loader from loading.io

2: A Self-Esteem Security Check for Our Child

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Release Date: 05/18/2020

10: Life-Giving Words for Your Child show art 10: Life-Giving Words for Your Child

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

One of the most powerful blessings you can give your child is life-giving words. They express support, high value, and renew your child.  Listen in for lots of easy suggestions AND a key way to overcome saying the very things we don’t want to say.

info_outline
9: Make the Most of Mealtimes show art 9: Make the Most of Mealtimes

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Do you ever feel like you’re going through the motions at mealtimes? Listen in for easy steps and conversation starters to make the most of mealtimes and build stronger relationships within your family. A Mealtime Makeover is possible, no matter what ages your children are. It’s not about the meal; it’s about the time shared around the meal.

info_outline
8: Keep Conversation About Jesus Going show art 8: Keep Conversation About Jesus Going

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Keep the conversation about Jesus going with our child through nurturing three relationships. Listen in about an activity that our family practiced from the elementary through the high school years and nurtured all three relationships.

info_outline
7: Get The Conversation About Jesus Started show art 7: Get The Conversation About Jesus Started

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

When we teach our child how to pray, we show them how to have relationship with Jesus. It's the most important life skill our child needs.  As a parent, you have the privilege of making this introduction for the most significant relationship your child will ever have.  Whether your child is a toddler or teen, let’s get the conversation started!   

info_outline
6: Sowing Seeds of Faith to Our Child show art 6: Sowing Seeds of Faith to Our Child

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

The world is creative and strategic about the messages it wants our kids to embrace.  We can be too—especially when it comes helping our child know God and how to have relationship with him. Here are some strategic initial steps to for planning, prayer, conversation, and reinforcement. 

info_outline
5: Passing On What We Value show art 5: Passing On What We Value

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

We want to give our children the best that we can, right?  The best provision that we can give them is Jesus—to teach them all about him and how to have relationship with him.  You and I are called to make disciples, and our primary disciples are our children.  It is not up to us to figure out how to make our child a disciple. It’s up to us to decide to live like a disciple and embrace Jesus’ command to make our children disciples. He will show us how and he will do the heart-work. Let’s

info_outline
4: Aim for Affection show art 4: Aim for Affection

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

A second way we can demonstrate love is physical affection. Now, some of us hear that and relax; but for others of us affection is unfamiliar, uncomfortable, or surfaces confusion or pain. I hope my thoughts and suggestions generate hope for the possibilities in your relationship with your child, no matter their age.

info_outline
3: Make a Face That Counts show art 3: Make a Face That Counts

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Sometimes we worry that we’re not loving a child enough, or we don’t feel like we have anything left to give because we’re exhausted. One way we can demonstrate love to our child at any age is through facial expressions. They can support or represent our words—or not. Listen in for 2 questions about your facial expressions.

info_outline
2: A Self-Esteem Security Check for Our Child show art 2: A Self-Esteem Security Check for Our Child

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Here are 3 questions that I learned to consider over the years of raising our kids. They served as a “security” check and helped me discern how a child felt about herself and how I could impact this.

info_outline
1: Keeping Your Heart Tank Full show art 1: Keeping Your Heart Tank Full

Simple Steps with Teresa D Glenn

Our child’s behavior, decisions, and friend choices are affected by how he feels about himself. As parents, we significantly impact his sense of security, worth, and being loved.We need the power and completeness of God’s love most—whether we’re toddlers, tweens, teens, or adults.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

Here are 3 questions that I learned to consider over the years of raising our kids. They served as a “security” check and helped me discern how a child felt about herself and how I could impact this.

Episode 2 Resources