to help people think differently, lead courageously, and live passionately.  He does this through his own leadership and business coaching company and by working part time at his church.  With 4 boys, he and his wife of nearly 20 years have a prayer, drive and focus to raise their boys into Godly men.  His book “Dear Boys” is his greatest passion.  Use the promo code PTL50 to get 50% off Dustin's book Dear Boys.
Do you ever feel like your mundane is just not making a long term impact? Listen today as Dustin Kaehr shares his life mission, and how he is imprinting that mission into the lives of his teenage boys and sometimes that mission might be lived out in the small mundane tasks of every day life.

Dustin Kaehr, is a leadership and business coach with over 20 years of experience working with large and small organizations.  He is a speaker and author who’s life work is to help people think differently, lead courageously, and live passionately.  He does this through his own leadership and business coaching company and by working part time at his church.  With 4 boys, he and his wife of nearly 20 years have a prayer, drive and focus to raise their boys into Godly men.  His book “Dear Boys” is his greatest passion.  Use the promo code PTL50 to get 50% off Dustin's book Dear Boys.
Have you ever wondered if the sacrifices that you are making for your children will make a lasting impact?  Listen as Sandra Peoples shares how her mother made some impactful deciisons for her older sister with down syndrome, which then motivated Sandra to make a difference in her son James' life as well.

Sandra Peoples, is a leading voice in the disability community as an encourager to special-needs parents. She has been a member of a special-needs family since the day she was born. Her older sister has Down syndrome, and in 2010 her son James was diagnosed with autism. Sandra is the executive editor for Key Ministry and Not Alone, and her writing has been featured by FamilyLife Today, DaySpring, Parenting Teens ( aka LifeWay), and (in)courage. Sandra, her husband, and their two boys live outside of Houston. You can connect with her at her website and you can preorder her book at Amazon.

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Episode 85

Unexpected Blessings with Sandra Peoples

Unexpected Blessings with Sandra Peoples

Unexpected Blessings with Sandra Peoples

Have you ever thought about how difficult a simply activity like attending church could be for a special needs family?  Listen as Sandra Peoples discusses what churches could do to partner with special needs parents.  I highly encourage you to share this episode with your pastor or children's pastor at your church so they can learn how to reach this group of people.

Sandra Peoples, is a leading voice in the disability community as an encourager to special-needs parents. She has been a member of a special-needs family since the day she was born. Her older sister has Down syndrome, and in 2010 her son James was diagnosed with autism. Sandra is the executive editor for Key Ministry and Not Alone, and her writing has been featured by FamilyLife Today, DaySpring, Parenting Teens ( aka LifeWay), and (in)courage. Sandra, her husband, and their two boys live outside of Houston. You can connect with her at her website and you can preorder her book at Amazon.
Do you ever wonder how having a special needs sibling will affect your traditional child?  Listen as Sandra Peoples shares her story of first being a special needs sibling, and now a special needs parent.

Sandra Peoples, is a leading voice in the disability community as an encourager to special-needs parents. She has been a member of a special-needs family since the day she was born. Her older sister has Down syndrome, and in 2010 her son James was diagnosed with autism. Sandra is the executive editor for Key Ministry and Not Alone, and her writing has been featured by FamilyLife Today, DaySpring, Parenting Teens ( aka LifeWay), and (in)courage. Sandra, her husband, and their two boys live outside of Houston. You can connect with her at her website and you can preorder her book at Amazon.
Are you the parent of a special needs child who is struggling with your child’s diagnosis?  Do you need encouragement in your day to day life?  Or maybe you need some perspective on what it is like to have a special needs child and how you can bless another family in this situation.  Today Sandra Peoples shares her story of receiving an autism diagnosis for her son, and what it is like to raise a special needs child.  She shares that even though a special needs diagnosis might be your plan B it is actually God’s plan A for your life and the life of your child.
Sandra Peoples, is a leading voice in the disability community as an encourager to special-needs parents. She has been a member of a special-needs family since the day she was born. Her older sister has Down syndrome, and in 2010 her son James was diagnosed with autism. Sandra is the executive editor for Key Ministry and Not Alone, and her writing has been featured by FamilyLife Today, DaySpring, Parenting Teens ( aka LifeWay), and (in)courage. Sandra, her husband, and their two boys live outside of Houston. You can connect with her at her website and you can preorder her book at Amazon.

