Helpful Parent Resources
StickyFaith.org/family - Tons of great resources for building faith that sticks in your family. This is one of Micah's most trusted resources.

Family.axis.org – A relatively new resource that’s designed to help  families and churches have the right conversations about contemporary culture with teens. They have virtual training on topics that are current and important.

Axis.org Micah highly recommends the free ‘Culture Translator’ from Axis, an emailed weekly update into how pop culture, technology, and media are influencing your student. This is a good way to stay up to date with ontemporary culture.

D6 Family - Podcasts that offer interviews with experts in a wide variety of family ministry areas. These are really interesting and could be a great way to spend your commute to work. They also offer a free weekly email newsletter you can sign up for called ‘Splink’ packed with ideas to help parents engage in spiritual conversations and find teachable moments with your kids. They also offer a devotional magazine, book recommendations, helpful blogs and more.

Mobicip – Offers parental controls for phones, tablets, and computers, as well as an emailed newsletter with articles that thoughtfully deal with issues that arise around social media (ex. Technology and time management, friendship in an age of social media, and digital dating and teens, all 3 from the December 15 newsletter).

Strongermarriages.com – Offers articles from a variety of voices on how to have a flourishing marriage; it has sections on spiritual growth as a couple and raising kids, but also on things like communication, conflict, money, and sex.

Single&parenting.org – Offers an opportunity to connect to a group of other single parents for support, wisdom, and encouragement.

DC4K.org – Divorce Care for Kids is an organization that partners with local churches to offer a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. DC4K groups blend, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process a divorce and move forward. Groups meet weekly and are designed for children ages 5-12.

DC4K.org/parentzone- The ParentZone provides helpful articles to assist you on your single-parenting journey. Uplifting messages encourage you. Inspiring articles written from personal experience guide you.