Don’t stop parenting … grow your parenting
Just because our kids are growing up doesn’t mean we give up.
As our kids grow up, we need a new parenting posture that helps us grow together. Growing With can help you think of new relational challenges as opportunities for growth, and take the next faithful step on a mutual journey of intentional growth that trusts God to transform you and your family.
Build a community of growing parents
We think Growing With reads better with someone else. Invite a partner, a fellow parent or grandparent, or a youth leader to join you on the journey, and spark some energizing conversation.
Or, start a discussion group for parents of teenagers and young adults in your church. Growing With is filled with stories from Kara’s, Steven’s, and other parents’ experiences, and introduces three strategies which parents can apply and leaders can encourage. Each chapter concludes with a set of questions which can be used for personal reflection or group discussion.
Introducing the Growing With Small Group Discussion Guide.
Have new conversations about parenting and faith on this 8-week journey.
Is your child a Learner, an Explorer, or a Focuser?
Take the Growing With Parent Quiz to discover practical tips to pursue a relationship with your child in every season.
Parenting in real time
Being the parent your teenager or young adult needs today
Growing With parenting isn’t about preserving your family’s past or predicting the future. Find out how to cultivate your relationships with your kids where they are today—in real time. Watch Kara Powell and Steven Argue share strategies for parents growing with their teenagers and young adults.
Join the Growing With reading plan
The Growing With reading plan is now available on YouVersion! You can follow this plan in your personal devotion time, or invite your friends to read along together.
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Parenting Resources from the Fuller Youth Institute
18 Plus: Parenting Your Emerging Adult
You’ve parented for 936 weeks, and your kid has graduated and moved on to what’s next.
Every Parent’s Guide To Navigating Our Digital World
Feel like your kids are drowning in a sea of new questions, apps, and devices?
The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family
Insights and ideas for nurturing long-term faith in children and young people.