Never Too late
Encouraging Faith in your Adult Children
Biblical principles which will inspire you to reconnect with your adult child and give you practical ways to encourage faith in their hearts.
The mission of parenting doesn’t end after your kids become adults. We have been overwhelmed with the number of people we have met around the country who are hurting because their adult children are struggling in their faith…or who have rejected faith all together. In these four video sessions, Dr. Rob Rienow will encourage you with biblical principles which will inspire you to reconnect with your adult child and give you practical ways to encourage faith in their hearts.
A 4 Part Video Bible Study That Will Inspire You to Reconnect with Your Adult Child
How Could This Happen?
Millions of young adults who grew up in Christian homes and churches have left the faith. What went wrong?
Offer Your Heart to the Lord
We can’t lead our children in a direction we are not going in ourselves. In this session, parents are encouraged to deepen their personal commitment to prayer and spiritual growth.
Turn Your Heart to Your Child
This session focuses on breaking down barriers of unforgiveness, and empowering parents with a renewed commitment to build a better relationship with their adult children.
Draw Your Child’s Heart to Yours & Point Their Heart to Christ
The final session is filled with practical steps for creating a stronger relationship with your adult children, building more honesty and openness, and starting spiritual conversations. Sessions average 40 minutes each
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