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Episode 82

Parenting Scripts with Amber Lia

Parenting Scripts with Amber Lia

Parenting Scripts with Amber Lia

Are you raising an entitled child? How can you be sure? Listen today as Amber Lia discusses her book Parenting Scripts  and reveals what she believes are the key triggers to raising entitled children.
Amber Lia is a former high school English teacher who earned her BA in English Literature from and her Master’s Degree in Leadership and Educational Administration. She is a girly-girl to the core, and finds a lot of humor in the fact that she has a “TESTOSTER-HOME”! Amber and her husband Guy own a production company called Storehouse Media Group,   and have been married eleven years.  They parent 4 boys who they are raising to be knights.
Have you ever known what your child needs you to do to help them learn a lesson but been afraid of following through because you were worried about what other parents, teachers, or friends might think of you? Today Amber Lia discusses her book Parenting Scripts  and she shares with us how being a consistent and effective parent takes some very thick skin.
Amber Lia is a former high school English teacher who earned her BA in English Literature from and her Master’s Degree in Leadership and Educational Administration. She is a girly-girl to the core, and finds a lot of humor in the fact that she has a “TESTOSTER-HOME”! Amber and her husband Guy own a production company called Storehouse Media Group,   and have been married eleven years.  They parent 4 boys who they are raising to be knights.
Do you ever strugle to find the best way to confront your children?  Do you ever leave a confrontation wishing you could have said something better or different?  Today Amber Lia discusses her book Parenting Scripts  which gives us a plan on how to confront our children with common issues.  This is a super practical conversation (and book) which you can apply to your parenting journey. 
Amber Lia is a former high school English teacher who earned her BA in English Literature from and her Master’s Degree in Leadership and Educational Administration. She is a girly-girl to the core, and finds a lot of humor in the fact that she has a “TESTOSTER-HOME”! Amber and her husband Guy own a production company called Storehouse Media Group,   and have been married eleven years.  They parent 4 boys who they are raising to be knights.

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Praying for Girls with Teri Lynne Underwood

Praying for Girls with Teri Lynne Underwood

Praying for Girls with Teri Lynne Underwood

Is your instinct as a parent to step in, or to pray?  Today Teri Lynne Underwood discusses her book Praying for Girls and explains the importance of taking a step back in our parenting and giving the Holy Spirit a chance to work in our children's so they learn to rely on Him rather than on us as they grown and mature.
If you are interested in becoming a part time Alive and Well teacher you can check out their website and then email [email protected] for more information.
Teri Lynne Underwood leads prayers for girls, a popular online community for mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and anyone else who wants to invest in praying for the girls in their lives. A writer, ministry speaker, and Bible study teacher, she is a frequent contributor to parenting blogs and is consistently on the hunt for ways to communicate truth with grace, and if possible, humor.  Teri Lynne and her husband live in northern Alabama with their teenage daughter.
Do you step in with your children more than you should?  Today Teri Lynne Underwood discusses her book Praying for Girls and shares honestly about how we could be crippling our chidlren by stepping in too quickly.
If you are interested in becoming a part time Alive and Well teacher you can check out their website and then email [email protected] for more information.
Teri Lynne Underwood leads prayers for girls, a popular online community for mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and anyone else who wants to invest in praying for the girls in their lives. A writer, ministry speaker, and Bible study teacher, she is a frequent contributor to parenting blogs and is consistently on the hunt for ways to communicate truth with grace, and if possible, humor.  Teri Lynne and her husband live in northern Alabama with their teenage daughter.
Do you ever wonder why teens today have so much anxiety and if there is anything we as parents can do about it?  Today Teri Lynne Underwood discusses her book Praying for Girls and how we can help our children point to Jesus when they are struggling with anxiety.  She also gives practical tips on how to minimize the amount of anxiety they have in their life.
If you are interested in becoming a part time Alive and Well teacher you can check out their website and then email [email protected] for more information.
Teri Lynne Underwood leads prayers for girls, a popular online community for mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and anyone else who wants to invest in praying for the girls in their lives. A writer, ministry speaker, and Bible study teacher, she is a frequent contributor to parenting blogs and is consistently on the hunt for ways to communicate truth with grace, and if possible, humor.  Teri Lynne and her husband live in northern Alabama with their teenage daughter.

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The Importance of Scripture Memorization with Jody Saunders

The Importance of Scripture Memorization with Jody Saunders

iShine with Brad Mathias

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Are you concerned with the amount of time your child spends in front of a screen? Today, Brad Mathias from  iShine discusses practical ways that we can give the gospel a louder voice than media in the lives of our children.
Brad is president of Bema Media LLC, the parent company of iShine. He also serves as co-pastor of the Four Winds Anglican Mission in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Brad and his wife, Paige, have been married for over twenty-two years and are the parents of three teenagers.  Brad is actively engaged in public ministry to families in crisis and is an ardent outdoorsman, adventurer, and lifelong fan of road-tripping. Be sure to check out his book Roadtrip to Redemption as well as his blog.

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Why Wellness Needs a New Set of Glasses with Alison Buehler

Why Wellness Needs a New Set of Glasses with Alison Buehler

Do you ever feel like you don't have enough energy to make it through the day?  Do you have chronic head or body aches that make it difficult to focus on the task at hand?  
Alison Buehler and her husband, inspire families to create lives full of purpose, vitality, community, and connection.  Alison earned her doctoral degree in educational leadership, and found her niche in nonprofits ten years ago when she decided to combine chasing her passions with chasing her children. She currently directs of The Homestead Education Center and works in a local community center as the health and wellness coordinator. 
Have you ever known that you need to make healthy choices, but you just don't feel like you are able to make the sacrifices necessary to follow through with those choices?
Alison Buehler and her husband, inspire families to create lives full of purpose, vitality, community, and connection.  Alison earned her doctoral degree in educational leadership, and found her niche in nonprofits ten years ago when she decided to combine chasing her passions with chasing her children. She currently directs of The Homestead Education Center and works in a local community center as the health and wellness coordinator. 

