Parenting Workshop

From Bickering to Bonding

“Now say you’re sorry!” may make a parent feel back in control after a sibling skirmish, but it most likely teaches kids to lie to get out of trouble. By facilitating joyful connection and true reconciliation, you can help your children to become devoted friends and allies! Learn to prepare your kids with the skills and values they’ll need to become grace-filled spouses, parents, friends, co-workers, and members of the body of Christ.

Join Chad Hayenga of Connected Families, a nationally-recognized organization dedicated to resourcing, strengthening  and empowering parents and families, as he walks us through this vitally important and most helpful information.

Sibling Conflict course participants gain:
* A new vision of relationships in your family.
* Ideas for what to ask or say in the heat of the moment
* Practical examples from “real” life.
* An understanding of the role of God's grace in conflict
* Ideas for showing your kids how to deal with their conflict WITHOUT you

  • The dinner, workshop and childcare are free; however, we ask that you register.


REGISTER! click here

Friday, April 6

6 - 8:00 p.m.
at GracePoint Church

Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m.

You may eat during class; however, it is expected that you will have gone through the food line and be seated in the classroom by 6:00 p.m.

FREE! There is no cost for the dinner, workshop or childcare


ABOUT the Connected Families Life Coach, Chad

Chad Hayenga has spent over 18 years ministering to teens and families as a Licensed
Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Life Coach, and speaker. He has also been married for
over 20 years and has three teenaged children.

Chad loves asking great questions, bringing God’s grace and truth to life, and helping parents
have “aha moments” in coaching sessions and workshops. He has helped thousands of parents
learn to be more peaceful, purposeful, and confident.