"Lori's approach is to come alongside parents and offer a been there done that type of encouragement and advice.  No judgment or talking down to parents. No textbook answers. Having raised 4 kids of her own in the real world she has earned the right to be heard on the tough issues facing today's teens and she offers such excellent insight. But what I love the most about Lori is her top priority in parenting a child of any age is the condition of that child's heart, not his immediate happiness or behavior. The heart is what matters, the good choices and behavior will follow. This alone sets her apart from all the other pop psychology parenting voices out there. If you get a chance to sit under Lori's teaching, take it!"   -Raney


  P.O.W.W. Packing a Spiritual Punch into your Parenting

  4 sessions content includes:Prayer, Loving others, The Word, Worship


  Loving the Prodigal

  How to Navigate Life When Your Child Takes a Detour 

  7 sessions content includes: Relationships, boundaries, emotions, spiritual warfare, prayer

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Raising Little Kids with Big Love

8 sessions content includes: Parental patience, temper tantrums, whining, power struggles,friendships, sibling relationships

Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love 

8 sessions content includes: Effective communication, trust building, typical temptations, anger, respect, entitlement


Lori is a member of AWSA

(Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) 

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  Raising Toddlers to Teens

  8 sessions content includes: Information from the above two courses

Lori Wildenberg  
‚Äčauthor, speaker, licensed parent-family educator


                                             

Led by the 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting Team 

A parenting conference tailored to your church's needs. Head over to Lori's contact page to begin the dialogue on how we can best serve your community of parents. 

Available CORe Topics: Parenting (toddlers-young adults), Relationships (Marriage, Single Parenting, Step-Parenting, Adoptive and Foster Parenting), Challenges (Special Needs, Prodigal Concerns), Education, Faith in the Family.