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i-Shine with Brad Mathias

Do you ever wish there was a Christian alternative to TV, social media, and music?  Well today, Brad Mathias shares about iShine, the world's largets preteen Christian media group.
Brad is president of Bema Media LLC, the parent company of iShine. He also serves as co-pastor of the Four Winds Anglican Mission in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Brad and his wife, Paige, have been married for over twenty-two years and are the parents of three teenagers.  Brad is actively engaged in public ministry to families in crisis and is an ardent outdoorsman, adventurer, and lifelong fan of road-tripping. Be sure to check out his book Roadtrip to Redemption as well as his blog.

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Going Solo with Robert Beeson

Going Solo with Robert Beeson

Walk It Out with Tricia Goyer

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Caught Not Taught with Julie Rupp

Walk It Out with Tricia Goyer

Walk It Out with Tricia Goyer


I pray that you are inspired to grow in your own personal walk from Tricia's words, and from that inspiration allow your children to grow in their walk as well.  

To find out more invormation about Tricia you can check out her website.  You can also find a copy of her book on Amazon or wherever books are sold.

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Caught Not Taught with Julie Rupp

Caught Not Taught with Julie Rupp

Caught Not Taught with Julie Rupp

Do you have a mentor in your life?  Today Julie's husband Todd takes over the microphone, as she shares about the most difficult season of their life and the role that mentors played during that season.  They are also celebrating the launch of her new book, Caught Not Taught ( e-book now available on Amazon, paperback book coming soon!) as well as the one year anniversary of the podcast.

In the midst of hearing about Julie's upbringing and family, you will discover the dramatic influence her parents had on her life, and hopefully that will give you the courage and motivation to stay the course in your own parenting journey.

To find out more information about Julie, you can check out her website, as well as follow her on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter

Be sure to give the podcast a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

In the midst of hearing about Julie's upbringing and family, you will discover the dramatic influence her parents had on her life, and hopefully that will give you the courage and motivation to stay the course in your own parenting journey.

To find out more information about Julie, you can check out her website, as well as follow her on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter

Be sure to give the podcast a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

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Too Blessed to be Stressed with Gaye Burch

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Faith Gymnastics with Mark Mays

Faith Gymnastics with Mark Mays

Faith Gymnastics with Mark Mays

Mark serves as Fellowship Missionary Church's Youth Ministries Director. He oversees ministries from birth through young adults.  Mark and his wife Amy, have been married for 22 years and three children. He is an avid runner and loves outdoor adventures with his family and friends.

Today Mark discusses how important it is to help our children find their true identity in Christ, and how to create positive family rhythms to help foster that identity.

If you have not yet done so, be sure to follow Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter!  Lastly, if you have not yet done so, please write us a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio so we can know how to better serve you!
Mark serves as Fellowship Missionary Church's Youth Ministries Director. He oversees ministries from birth through young adults.  Mark and his wife Amy, have been married for 22 years and three children. He is an avid runner and loves outdoor adventures with his family and friends.

Today Mark discusses a concept he calls Faith gymnastics.  He challenges us parents to really think through how we are spending our time and money, and to make sure that our priorities on our schedule line up with the priorities that we say we have in our life.

If you have not yet done so, be sure to follow Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter!  Lastly, if you have not yet done so, please write us a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio so we can know how to better serve you!

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Chasing Slow with Erin Loechner

Chasing Slow with Erin Loechner

Chasing Slow with Erin Loechner

Author of  Chasing Slow and founder of  Design for Mankind, Erin Loechner has been blogging and speaking for more than a decade. Her heartfelt writing and design work has been showcased in The New York Times, Lucky, Parenting, Dwell, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Huffington Post, and a two-season HGTV.com web special, garnering over one million fans worldwide. She has spoken for and appeared in renowned international events for clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, Martha Stewart and Home Depot. Now nestled in a Midwestern town, Erin, her husband, and two kids strive for less in most areas except three: joy, grace, and goat cheese.
In today's episode Erin explains how important it is to give ourselves grace in our parenting journey as we are learning, and failing along the way.  She also explains the importance of blessing our children with heatfelt appologies as we learn these valuable lessons.
To learn more about Erin you can check out our website  or you can read her blog as well.
Author of  Chasing Slow and founder of  Design for Mankind, Erin Loechner has been blogging and speaking for more than a decade. Her heartfelt writing and design work has been showcased in The New York Times, Lucky, Parenting, Dwell, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Huffington Post, and a two-season HGTV.com web special, garnering over one million fans worldwide. She has spoken for and appeared in renowned international events for clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, Martha Stewart and Home Depot. Now nestled in a Midwestern town, Erin, her husband, and two kids strive for less in most areas except three: joy, grace, and goat cheese.
In today's episode Erin impresses the importance of a grateful heart and modeling thankfulness for our children.  She also encourages parents with the truth that God gave us our children for a reason, and we are the perfect match for them.  We do not need to become the perfect parent, we simply need to point our children to the perfect parent, our Heavenly Father.

