Faith-building resources created by Focus
Summer is here, and I know how much fun it is to pick a good movie or choose a good book to relax. But in our ever-busy day and age, it’s tough to find the time to properly vet whether my selection will build me up or bring me down.
That’s why I’m so thankful for the resources specifically created by Focus on the Family. For 40 years, Focus has been a name that families can trust. That includes being a source of entertainment and education for the whole family. I can always trust that the content is biblically sound and will strengthen my relationship with Christ.
Here are just a couple of faith-building resources that I’d love to tell you about:
Launch Into the Teen Years (Updated Edition)
The teen years are an exciting time. Your child will go through many changes – and challenges, too! We know you want to guide them well; this is just the tool to help you prepare for this phase of life together.
Signals: How Brain Science and the Bible Help Parents Raise Resilient Children
While we can’t see the brain, it sends signals to us and those around us. Just as the colours of a traffic light send drivers a signal to go, slow down or stop, our brains signal to our emotions and affect our behaviour toward others. Signals offers a simple, relational approach to help you become aware of your emotions, their impact on others, and how to implement this technique in your home, school or ministry.
You’ll find so many more quality titles from Focus on the Family for kids and teens as well, including favourite series like Adventures in Odyssey, Imagination Station and Young Whit. Be sure to browse our catalogue celebrating 40 years to discover more resources you can trust!
Jean-Paul Beran, MA
Focus on the Family Canada
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