Candice Clark Coaching
For moms whose kids don’t come to church
A few years ago my kids, one by one, stopped coming to the church I raised them in.
We went to church every Sunday, held family home evening, and studied the scriptures at home and at seminary.
And they all left anyway.
I thought, “What did I do wrong?”
I worried about their salvation.
And then I found a strategy that saved my relationship with my kids while I held on to the beliefs that mattered to me.
Now I help moms keep their relationship with their children AND their faith.
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