Author of Chasing Slow and founder of Design for Mankind, Erin Loechner has been blogging and speaking for more than a decade. Her heartfelt writing and design work has been showcased in The New York Times, Lucky, Parenting, Dwell, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Huffington Post, and a two-season HGTV.com web special, garnering over one million fans worldwide. She has spoken for and appeared in renowned international events for clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, Martha Stewart and Home Depot. Now nestled in a Midwestern town, Erin, her husband, and two kids strive for less in most areas except three: joy, grace, and goat cheese.  Today she shares with us the importance of being content where we are rather than constantly chasing the next big thing.

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Natural Healing with Kelley Marvin

Real-Life Romance with Rhonda Stoppe

Have you ever struggled being on the same page with your spouse?  Do you find it difficult to find time for your spouse with the craziness of being a parent?  Rhonda walks us through both of these issues in todays episode.  Rhonda Stoppe is our first guest to arrive a second time on the podcast.  I would encourage you to check out Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7 and Episode 8 to listen to my previous conversation with Rhonda on her book Mom's Raising Sons to be Men.  Today Rhonda is discussing her newest book Real-Life Romance which is true stories of couples who found their deepest satisfaction in God…which opened their hearts to the love of a lifetime.  So whether you are encouraging your teen son or daughter to have patience to wait for the love of their life, or if you are looking to reignite your love with your spouse, you will love the true stories in this book. Rhonda is a mom to 4 adult children, a grandmother to 5 grandchildren, as well as a sought after speaker and author.  Rhonda is dedicated to helping women live life with no regrets and has over 20 years experience as a mom and Pastor's wife.

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Natural Healing with Kelley Marvin

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Real-Life Romance with Rhonda Stoppe

Real-Life Romance with Rhonda Stoppe

Real-Life Romance with Rhonda Stoppe

Rhonda Stoppe is our first guest to arrive a second time on the podcast.  I would encourage you to check out Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7 and Episode 8 to listen to my previous conversation with Rhonda on her book Mom's Raising Sons to be Men.  Today Rhonda is discussing her newest book Real-Life Romance which is true stories of couples who found their deepest satisfaction in God…which opened their hearts to the love of a lifetime.  So whether you are encouraging your teen son or daughter to have patience to wait for the love of their life, or if you are looking to reignite your love with your spouse, you will love the true stories in this book. In today's episode Rhonda discusses the importance of praying for our children's future spouse, as well as modeling a healthy marraige for them to mirror as they grow up.  Rhonda is a mom to 4 adult children, a grandmother to 5 grandchildren, as well as a sought after speaker and author.  Rhonda is dedicated to helping women live life with no regrets and has over 20 years experience as a mom and Pastor's wife.
Rhonda Stoppe is our first guest to arrive a second time on the podcast.  I would encourage you to check out Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7 and Episode 8 to listen to my previous conversation with Rhonda on her book Mom's Raising Sons to be Men.  Today Rhonda is discussing her newest book Real-Life Romance which is true stories of couples who found their deepest satisfaction in God…which opened their hearts to the love of a lifetime.  So whether you are encouraging your teen son or daughter to have patience to wait for the love of their life, or if you are looking to reignite your love with your spouse, you will love the true stories in this book. In today's episode Rhonda discusses the specific conversations she had with her children to encourage them to choose purity and to focus on their relationship with Jesus as they grow and mature.  Rhonda is a mom to 4 adult children, a grandmother to 5 grandchildren, as well as a sought after speaker and author.  Rhonda is dedicated to helping women live life with no regrets and has over 20 years experience as a mom,
Rhonda Stoppe is our first guest to arrive a second time on the podcast.  I would encourage you to check out Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7 and Episode 8 to listen to my previous conversation with Rhonda on her book Mom's Raising Sons to be Men. 
Today Rhonda is discussing her newest book Real-Life Romance which is true stories of couples who found their deepest satisfaction in God…which opened their hearts to the love of a lifetime.  So whether you are encouraging your teen son or daughter to have patience to wait for the love of their life, or if you are looking to reignite your love with your spouse, you will love the true stories in this book.
In today's episode, we also discuss a previous episode with September McCarthy (Episode 43, Episode 44, and Episode 45) which I would encourage you to listen to as well.
Rhonda is a mom to 4 adult children, a grandmother to 5 grandchildren, as well as a sought after speaker and author.  Rhonda is dedicated to helping women live life with no regrets and has over 20 years experience as a mom, mentor, and pastor’s wife.  If you would like to find out more information about Rhonda you can check out her website or check out our Tools and Resources Page as well.

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Yusanda Blackmon

Yusanda Blackmon is the co-founder of Latter Rain Missions and Training Center and Latter Rain Ministries.   She also serves as the Director of Community Engagement for Joshua’s Hand Inc.  Today she will share with us the importance of feeling empowered as a parent to take our role of teaching our children seriously.  If you would like to connect with Yusanda, you can contact her through her website or through Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders Website.
Today Yusanda discusses how important our parenting is as we are having impact on generations to come that we will be completely unaware of.  She encourages parents to embrace each moment with their children.

