“Parenting is the easiest thing in the world to have an opinion about, and the hardest thing to do.”
We know that Parenting is tough. We know that Parenting teenagers can be really tough. That is why we are bringing the vastly experienced staff of ACET Northern Ireland to deliver our Parent/Teen Communication Skills course in Dublin.
We have worked with leaders in Jesus Centre Dublin, other RCCG parishes, MFM, CAC and leaders of many other churches in addressing sexual health and more. Together with our participants we have identified Parenting as an enormously challenging area, particularly in the context of the generation divide marked by migration from one continent to another. I remember the day a Pastor said to me, over coffee, “Richard, I don’t know how to talk to my 14-year-old daughter. It is like she is speaking a different language.” “You are not alone.” was my reply.
Would you consider joining us as together we explore areas of Conflict and Listening and see how God might equip us to become better parents for our wonderful children?
Attendance is required for both days.
Venue: Jesus Centre Dublin, 119A JFK Industrial Estate, Bluebell Ave, Dublin 12.
Lunch will be provided. All participants will receive a Level 2 Open College Network (OCN) Northern Ireland qualification and will be introduced to further options for learning in this area including the chance to become trainers themselves. There is no charge for this course and there are limited places. To book your place contact Richard Carson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0860482094 (On WhatsApp or phone)
This project is funded by the MAC AIDS Fund.