Kara Powell, PhD, co-author of the Right Click: Parenting Your Teenager In A Digital Media World and executive director of Fuller Youth Institute, Kristen Ivy, and Reggie Joiner discuss how giving kids increasing opportunities to serve through childhood is one of the biggest ways to help them grow in faith and character by realizing their own potential to connect to a bigger story.

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In this episode, Kristen, Reggie, and Kara discussed:

  • why parents tend to minimize service
  • the connection between service and empathy
  • how to set a realistic goals for your family around service and find a rhythm to make this goal a reality
  • what service looks like at every phase of a kid’s life
  • mutual fascination
  • how your local church can play a role in helping your family service




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