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September McCarthy:  Motherhood Matters

September McCarthy:  Motherhood Matters

September McCarthy:  Motherhood Matters

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Amy Cornwell:  Essential Oils

Amy Cornwell:  Essential Oils

Arlene Pellicane:  Growing Up Social Part III

Arlene Pellicane, is an author and speaker with a BA from Biola University and a MA from Regent University. Before becoming a speaker and author, Arlene served as a features reporter for the 700 Club and associate director for Turning Point Television with David Jeremiah. Arlene is a co-author with Gary Chapman for the book “Growing Up Social - Raising Relational Kids in a screen driven world”. Arlene is passionate about helping others find more closeness to God and others and more purpose in their day to day life. She believes life can be marked by joy, and she is excited to help others figure out how to find more joy in their marraige, parenting, health, and personal growth. 
To find out more information about Arlene, you can visit Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website, or visit her website as well.  You can buy a copy of her book by clicking here.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).

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Arlene Pellicane:  Growing Up Social

Arlene Pellicane:  Growing Up Social

Eva Marie Taylor:  Grace Within

Arlene Pellicane, is an author and speaker with a BA from Biola University and a MA from Regent University. Before becoming a speaker and author, Arlene served as a features reporter for the 700 Club and associate director for Turning Point Television with David Jeremiah. Arlene is a co-author with Gary Chapman for the book “Growing Up Social - Raising Relational Kids in a screen driven world”. Arlene is passionate about helping others find more closeness to God and others and more purpose in their day to day life. She believes life can be marked by joy, and she is excited to help others figure out how to find more joy in their marraige, parenting, health, and personal growth. 
To find out more information about Arlene, you can visit Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website, or visit her website as well.  You can buy a copy of her book by clicking here.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
Arlene Pellicane, is an author and speaker with a BA from Biola University and a MA from Regent University. Before becoming a speaker and author, Arlene served as a features reporter for the 700 Club and associate director for Turning Point Television with David Jeremiah. Arlene is a co-author with Gary Chapman for the book “Growing Up Social - Raising Relational Kids in a screen driven world”. Arlene is passionate about helping others find more closeness to God and others and more purpose in their day to day life. She believes life can be marked by joy, and she is excited to help others figure out how to find more joy in their marraige, parenting, health, and personal growth. 
To find out more information about Arlene, you can visit Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website, or visit her website as well.  You can buy a copy of her book by clicking here.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).
Eva is a two time published illustrator and seasoned chalk artist and hand lettering professional.  She describes herself as a mompreneur who equips home based business entrepreneurs with the skills, habits & mindset to dominate in their business.  Today she shares with us the importance of clearing your mind to allow your creative juices to flow.  Eva also shares about her coloring book Grace Within.
To find out more information about Eva, you can visit Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website, or visit her website as well.  You can buy a copy of her coloring book at Walmart, Target, or Amazon.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio (so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!), and share this episode with your friends and family (through social media, text message, or email!).

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Eva Marie Taylor

David Rausch:  Teaching the Bible to your kids

David Rausch:  Teaching the Bible to your kids

Eva is a two time published illustrator and seasoned chalk artist and hand lettering professional.  She describes herself as a mompreneur who equips home based business entrepreneurs with the skills, habits & mindset to dominate in their business.  Today she shares with us how her entrepreneural journey began, and helps us understand some tricks she has found to be helpful on how to have a successful work/family life balance.  Eva also shares about her coloring book Grace Within.
To find out more information about Eva, you can visit Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website, or visit her website as well.  You can buy a copy of her coloring book at Walmart, Target, or Amazon.
If you have not yet done so, be sure to write a review for the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher radio so other parents can utilize our free resources as well!
If you have not yet done so, please write a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio  to help others that are searching for valuable parenting information to find our podcast!  
Today we get to hear once again from David Rausch, founder of Mooblio Inc.   David has served as a children’s pastor for 14 years when God called him into starting Mooblio Inc. (a made up word that means “how can we help you”), a non-profit organization devoted to equipping and training children’s ministries.  Mooblio focuses on creating GO! Curriculum which provides an interactive experience that transforms kids mind, hearts, and hands for God.  Today David shares with us what our role is to impress the gospel onto our children, and what role the church should play in that area of life as well.
If you have not yet done so, please write a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio  to help others that are searching for valuable parenting information to find our podcast!  
Today we get to hear once again from David Rausch, founder of  Mooblio Inc.   David has served as a children’s pastor for 14 years when God called him into starting Mooblio Inc. (a made up word that means “how can we help you”), a non-profit organization devoted to equipping and training children’s ministries.  Mooblio focuses on creating GO! Curriculum which provides an interactive experience that transforms kids mind, hearts, and hands for God.  Today David shares with us what our role is to impress the gospel onto our children, and what role the church should play in that area of life as well.

