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For parents 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 parents keep their relationship with their children AND their faith.

Check out my podcast

Finding Fifty: Reinventing Yourself in the Second Half of Life

currently available on Apple and Stitcher!

Mette and Candice, friends for more than thirty years,
both found themselves divorced during the pandemic.
They have very different perspectives on the challenge of
finding themselves in the midst of an entirely new life.

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