Saturday, April 6th | Harbor Chuch | 8811 Harlan Street, Westminster, CO 80031Buy Tickets
The Madness of Motherhood
A One-Day Event… because parenting is no joke.
Ever feel like you're not doing this whole “parenting” thing right? Ever feel alone? Frustrated? Or that you just need a huge dose of encouragement? Then join us for this one-day conference filled with incredible speakers and general sessions, delicious food, and space to breathe. This event is for moms of all ages in all stages, a day to connect and know you are not alone, and that your story matters!
The Incredible and Fierce Calling Of Motherhood
When Fear Wants To Take Us Out
The Culture Our Kids Are Navigating
Why Did I Agree To That: Spotlighting The Crazy We Believe
What Works: Practical Strategies for Motherhood
When Faith Intersects With Real Life
Writing A Great Story With This One Life
Dee Dee Woodman
• $35.00 Earlybird rate through April 1st
• $45.00 after that
Worship provided by Harbor Worship
Wednesday, January 23rd | Mountain Phoenix Community School
A nature-based approach to abuse prevention in a digital world
I believe that in order for kids to grow into amazing adults they must be able to explore this amazing world on their own as often as possible and research has shown this to be the case. But as parents, the fear of sexual abuse often holds us back.
In this inspiring introductory course, I offer a plan that :
- Will drastically reduce the chance of your kids ever being abused
- Ensures they will talk to you first about sex, porn or abuse.
- Gives you age-appropriate, nature-based lessons to make explaining these tough topics a piece of cake!
Expect to feel empowered and inspired!
Date & Time
Wednesday, Jan 23, 6-7:30 pm
If you've ever taken the time to read pretty much anything about parenting or know someone personally that has been abused, you fully understand the importance of keeping kids safe from sexual abuse is for their overall well being. Maybe you've even helped a parent...
I am literally obsessed with Emily! The course was very eye opening but not in a scary way. I felt empowered and had a completely different perspective on keeping my kids safe.Liz Bower