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David Rausch:  Teaching the Bible to your kids

Christy Cabe:  Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels

Christy Cabe:  Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels

David has served as a children’s pastor for 14 years when God called him into starting Mooblio Inc . (a made up word that means “how can we help you”), a non-profit organization devoted to equipping and training children’s ministries.  Mooblio focuses on creating GO! Curriculum which provides an interactive experience that transforms kids mind, hearts, and hands for God.
If you have not yet done so, please write a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio  to help others that are searching for valuable parenting information to find our podcast!  
If you have not yet done so, please write a review for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio to help other parents looking for valuable resources to find Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders.

This week Christy Cabe shares with us about how important it is as parents to care for ourselves during difficult situations with our family.  She also talks about how to have appropriate expectations to live at peace with our family.  To read more about Christy's life, you can order a copy of her book Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels , and check out her webpage .  Or you can check out the Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website for more information.

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Christy Cabe:  Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels

Roxanna Grimes:  Pearl

Roxanna Grimes:  Pearl


This week Christy Cabe shares with us about what it was like to get the news that her son had cancer.  To read more about Christy's life, you can order a copy of her book Brownie Crumbs and Other Life Morsels , and check out her webpage .  Or you can check out the Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders website for more information.
Be sure to LIKE our facebook page for a chance to win a FREE book or FREE piece of jewelry from Roxanna Grimes.

In this episode Roxanna describes what it looks like to be truly loved by God, and how that true and pure love can empower us, as well as humble us, and help us to live to be the pearls that God has created us to be.

To order a copy of Roxanna’s book “Pearl - the art of being found loved, and valued in the heart of God” you can  check out the Tools and Resources page.  You can contact Roxanna through email ,   Instagram Facebook , or through her website .  You can also join Roxanna in her Identity workshop by clicking here


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Today Roxanna shares with us how sometimes we as parents can be physically present in the home with our children, but emotionally absent in their lives.  She shares the long term side effects that come from being an absent parent, and how incredibly important it is to be present wherever your body is.
To order a copy of Roxanna’s book “Pearl - the art of being found loved, and valued in the heart of God” you can visit Amazon, or check out the Tools and Resources page.  You can contact Roxanna through email (click HERE), Instagram (click HERE), Facebook, (click HERE) or through her website (Click HERE) You can also join Roxanna in one of her Identity workshops (click HERE). 

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Roxanna Grimes:  Pearl

The Sunflowerz:  Made to Shine

The Sunflowerz:  Made to Shine

Tag Parenting Tomorrow’s Leaders in your social media platform by August 10th for a chance to win FREE jewelry or a FREE book from Roxanna Grimes, author of “Pearl - the art of being found, loved, and valued in the heart of God”.  Every tag on Instagram @parentingtomorrowsleaders, Facebook - Parenting Tomorrows Leaders, or Twitter @parentingtl will get your name in the fishbowl to WIN!
Today Roxanna shares with us how sometimes we as parents can be physically present in the home with our children, but emotionally absent in their lives.  She shares the long term side effects that come from being an absent parent, and how incredibly important it is to be present wherever your body is.
To order a copy of Roxanna’s book “Pearl - the art of being found loved, and valued in the heart of God” you can visit Amazon, or check out the Tools and Resources page.  You can contact Roxanna through email (click HERE), Instagram (click HERE), Facebook, (click HERE) or through her website (Click HERE) You can also join Roxanna in one of her Identity workshops (click HERE). 
Don't forget as you are going throughout your week to use #parentingtomorrowsleaders on all your social media postings to get put into a drawing for a FREE copy of the Sonflowerz book "Made to Shine - a Girls Only Devotional."  This is your LAST WEEK to use the #parentingtomorrowsleaders.

The Sonflowerz, share once again about their book "Made to Shine".  This week they discuss thankfulness and the importance of teaching our children how to be thankful even in difficult circumstances.  They also share about the dangerous pitfalls that come with comparison.  

If you would like to order a copy of their book, Made to Shine, you can check out Amazon, or the Tools and Resources page of parentingtomorrowsleaders.com. To check out their most recent albums and learn more about the  Sonflowerz, you can visit their website.
Don't forget as you are going throughout your week to use #parentingtomorrowsleaders on all your social media postings to get put into a drawing for a FREE copy of the Sonflowerz book "Made to Shine - a Girls Only Devotional."

The Sonflowerz, share once again about their book "Made to Shine".  This week they discuss depression and how we as parents can have faith in God through difficult seasons in our childrens lives.  They talk about how we can actually offer hope to our children simply by modeling a dynamic prayer life and having faith in God through our children's struggles.
If you would like to order a copy of their book, Made to Shine, you can check out Amazon, or the Tools and Resources page of parentingtomorrowsleaders.com. To check out their most recent albums and learn more about the  Sonflowerz, you can visit their website.

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The Sunflowerz:  Made to Shine

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Episode 22

Clinton Faupel from Remedy Live

Clinton Faupel from Remedy Live

This week we are with a musical group of sisters, Elissa and Becca Leander as they discuss their book " Made to Shine - a Girls Only Devotional ".  Elissa and Becca discuss with us how it is only possible to shine through Jesus, and how we can help our children learn how to find their true identity in Christ so that they can SHINE as the true children of God they were created to be.  

