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.

  • How Curiosity Enhances Relationships

    My daughter and her best friend met in 2nd grade. Their first weeks together were spent asking each other questions: What’s your favorite color?

    Helping Children Find Their Anchors

    As we were preparing to move from one state to another, my four year old fell apart. “Where’s my train,

  • Making Kindness a Goal

    My social media feeds have been flooded with ‘first day of school’ photos. Children stand holding signs proclaiming their grade in school and –

    Affirming Gender Diversity

    When my children were young, we dressed them in a rainbow of hues. Some people found this frustrating because they couldn’t reliably guess our kids’ genders.

  • Celebrating Juneteenth with Young Children

    The United States’ newest federal holiday, Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation of African Americans from slavery. It can be a complicated event to mark with young children because talking about slavery is tough.

    Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness

    Walking through the farmer’s market last weekend, I overheard a conversation between a coffee vendor and a customer. The vendor didn’t take credit cards and the customer didn’t have cash.