Welcome to Faith First Parent, the homepage for all your parenting firsts. Everyday is a new adventure with little ones, tweens, teens and beyond. At Faith First Parent, you’ll be inspired to be the best you can be in your
parenting, family life, and marriage. Families are the foundation of society.
Moms and dads have the awesome task of raising children to be capable,
responsible, and loving adults.
Let’s journey together.
Family life is a joy most of the time, but sometimes the going can get rough. Be encouraged that you are not alone.
We all deal with firsts: first step, first tooth, first day of school, first date.
I’m passionate about faith and families. Join me on this amazing journey of parenting. You and I will tackle all your parenting firsts with faith, hope, and love.
The 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting team is comprised of moms and dads who are trained in the areas of family, faith, and education. All are parents in various stages of life; single parents, adoptive parents, step-parents, home-school parents, public school parents, stay-at-home parents, working parents, parents of toddlers, parents of teens, parents of in-betweens, parents of young adults, and even grandparents. Team members have expert voices weighing in on education, marriage, nutrition, discipline, and most importantly, faith. Personally, we can relate. Professionally, we can support. Subscribe to the quarterly newsletter!
The 1 Corinthians 13 Parent series, written by Lori Wildenberg and Becky Danielson, M.Ed., is based on the famous Love Chapter. What does love look like when parenting little kids and big kids? Find out by delving into 1 Corinthians 13.
• Increase your child’s self-worth by demonstrating patience
• Act in kindness to build family unity
• Foster sibling relationship rather than sibling rivalry
• Control your anger and effectively deal with tantrums
• Be your child’s advocate in the school setting
• Support your gifted or special needs child
• Build a relationship with your kids that will last a lifetime
• Discover how to adjust your parenting approach
• Increase family cohesiveness
• Put respect back into your family
• Replace rivalry with relationship
• Deal with your anger (and your child’s)
• Provide tools for your young person regarding temptation and more