** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org. “Mom, did you know that one time Ms. Sandra had a real live moose in her house?” “Hey mom, Miss Amy and Mr. Adam told me we are going to make snow globes when they come over next! Real snow globes!” “Mom, isn’t it so funny when […]
About Chris Sasser
Chris serves as the Pastor of Family Ministries at Port City Community Church. He is passionate about helping parents lead and encourage their kid sin their faith in Jesus.
Entries by Chris Sasser
“Great evening! Thanks to everyone. Pat Nolan was knowledgable and approachable; we left with “at least one thing” (and so much more). Mr. Sasser was helpful and fun. Attendees were honest and open. Snacks were perfect. Great night! Much appreciated!” On Sunday, April 8th Pat Nolan encouraged a group of parents in the area of […]
** The following article was copied form www.theparentcue.org. Spring can be a tough time in the world of a teenager. Yes, the flowers are blooming, the trees are getting greener and the air is filled with the sweet scent of spring flowers. But many high schoolers are experiencing the stress of finals, sitting for AP […]
** The following article was copied from core christianity.com. All Christian parents desire the spiritual well-being of their children. We want our children to be Christians, to get saved, to know God; however we express it, we want our children to be part of the company of the redeemed. We yearn for the blessing of […]
** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org. You can’t effectively discipline your teenager if you continually find yourself in the middle of an argument with him. When disciplining, conversations may become heated, so use good communication skills and agree to walk away until you’ve both calmed down. The best way to avoid an argument […]
** The following article was copied from ncbaptist.org Luke records the well-known parable of a father and his two sons. Jesus tells the story of the younger son asking his father for his share of the estate. Without hesitation, the father divided his property between the two boys. With his pockets full of money, the […]
** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org. Parenting is not for the faint of heart. It’s a marathon of endurance to parent through each age and phase. Just a few decades ago I had the pleasure of being called “Mom” to four kids, ages six and under. I quickly learned that this parenting had […]
** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org If you knew what was involved in parenting, would you still go back and choose to do it? I’ll be honest, most days I would say, “no.” I would say that I’m clearly not cut out for this. In fact, parenting isn’t in my strength-finder results. If […]
** The following article was copied from yourmodernfamily.com Study after study proves what we have guessed… It’s the scary truth that our children face. It’s more real than ever, this downhill slope that our kids are facing. As a teacher and play therapist, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many children over the years, […]
In Episode 09 we talk with Rich Biagini on how we can better navigate technology and social media with our family.