Click here if you would like to order a copy of their book, Made to Shine, or click here if you would like to check out their most recent albums .  You can also find out more information about the Sunflowerz by visiting their website , or by checking out Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders Tools and Resources Page .
Today Clinton explains how vital it is to allow our children to confess their sins.  Soemtimes in a Christian culture we accidentally raise our children feeling condemned for just talking about their sins.  Clinton teaches how toxic this way of thinking is, and how important it is to raise our children in an environment conducive to talking to Mom and Dad about our struggles.

Be sure to share this series with your youth pastor, YFC/Campus Life director, or even principal of your child's Middle School or High School as the resources Remedy Live has to offer for teen and pre-teen parents is invaluable.

If you know of someone who would benefit from chatting with a Soul Medic, they can TEXT 494949 to start a conversation.
If you would like information about RemedyLive you can visit their website, and if you are a parent of a hurting teen, you can check out the Parenting Resources that Remedy has put together as well.

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Triggers with Wendy Speake Part II

Clinton Faupel from Remedy Live

Triggers with Wendy Speake Part III

Be sure to rate the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher radio  for a chance to win a FREE copy of Wendy's book "Triggers - Exchanging Parent's Angry Reactions for Gentle, Biblical Responses"

Today Wendy shares with us the importance of having margin in our family life, and the importance of nights spent at home in this busy fast paced world.  This message is one that every 21st century American family should hear to make sure they are making the best decisions for their family. This information is based off of Wendy Speake's book “Triggers - Exchanging Parents’ Angry Reactions for Gentle Biblical Responses”. 

To order Wendy's book go to the 
or AMAZON

You can connect with Wendy on her WEBSITE  or find her articles at the MOB SOCIETY.
Be sure to write a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio THIS WEEK to be put in a drawing to win a FREE copy of Wendy's book "Triggers"!

In this second episode with Wendy Speake on her book “Triggers", Wendy explains the importance of using God’s Word as a scalpel instead of a hammer.  Wendy teaches us how to use God’s word to penetrate into the lives of our children rather than using it as a tool to beat them with.  You can order Wendy's book through the Tools and Resources Page or directly from Amazon.

You can connect with Wendy through her website

You can also find some of her articles by visiting the MOB society :

Or join her facebook group:  No More Angry MOB

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Triggers with Wendy Speake

Start with Amen with Beth Guckenberger

Whether you love or loathe Mother's Day
with Sara Ward

Have you ever experienced your children saying or doing something that immediately puts you in an unhealthy state?  Where it is almost like you can barely control your frustration because of what they said or did.  Well, that is what Wendy's book "Triggers - Exchanging Parents' Angry Reactions for Gentle Biblical Responses" is all about.  Wendy shares with us how to change our mindset so that we do not act like children, but instead remember our role as parent.  To order Wendy's book you can go to:

parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources
Or:
www.amazon.com/Triggers-Exchangi…bd2f209a73fb27f89

You can connect with Wendy at:
wendyspeake.com/

You can also find some of her articles by visiting the MOB society:

www.themobsociety.com/

Or join her facebook group at:
www.facebook.com/groups/nomoreangrymob
Beth Guckenberger is the co-executive director of Back2back ministries.  In this episode she talks about and her new book “Start with Amen”, where you literally start all of your prayers recognizing God’s sovereignty, and your position of surrender to your Heavenly Father.    This position helps you to say “so be it Lord!” in any and every situation, and allows you to be spiritually relaxed through your life, as well as your parenting journey.
She also shares about orphans and foster care, and how we can transform hurt children into thriving adults, who then raise thriving children.  She talks about how we can do this by empathetically connecting with a child before correcting their behavior.  She discusses the importance of teaching children to use words, and to be able to communicate their feelings and emotions rather than express themselves with disruptive behavior.
To connect with Beth you can go to:
www.bethguckenberger.com/
or:
back2back.org/
You can purchase her book “Start with Amen” here:
www.amazon.com/Start-Amen-Learne…s=start+with+amen

Today we have part 2 of our special Mother’s Day episode with blog writer Sara Ward.  Sara is the mother to 3 children, and is married to Sam, who is a worship pastor in Fort Wayne, IN. Sara is bringing us new perspective on Mother’s Day, encouraging us this Mother’s day season to remember the hurting mother.  Whether that be the mother struggling with infertility, miscarriage, a scary diagnosis, or loss, there are many hurting mother’s in our midst that quite often get over looked during this special holiday.   Sara gives us helpful insights on how to care for these mothers while still having a special holiday with our family.  To read Sara’s blog you can go to:
parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources
Or visit her website at:
poetsandsaints.com/?s=mother%27s+day

