Raising Spiritual Kids

I hope in hallways and
parking lots you can take
A moment to breathe
To loosen your shoulders
And know it is okay
To not know everything.

– Morgan Harper Nichols

Are you struggling to talk about BLM with your kids? Do you feel helpless when your child throws a tantrum? Have you wondered how to interact with imaginary friends? You want to raise spiritual kids; kids who have inner purpose and an outward calling to do justice. But you’re not sure where to start.

We’ll equip you with data-driven content for braving tough conversations and exploring your child’s imaginative world. Together, we’ll learn to ignite our children’s spiritual passions and encourage ethical actions.

  • Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Reading books about Martin Luther King, Jr. was more than an annual event when my children were young. We had several,

    Helping Kids Have a ‘Happy’ New Year

    “10…9…8…7…6…5…4…3…2…1…Happy New Year!” My family celebrated the start of 2023 with sparkling apple juice toasts, hugs, and noisemakers. We welcome the new year and its new opportunities for living the good life that we all crave.

  • Family Solstice Celebrations

    When my children were young, a family friend invited us to a winter solstice party. There were sparklers and glow sticks,

    Encouraging Empathy When It’s Hard

    Holiday shows play on our sense of connection to beloved characters. Kids who have been left out or bullied know how Rudolph feels.

  • Developing Patience

    “How many more days, mom? How many more?” Every December, my kids would be hyper-charged with excitement for the winter holidays.

    Celebrating Native American Heritage

    When I was growing up, November was a month filled with images of ‘pilgrims’ and ‘Indians’ sharing a traditional meal of turkey,