A Theology of Parenting (CC410)
“A Theology of Parenting” is designed for Christian parents, grandparents, children’s ministry staff and everyone who wants to positively impact this emerging generation.
Taught by CLSTG faculty member Dr. Lon Flippo, you will learn about a broad range of topics including: parenting skills, stages of child development, understanding temperament, communication, the dynamics of discipline, instilling self-esteem, how to be a technologically responsible parent, and much more.
The class will decipher the various stages of child development. The student will better understand temperament, intellectual development and how children learn, grow emotionally and mature physically.
Students will gain knowledge on the subjects of family communication, discipline, development of self-esteem, teaching children values, meeting their needs, being a good role model, teaching responsibility and service.
Students will develop and write a family mission statement and apply to individual family units.
ABOUT DR. LON FLIPPO
Dr. Lon Flippo is also Professor and Chair of Pastoral Studies at North Central University in Minneapolis, MN.
With more than 30 years of pastoral ministry experience, he has written several Christian parenting books and publications related to faith, church and parenting in a secularized society. He has also spoken at national conferences about family ministry best practices and parenting ministry.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 10 hours
- Language English
- Students 1
- Assessments Yes