Are you longing for a closer relationship with an adult son or daughter? Does your heartbreak for your son or daughter that has wandered far from the faith they once professed? Focus on the Family Counselor Brenda Huerta receives many calls from hurting parents and shares insight on working to build a bridge of connection with adult children.
You don’t have to be young to want to make a difference in the world. No matter your age or stage of life, God has a calling for our life, an opportunity for us to say YES to God’s invitation. If you’re wondering how we can discover what God has for us, Wendy Peter gives us some practical steps and stories from her new book, Just Getting Started-Stepping with Courage into God’s Call for the Next Stage of Life.
Brenda Huerta is a bi-lingual counselor with Focus on the Family. She addresses the balance that we hope to achieve between letting your adult children make their own choices and mistakes - while also speaking into their lives in helpful ways. The key to developing this relationship cornerstone with your adult children is easy to state; but difficult to implement. You'll find it's worth the effort to apply this simple, yet powerful principle.
Wendy Peter is the director of Women on the Frontlines Global and a pastor in Winnipeg, Manitoba. An inspiring communicator, life coach, and teacher, she has spent her life empowering women to break free from beliefs that have held them back. She is passionate above all about living in a place of intimacy with God and walking out the principles she shares with others. She and her husband, Murray, have three children.