Each life stage of a child is examined through a theological lens and then, practically worked out in everyday moments of family life. How does our theology direct how we interact with our kids on a day-to-day basis? On Wednesday MBI Professor, Elizabeth Smith joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte to share what it means to disciple our kids to become God-worshippers throughout their childhood and adolescence.
According to a new study, two or more hours of screen time is associated with inattention problems in preschool-aged children. Also, according to a recent report, children up to age 8 spend an average of 2 hours and 19 minutes every day on screen media. Danny Huerta, Vice President of Parenting and Youth for Focus on Family joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Wednesday to offer some tools to help both you and your child properly manage screen time in this media and technology-saturated world.
Elizabeth Smith is Program Head and Associate Professor for Children and Family Ministry at Moody Bible Institute. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and is a blogger and founder of Teachable Moments with Elizabeth Smith.
Daniel Huerta is the vice president of the Parenting and Youth department at Focus on the Family. In this role, he oversees Focus’ initiatives that equip parents to disciple and mentor the next generation, so that they can thrive in Christ.
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