Lori WildenbergHelping Families Build Connections that Last a Lifetime
“Who are you to lead a parenting class?” Apparently I hadn’t properly introduced myself. It feels awkward to state my bio before leading a class. But… the dad who asked the question had every right to inquire. He needed to know my background before he would embrace and implement my parenting suggestions and techniques. Perhaps you are wondering too.
Professionally I am a licensed parent and family educator, certified teacher, co-founder of 1Corinthians 13 Parenting, national speaker, and have written 4 parenting books.
I don’t think those credentials are the most important ones. I believe that personal experience is the place where wisdom is born, compassion is grown, and humility discovered.
I’m the mom of four now young adult kids (plus a daughter-in-love) and wife to Tom, my college sweetheart. Nothing smartens a person up faster, knocks one’s pride down quicker, or tenderizes a heart more than being a parent.
Parenting is my joy… most of the time.
If you are a mom, dad, grandparent, or a ministry leader looking for Christian faith-based parenting assistance or training you will find what you need here—no matter the age of your child— littles to young adults. You will feel inspired, encouraged, supported, and guided while being provided current and cutting edge information. You may even laugh a little along the way.
Personal parenting consultation or parent coaching, speaking at special women’s events and retreats, parenting workshops, and conferences are available. Just connect with me on my contact page to get the conversation started.
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I would love to join you in your parenting quest to build connections in your family that last a lifetime.
With faith, hope, and love,
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Eternal Moments Blog
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Friends, Meet Kathy Howard, my friend and colleague. She has a new devotional coming out (published by New Hope Publishers) titled, 30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents. Her post below describes her struggle as she parents her mom with dementia. I love how...read more
Friends, Meet Jamie Sumner. You will relate to her whether or not you have a special needs kiddo or went through infertility. Most people (parents) wrestle with the malady of false guilt. You will be encouraged by Jamie's words and wisdom. Jamie also has some exciting...read more
Time-Outs are a waste of time. Don't you think? I mean, have you found them to be a good learning tool? Have they been effective? They weren't for me, until I tweaked my approach, just a bit. Most parents use Time-Outs. Conventional parenting philosophies encourage...read more
One of the most common questions parents of young kids ask me is, "Do you recommend spanking?" Depending on the group, they believe I will be a solid, "Absolutely." Or a definite, "Never in a million years." Instead I answer with total conviction,"It depends."...read more