Biblical Parenting is built upon timeless biblical principles that provide the foundation for all ages and stages of parenting. Whether a child is one or eighteen years old, the Biblical Parenting Conference will inspire, encourage, and equip you for the next season of parenting.
We invite anyone to attend: single, divorced, blended family, married without children, expecting, young families, parents with teens, seasoned parents, and grandparents. This parenting conference will encourage you to invest in your family and grow as a parent—no matter the age or stage.
Fri, March 17 | 6:30-8:30 PM
Check-in begins at 6:00 PM
Complementary coffee/water and snacks available
Sat, March 18 | 9AM-12 PM
Check-in Begins at 8:30 AM
Complimentary muffins, snacks and coffee/water available
The Biblical Parenting Conference will be held at:
Grace Community Fellowship (Map)
989 Country Club Rd. Eugene, OR
IS CHILDCARE PROVIDED?
No. However, if the cost of childcare is keeping you from coming, please contact our Kids Pastor, Josh Doebler.
EARLY (thru Feb. 28)
$30 per person
LATE (March 1-18)
$40 per person
WHAT YOU GET
Copy of Book 50 Things Every Child Needs to Know Before Leaving Home (one per family)
Conference booklet and materials
Chances to win some fun prizes
5 hours of incredible parenting training
Dr. Josh & Jen
Dr. Josh Mulvihill is the Executive Director of Church and Family Ministry at Renewanation. Josh has served as a pastor for nearly 20 years, is a founding member of the Legacy Coalition, and has a PhD from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author or editor of multiple books on family life, biblical grand-parenting, preparing children for marriage, and Rooted kids curriculum and worship.
Josh and his wife, Jen, live in Victoria, Minnesota and are blessed with 5 children. Josh blogs at GospelShapedFamily.com.
You will listen to a seasoned couple share about their parenting journey and learn biblical principles to help you raise your children in the instruction and discipline of the Lord. You will get to spend time with your spouse, or as a single parent, in guided projects to implement the concepts that have been discussed.
You will go home with some powerful tools and a biblical plan to help you disciple your children with a biblical worldview. You will also have the opportunity take a break from yourr children, plan, and accomplish the following:
Capture a biblical vision for parenting.
Develop a discipleship plan for your children for the next year.
Understand the importance of giving your child a biblical worldview.
Increase your commitment to being an intentional disciple-making parent.
Learn practical skills to raise children to become godly, mature adults.
Create memories with a spouse.
Assessing Your Parenting Priorities
What is Parenting Success?
Assessing Your Parenting Priorities
Discipling Children - 7 Biblical Methods Every Parent Can Do
Creating Your Own Discipleship Plan
Creating Your Discipleship Plan
Capturing a Vision for Corporate Worship
Capturing a Vision for Family Worship
In 50 Things Every Child Needs to Know Before Leaving Home, Dr. Josh and Jen Mulvihill help parents put a biblical plan into action to raise children to maturity in Christ. A clear and simple guide, this book will help you holistically disciple your child to godly adulthood. It’s also designed to become a treasured keepsake―a place where you can capture milestones and memories associated with each of the fifty areas and give it to your child when he or she is older.
Establish a plan and be proactive for each season of your parenting journey in the following areas of your child’s life: firm foundations, Christlike character development, biblical beliefs and worldview, spiritual growth, life skills, relational skills, work and money management, home management, personal care, and educational essentials.
This book will help you:
Capture a vision for parenting,
Write a family mission statement,
Develop a discipleship plan for your child,
Record milestones and memories,
Create a keepsake to give as a special gift,
Schedule a DIY parenting retreat,
Raise your child to be a godly, mature adult.
Imagine a builder having no plan to construct a home. What would it be like if he tried to build a house without a blueprint? Inevitably, there would be problems. Yet many parents attempt to raise children without a blueprint. Just as a builder needs a blueprint, parents need a good parenting plan. Part of having a plan is understanding the target we are aiming for and having a step-by-step vision to disciple our children spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially, and physically.
Learn how at the Biblical Parenting Conference with Dr. Josh and Jen Mulvihill.