Today we have a special Mother’s Day episode for you with blog writer Sara Ward. Sara is the mother to 3 children, and is married to Sam, who is a worship pastor in Fort Wayne, IN. Sara is bringing us new perspective on Mother’s Day, encouraging us this Mother’s day season to remember the hurting mother. Whether that be the mother struggling with infertility, miscarriage, a scary diagnosis, or loss, there are many hurting mother’s in our midst that quite often get over looked during this special holiday. Sara gives us helpful insights on how to care for these mothers while still having a special holiday with our family. To read Sara’s blog you can go to:

parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources

Or visit her website at:

poetsandsaints.com/?s=mother%27s+day

On this episode Pam Farrel, author of "The 10 Best Decisions Every Parent Can Make" shares with us how we need to become proactive parents, meaning we need to keep the end in mind when we are making our parenting decisions. She also shares how parenting is caught more than taught, and how our children will pick up on our actions much more than our words. Her focus is on our children's character, as well as our character as the parents to our children. To find out more about Pam, the wealth of books she has written, or to read her blog, you can go to:
love-wise.com/
To order her book "The 10 Best Decisions Every Parent Can Make" you can go to:
www.love-wise.com/product.php#parent
Or to:
parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources

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10 Best Decisions Every Parent Can Make with Pam Farrell

7 Essentials for Life with Dr. Jim Claussen Part III

7 Essentials for Life with Dr. Jim Claussen Part II

Today Pam shares with us the importance of being a proactive parent, verses a reactive one. Before we become parents, we envision what we want our family to look like, the types of activites we are going to do together, and we dream big long term dreams about our family. Then, once the baby is born the day to day activities seem to rule the roost, and the once proactive parent becomes a very reactive one. Pam shares with us the importance of constantly being proactive in your parenting, and what that practically looks like in a day in and day out basis. Click her to order her book:
parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources
www.love-wise.com/product.php#parent
To find out more about Pam, and the wealth of books she has written, or to follow her blog you can go to:
love-wise.com
In this episode Dr. Jim Claussen explains about stress and how our bodies react to stress. He also discusses how learning how to have less stress in your life is actually a myth, and instead of focusing on how to have less stress, we need to focus on being fully present wherever we are in order to deal with our stress head on. He also discusses belly breathing, and the calming effects it can have in our life.
To find out more about Dr. Jim Claussen visit him at his website:
www.drclaussen.com/
or at:
www.thehealthdocs.com/

You can also order a copy of his book at:
www.amazon.com/Essentials-Life-L…sentials+for+life
In this second episode Dr. Jim Claussen talks about the importance of whole body health, and how we can help our children to have the appropriate mind and spiritual focus to help our body be prepared to face anything physically that may happen to it. Some of the concepts that Dr. Jim discusses are very intiresting, and may make you think of health and wellness in a whole new way. To order his book: 7 Essentials for Life you can go to the tools and resources page of
parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-and-resources
or buy the book from
www.amazon.com/Essentials-Life-L…sentials+for+life
You can also follow Dr. Jim Claussen at:
www.drclaussen.com/
OR
www.thehealthdocs.com/

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Episode 7

7 Essentials for Life with Dr. Jim Claussen

Moms Raising Sons to be Men with Rhonda Stoppe ​​

Moms Raising Sons to be Men with Rhonda Stoppe ​​

In his first episode Dr. Jim Claussen talks about the importance of whole body health, and how we can help our children to have the appropriate mind and spiritual focus to help our body be prepared to face anything physically that may happen to it. Some of the concepts that Dr. Jim discusses are very intiresting, and may make you think of health and wellness in a whole new way. To order his book: 7 Essentials for Life you can go to the tools and resources page of
www.parentingtomorrowsleaders.com/tools-an…esources
or buy the book from:
www.amazon.com/Essentials-Life-L…sentials+for+life
You can also follow Dr. Jim Claussen at:
www.drclaussen.com/
OR
www.thehealthdocs.com/
No one wants to be a helicopter parent, but in today's society sometimes we end up that way on accident.  In this episode Rhonda talks about the importance of letting our children fail and how our job as parents is not to protect them, but rather to guide them through life.  To order Rhonda's book you can go to www.parentingtomorrowsleaders.com and click on the tools and resources page or you can visit her website at noregretswoman.com.  Rhonda also wants to make sure that if you do not currently have a personal relationship with Jesus, she would love to help you make steps to make that happen, so be sure to contact her through her website and she will send you helpful information as soon as possible.
Additional resources for the episode:
Rhonda's website:  noregretswoman.com
Parenting Tomorrow's Leaders:  parentingtomorrowsleaders.com
momsinprayer.org
In our last conversation with Rhonda she shares with us how to find joy and peace in difficult circumstances, and how to listen and talk to our children in a way that you can have meaningful conversations with your kids. She also talks about helping our children finding their true identity in Christ. If you have never had a relationship with Jesus Christ, Rhonda would love to send you some resources. Simply reach out to her at her website:
noregretswoman.com/
Feel free to check out all of the information that Rhonda gave us on the show by going to the tools and resources page of:
www.parentingtomorrowsleaders.com
You can also order Rhonda's book at Amazon

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Moms Raising Sons to be Men with Rhonda Stoppe ​​

Time at the Table with Sherrill Uhey