Your kids are changing fast and so is their world. Life as a teenager in today’s world bears little resemblance to the teenage world you once inhabited. If you blink, you might be left behind, forfeiting your opportunity to effectively lead your kids through adolescence and into a healthy, God-honoring adulthood. The No Parent Left Behind seminar gets you started on the journey to understand your kids and their rapidly changing world. No Parent Left Behind is a one-day conference hosted by Asbury United Methodist Church, Double Oak Community Church and Meadow Brook Baptist Church. It includes three fast-paced and practical sessions led by Dr. Walt Mueller, founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding. Come be apart of this incredible event and leave not only encouraged and challenged but equipped with tools necessary to raise your kids Gods way!
Schedule of Events
Special Event for Youth Workers
Located at Asbury United Methodist • Friday, February 2 • 10am-2pm – Lunch Included.
KNOW YOUR TEEN – You’ll learn how kids grow, develop, and change, along with how the teenage years leave them especially vulnerable to cultural influences.
KNOW THEIR WORLD – You’ll learn about some of the major cultural forces in today’s world that are influencing children and teens.
KNOW YOUR ROLE – You’ll get hope-filled and practical guidance on how to increase your parental influence and lead your kids to a spiritually, physically, and emotionally healthy adulthood.
$20 – For One Parent
$30 – Per Couple
Lunch is included in the price.
MEET THE SPEAKER
Dr. Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding, a non-profit organization serving schools, churches, and community organizations across the U.S, Canada, and world wide in their efforts to strengthen families.
Walt has been working with young people and families for over 30 years. He is a recognized authority on youth culture and family issues, and has appeared on numerous media outlets internationally to discuss teenagers and their world. A regular seminar and conference speaker, he communicates effectively with adults and teenagers alike.
Walt and his wife, Lisa, live in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and have four children.