Episode 182 | Stop Doing Everything for Your Kids with Erin Kunkle:

Are you concerned that you might be overprotecting your children? Do you wonder what effect this overprotection might have on them in the long run? Are you struggling with how NOT to be a weedwhacker parent who removes every possible obstacle for your child? Join Katy and me, along with special guest Erin Kunkle, as we discuss some practical tips on how we can allow our kids to struggle in healthy ways and how that can better prepare them for the future.

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Episode 182 | Stop Doing Everything for Your Kids with Erin Kunkle: Trials, suffering, and struggling are all a part of life, and the Bible challenges us to actually see those things as good. We are hindering our kids' from becoming mature, problem-solving, responsible adults by overprotecting and doing everything for them. We’re called to show our kids how to lean into Jesus and live out the commands of God–not just to get them through life’s challenges–but to experience the transformational power of Christ in their lives. If the God of the universe thinks struggle is good for us, then he must think it’s good for our kids, too.

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