Forging Lasting Habits For Our Children, Christos Community Church, Wednesday, 12. June 2019

Summer WorkshopThis WorkshopDesigned for parents with children of all ages, the Summer Workshop focuses on how to help our children build good habits that last. Whether your child is developing well in their daily activities (school, family, church, sports, etc.), or has the need to improve, in this workshop you will learn the best way to give them an advantage over the challenges they are facing. At the conclusion of the workshop, each parent will have a clear and specific plan to forge three habits that will be helpful for one of their children in particular.

The cost of the workshop includes a workbook, light refreshments, and a personal follow-up session (45 minutes), if desired.

Testimonies"This workshop was very useful. It helped us to consider the path and approach we were following, in our desire to help our children in their development. The classes were dynamic, the topics we covered were important and the presentation was easy to follow and understand. The advice provided for the applications in the home was easy to implement. "
"Personally, it helped me understand the meaning of discipline, especially how it relates to our leadership, as parents who have authority in the home. It was good to learn to distinguish between the different causes of behavior in my children, without assuming or drawing conclusions. The Academy also helped me to treasure more the time I spend with my children, and not to try to raise them in the same way they raised me in my country. "
"We learned many good things; Now is the time to put everything into practice. "

Topics


The foundation of parenting.


How to identify the reasons behind the behavior.


Giving wings and roots to our children.


Managing authority (Discipline, Conflict Resolution)


The Habit Cycle


Creating habits that last


How to change bad habits into good habits.



The Parent AcademyThe purpose of the Academy is to equip parents in a practical and formal way, for the establishment of an enriching family environment, to promote the social, physical, spiritual, and academic improvement of their children.

The instructorAlejandro Villasana is originally from Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico. He has been married to Ludi since 1994, and since 1995 the Villasana have lived in the United States. Alex and Ludi have two children: one is about to graduate with an engineering degree, at Georgia Tech, and the other is a sophomore at Paul Duke High School, in Norcross. As immigrants and minority members, Alex and Ludi have experienced many of the challenges that come with the desire to adapt to a new culture, and educate their children in the best possible way. It is based on such experiences that Alex has developed this workshop, to help other parents to also have an enriching family life, here and now. The Villasana family live in Norcross, GA and are part of Christos Community Church.

Wednesday, 12. June 2019, Christos Community Church, Forging Lasting Habits For Our Children

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