ChristianParenting.org, a leading online resource for parents of all ages experiencing the joys and challenges of faithfully raising a family, is hosting Perfectly Imperfect, an online event October 23-24 featuring wisdom, wit, and insight from trusted voices on the front lines of parenting.
“This event is for the parent who is worn down by expectations of perfection and looking to find rest and encouragement in knowing that Christ is made perfect in our weakness,” said Cynthia Yanof, wife, mom, author, podcaster, and leader of Christian Parenting. “With the right resources given in the right ways, we know growth can happen in the midst of the busyness.”
At the same time, Christian Parenting launches more resources for believing parents with the Christian Parenting Podcast Network, featuring insight and advice from leaders in building faithful homes. Podcasts include Yanof’s Pardon the Mess; So, You’re Having a Baby; Legacy Dads with Lance and Dante; The Journey with Jonathan Pitts and more coming weekly.
The October 23-24 Perfectly Imperfect event features trusted voices in the Christian parenting space offering video messages of practical and spiritual encouragement to parents all over the world. Not perfect parents, just parents who are willing to share about their imperfect experiences and point to the perfect heavenly Father. Guests include Korie Robertson, Bella Robertson, Chrys Howard and Jo Shackelford, Jamie and Aaron Ivey (Happy Hour), Toni and Sam Collier (North Point Ministries), and many more. See the full list here.
Christian Parenting is a brand of Denison Ministries, which also produces the Denison Forum, featuring Dr. Jim Denison’s insight on news affecting Christians today, and First15 daily devotionals.
“Christian Parenting was created to give growing families of faith the practical and spiritual help needed on as many platforms and in as many ways as possible,” said Dr. Jim Denison. “Hundreds of thousands of parents are being transformed by Christian Parenting resources every day, and it’s helping people set aside perfection and actually grow into the ‘perfectly imperfect’ parent they were made to be.”
“If you’re feeling reactive instead of proactive as a parent, too busy to find the time to grow, and too worn down by expectations of perfection, these podcasts and our other resources are what you need,” Yanof said.
For more information, visit ChristianParenting.org.