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The State of Parenting Today

Posted by Trinitas on Feb 25, 2024 6:00:00 PM

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On Thursday, March 7, Trinitas will be hosting Keith McCurdy as part of the Spring Vision Series. This free event is open to the public but tickets are required and available here. In preparation for the event, we are sharing four interviews with Keith on various topics recorded and made available by BaseCamp Live. These are great resources for all parents as they navigate the challenges of raising children in the modern world. 

"The State of Parenting Today" with Keith McCurdy

Counselor, Keith McCurdy, is back on this episode. He joined me onstage at this summer’s SCL conference, and we decided we should share that interview, where we discuss the truth of the mental health crisis, with all of you on the podcast. Keith’s wisdom on how to interpret what we are hearing, in terms of the statistics and reports that so often fill our news feeds, is invaluable. He puts it all in perspective, along with some sage advice. We also discuss ways we as parents and educators can be sure we are healthy and connected in meaningful community and relationships as an antidote to rising rates of isolation and ever-present screens and technology. How can we be agents of restoration and healing in our homes and schools while the culture continues to polarize and divide? There is good news! We covered a lot of ground. You don’t want to miss this episode of BCL.

(The interview and description are taken from BaseCamp Live's website. This resource is a must-have for thoughtful parents who are intentional about Christian parenting.)

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