Tim Walker

Tim Walker is the managing editor for parent curriculum at Orange. He has been married to his wife, Jennifer, for over 20 years and has three sons.

Let Your Kids See Your Faith | Parent Cue Blog
Let Your Kids See Your Faith | Parent Cue Blog

Faith | Family Life

Let Your Kids See Your Faith

We think that our teens don’t really want to hear from us anymore about faith, and maybe that is true. But they do want to see us. They want to… Read More
Dealing With Worry When Your Kid Gets Their Driver's License | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | High School (9th-12th)

Dealing With Worry When Your Kid Gets Their Driver’s License

Trust what you’ve taught them. More than likely, you’ve spent the last year teaching and preparing them for this day. Read More
How to Build a Bridge Back to Your Kid After an Argument | Parent Cue Blog

Character and Values | Family Life | Fight For The Heart | High School (9th-12th) | Imagine The End | Middle School (6th-8th)

How to Build a Bridge Back to Your Kid After an Argument

disagreements happen—especially with a middle or high schooler. As they are forming opinions about what they believe their world should or shouldn’t look like, sometimes it collides head-on into your… Read More
Something to Remember When You Feel Anxious as a Parent

Family Life

Something to Remember When You Feel Anxious as a Parent

There’s something about becoming a parent that activates anxiety in many of us. For me, it happened when we were leaving the hospital with each kid (I have three). Adding… Read More
The Humility of Connection

Elementary (K-5th) | Family Life | Fight For The Heart | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

The Humility of Connection

Connection takes humility. Connection takes work. And connection takes time, cultivated in many invisible acts. Read More
The Myth of the Perfect Kid

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

The Myth of the Perfect Kid

We parents are an emotional, neurotic mess, aren’t we? Sure, some of us are better at hiding it than others, but push the right button or confront the right issue,… Read More

High School (9th-12th) | Imagine The End

The Temporary Car Lot at My House

I’m not exactly sure how to say this without it coming across like I’m bragging, so I’ll just come out and say it. I’m overly considerate. Before you nominate me… Read More

Family Life | Imagine The End

Leaving a “Legacy” Feels Overwhelming

There are some people who are intentional about leading. They love leadership. They listen to podcasts, read books, and go to conferences, all to be come a better leader. They… Read More

Celebrations | High School (9th-12th) | Imagine The End | School Life

This Time Next Year

As this year's graduates said their goodbyes, I watched with a renewed attention. This will be us next May. Celebrating. Dreaming. Planning. So much of what I thought I knew… Read More
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