Kendra Fleming

We are honored to have Kendra Fleming, a dear friend, guest post on our blog. Kendra is the Director of Children’s Ministry at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, GA. She lives in Cumming, GA with her husband Gary and their four children, Jessica (19), Catherine (18), Jack (15), and Emily (13).

Parenting Takes Courage

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Parenting Takes Courage

Confession: I lay awake at night and worry about my kids. It’s true. I know that worry is a waste of time. I know that worry shows a lack of… Read More
Forgiveness Matters

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Forgiveness Matters

Your children will be treated unfairly. They will be lied to. They will be betrayed. There is no question that someone will hurt your children someday in someway. The question… Read More
How to Inspire a Grateful Heart | Parent Cue Blog

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How to Inspire a Grateful Heart

When my kids were little and someone would give them a cookie or a toy,  I would always say, “What do you say Jack?” And his sweet little voice would… Read More

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The Ultimate Creator

When children are born, we marvel over every little toe on their foot. Everything about them is amazing to us. And when we get that first smile—oh man, I remember… Read More

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Have Patience

When I was a kid my mom taught us a song about a snail named Herbert who needed to learn to have patience. Being the awesome big sister that I… Read More
Traditions Create Memories | Parent Cue Blog


Traditions Create Memories

One of my favorite Christmas traditions is to bake a birthday cake for Jesus on Christmas Eve and decorate it with the kids. I usually try to make a multi-layer… Read More

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Courage is Confusing

We know this isn’t courage, but when you’re a kid, it can be confusing. When do you walk away and when do you stay and fight? What does it look… Read More
Raising Beautiful Girls

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Raising Beautiful Girls

Very few women make it through those early years completely unscathed. But if our girls are to grow up and thrive with confidence in spite of the standards of this… Read More

Create A Rhythm


I was listening to "Summer Nights" by Rascal Flatts on the radio the other day and thought, every summer seems to be marked by a song. I’m not endorsing the… Read More

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Parent for Life

For some reason when my kids were little, I used think that I only had them until they turned 18. Like my job would suddenly end. When they were babies… Read More
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