Moms Connected Sessions
9:15 AM - 11:15 AM
South Street Campus | Student Center
Come together with other moms of tweens and teens to rest, learn, and grow in this stage of parenting!
Choose our morning or evening session each month.
Morning session: 9:15-11:15 AM
Evening session: 7:00-9:00 PM
Register once to reserve your spot for the entire season and attend one session free!
Or register for one month at a time. (Registration for future sessions will open 1 month prior to that session.)
September 30, 2021 –
“Help Your Tweens and Teens Thrive After Covid” with Bobby Jackson, LCSW
We have all had quite the year and our tweens and teens were forced to adjust to a lot of changes. They rose to the challenge, but the stress of the past year has taken a toll. We can help our kids thrive as we move back to a new state of normalcy. Bobby Jackson joins us to share insights on helping our tweens and teens thrive even more in this season. As a pastor, licensed therapist, and leader in the field of student care for over 16 years, Bobby has developed programs and trained leaders to help hurting people find healing. He holds a B.A. in Youth Ministry from Moody Bible Institute and a Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Chicago.
October 28, 2021 –
“Who Me, Worry?” with Elisabeth Klein
We women carry the weight of the world on our shoulders. We’ll discuss three practical tools to help us manage our daily worries as well as an attitude-adjuster that might just change how you view worry altogether. Elisabeth Klein is a lover of Jesus, grateful wife of Richard, mom, stepmom and mother-in-law to eight young adult children, grandma to three, a friend, a spiritual & relationship coach, a course creator, an author, and a speaker.
January 27, 2022 –
“5 Strategies to Get Your Tweens and Teens to Open Up” with Kim Caifano
Do you have a tween or teen who is always “fine” or who answers your questions with eye rolls and grunts more than expressing their actual feelings? Though it is natural for kids at this stage to share less, it doesn’t need to be the norm in your family. Kim Caifano offers tried and true strategies that you can put into place today to lead you to a relationship in which your tween or teen shares more of his or her world with you. Kim is the Founder of Middle School Mommer and content creator at KimCaifano.com who loves to dish out down-to-earth wisdom for daily living. She equips parents and youth leaders to raise healthy middle schoolers and has a special heart to let moms of tweens and teens know they’re not alone in their struggles.
February 17, 2022 –
“Fledge: When to Hold On and When to Let Go” with Brenda Yoder
Just when you think you’re getting this parenting thing down, your kids grow, things change, and you face challenges you’re unsure of. Raising kids and letting them go is not for the faint of heart. Brenda Yoder joins us to equip you to raise strong, healthy kids in today’s uncertain culture. And to give practical advice on when to hold on and when to let go as your tweens and teens grow. Brenda is a counselor, educator, author, and parent who equips parents with practical, biblical tools to know when to hold on and how to let go as kids grow, all while keeping your faith and family intact.
April 28, 2022 –
“What Your Tweens and Teens Want You to Know” with Tom Ward
Do you ever wish you could get inside the mind of your tweens and teens? It can seem like a scary place! But if we better understand what’s really going on with our kids socially, emotionally, and culturally, we can be better parents. Grow your relationship with your tweens and teens through the advice shared by our speaker and Director of Chapelstreet High School, Tom Ward.