5 Things Parents Can Do For Themselves and Their Kids as They Transition Into Adulthood

It’s August and that means your kids are going back to school. For some of you, they are entering Middle or High school and some of you are sending your kids off to college or your kids have let you know they are venturing out on their own or you’ve let them know it’s time to move out. For some of you, it’s your second and third child and for some, it’s your first. No matter what category you fall into, this week’s blog post is for you.

When our children enter middle and high school, college and the workforce, those seasons can feel pretty daunting to parents and especially Christian parents who fear the world is going to have a negative impact on their children’s life and faith. But I’m here today to give you some insight on how you can navigate these very scary waters without imparting fear in your kids. And parents, especially us moms, we’re notorious for projecting our own fears onto our children and this is a huge NO- NO!

I want to give you 5 things you can do to help you send your kids off with joy and peace that will change their life and yours and instill success in this next season of your lives. Of course, there are many ways you can do this, but I’ve found 5 really significant ways and I want to share them with you today on the WORSHIP LIFE Blog with today’s podcast!

Written by Crisie Hutchings

I've committed my life to serve Jesus Christ and His Church. My passion is to see people rescued and brought into life and to serve them in music and communication of God's Word. I do that through every venue available from this blog to podcasts and videos. My hope is that you are encouraged, provoked and somehow healed and inspired through what you experience here on this website. It is my privilege to oversee the worship ministry at Covenant Love Church in Fayetteville, NC. My husband, John, and I do life with three adult children and their families and a beagle named Buddy!

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