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Conference:

Harrisburg, PA Farm Show Complex
Friday & Saturday
May. 8 through 9, 2015

PA-2015 Plans to Give You Hope

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
ID: 2015-103
Friday;
May. 8, 2015
$4.50

Anger gets in the way of many relationships. Children often need training to deal with the emotion of anger and God has several helpful strategies in the Bible. In this session parents learn practical ideas that help children change their behavior, adjust their hearts, and even go a step further to become peacemakers as well. In this session parents will discover how to become counselors or coaches instead of a policemen when helping children deal with anger.

Parents who have challenging children need specific tools for working with these kids. This session offers hope and encouragement to parents who desperately need it. In this session parents will understand how raising the character threshold can help kids do the right thing. Attendees will learn to use an Action Plan Worksheet to develop a unique plan for their child. Parents gain hope and encourage by learning a biblical plan to work with a challenging child.

ID: 2015-108
Friday;
May. 8, 2015
$4.50

Learn the difference between a heart-based approach to child training and simple behavior modification. Although commonly practiced, behavior modification has significant weaknesses. A heart-based approach reaches children in ways that address their tendencies, motivations, and patterns in life. It's so much more powerful and the practical tools shared in this session will give great insight into the makeup of a child and how kids change. Five points will be shared to help the parent develop a heart-based strategy for any child.

One of the most discouraging challenges parents face has to do with the bickering and fighting between their children. In this session parents will learn three roadblocks to sibling harmony and the three honor-based solutions from God's Word. Parents will gain greater confidence for dealing with sibling conflict, understand how to deal with common concerns like tattling and competition, and learn more about honor and how it can change the dynamic in their family.

Many children don't know how to respond properly to correction. After all, correction is one of God's tools for learning. Unfortunately many children blame, defend, rationalize and justify their behavior. Furthermore, many parents view correction as an interruption to their days, not realizing the teaching opportunities present. When parents have a heart-based plan for correction they can help children develop good patterns for the rest of their lives.

Attitudes affect much of our lives, including the relationships we have in the home. Sometimes children have bad attitudes about instructions, authority, schoolwork, or even about the family itself. Unfortunately, many parents focus only on the behavior and don't help children deal with the underlying heart issues. Learn to recognize thinking errors that lead to bad attitudes, see why it's important to address emotions in the family. In this session, parents will learn proactive and corrective strategies for addressing bad attitudes in family life.

Conference:

Atlanta, GA
Thursday - Saturday
Jun. 5 through 7, 2014

2014 GHEA Annual Conference

Presented by: Georgia Home Education Association

Many families have a strong emphasis on obedience and their kids do quite well, but God instructs children to learn to obey and honor. This session unpacks the biblical concept of honor in practical terms. God uses the term honor in nine different commands. Honor is a relationship term that can change the culture in your home, teaching kids to consider the needs of others and take initiative to go beyond what’s expected. Parents will learn how honor changes people and how to give children a vision for growing in this area of the heart.

ID: 1421
Friday;
Jun. 6, 2014
$3.00

Learn the difference between a heart-based approach to child training and simple behavior modification. Although commonly practiced, behavior modification has significant weaknesses. A heart-based approach reaches children in ways that address their tendencies, motivations, and patterns in life. It’s so much more powerful and the practical tools shared in this session will give you great insight into the makeup of a child and how kids change. Five points will be shared to help the parent develop a heart-based strategy for any child.

ID: 1447
Saturday;
Jun. 7, 2014
$3.00

Attitudes affect much of our lives, including the relationships we have in the home. Sometimes children have bad attitudes about instructions, authority, schoolwork, or even about the family itself. Unfortunately, many parents focus only on the behavior and don’t help children deal with the underlying heart issues. Learn to recognize thinking errors that lead to bad attitudes, see why it’s important to address emotions in the family. In this session, parents will learn proactive and corrective strategies for addressing bad attitudes in family life.

Parents who have challenging children need specific tools for working with these kids. This session offers hope and encouragement to parents who desperately need it. In this session parents will understand how raising the character threshold can help kids do the right thing.

Conference:

Atlanta, GA
Tuesday - Thursday
May. 1 through 3, 2007

2007 GHEA Annual Conference

Presented by: Georgia Home Education Association
ID: 756
Tuesday;
May. 1, 2007
$4.00

All children get angry but some are out of control, leaving parents frustrated and puzzled about what to do. In this session you will learn how to help children see their anger coming on and make the necessary changes to prevent explosions. Our desire is to help children reduce the frequency and intensity of anger episodes, but also learn to be peacemakers instead of troublemakers in life. Many parents end this session saying, “I need this just as much as my children do."

Parents often think their job is done after they’ve given a consequence. Unfortunately tension often lingers in the relationship. Furthermore, many children don’t seem to make the connection between correction and life. Learning how to end the discipline time constructively can make all the difference. Walk away from this seminar with a plan to move correction from the head to the heart. This session will give you a plan for helping the child who blames, rationalizes, or justifies. Come see ways God includes hope in the discipline process.