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How to Avoid Raising Fearful Kids
As parents, we all walk a fine line between setting healthy, helpful boundaries with our kids and being over-protective, helicopter parents.
Naturally, each of us wants to keep our kids from repeating the mistakes we made. If we're not careful, this can lead to a parenting style driven by fear. And fear, as you may know, is a terrible counselor. It also provides a horrible example to follow. Fearful parents raise fearful kids. How do we as parents break fear's grip on our own lives so we can raise children who aren't terrified to take appropriate levels of risk?
Today, Addison, Juli, John, and Lisa will lend you their personal experience with the hope that you can leave some fearful parenting habits in the past. May this episode equip you as a parent to train your kids well rather than trapping them in your own fears.
|Nov 21, 2022|
To Shelter or Not to Shelter? How to Protect Your Kids.
If you’re a millennial you may have grown up with the word “sheltered” coming with a negative stigma. Many parents, in an effort to “protect” their children, end up creating all sorts of rules and boundaries that end up stifling their kids rather than protecting and preparing them.
We’re living in a day and age where most parents feel that no matter what they choose to do—or not to do—the world will inevitably be pushed on their children.
Today, on At Home with the Beveres, we’re taking a fresh look at what it means to “shelter” your kids. Whether you have strongly defined boundaries in your home or you lean toward the free-flowing end of the spectrum, this conversation with Addison, Juli, John, and Lisa will provide plenty of food for thought on the subject!
|Nov 07, 2022|
What We Wish We Had Known (part 2)
Do you ever feel like it’s “too late” for you to parent up to your potential? Or do you feel that you’ve made too many parental mistakes to fully recover from?
Although we wish it was as easy as 1-2-3, to parent perfectly, there’s just no simple formula to get it right all the time. But what we can do is help you learn from our mistakes.
This week on At Home with the Beveres, we answer some of our most frequently asked questions. Addison, Juli, John, & Lisa share some of their parental woes with transparency, giving some keen insights on what they would have done differently in retrospect.
Experience truly is the best teacher—but its lessons can come at a high price. In this episode, learn from their experience—the successes and the setbacks—on how to set the tone in your home!
|Oct 24, 2022|
What We Wish We Had Known (part 1)
Wouldn’t it be nice if someone told you how to avoid their parenting mistakes and familial woes?
Although we wish we could snap our fingers and give you all the answers, there’s no way of telling the future. But what we can do is help you learn from our mistakes.
This week on At Home with the Beveres, we openly discuss what we wish we had known back then that we know now. We pray that these lessons will save you from the same pitfalls and help you set up your homes for success.
So, buckle up as we dive into a two-part series on how to set the tone in your home!
|Oct 10, 2022|
Debunking the “Perfect Family” Myth
Five years ago, people were asking us things like, “How should I study the Bible?” or “How do I write a book or prep a sermon?” But now people are asking us things like… “How do I live?… How do I maintain love in marriage?… How do I position my children to love God?… How do I finish well?”
The topics surrounding family are endless, but today we want to talk about how to reset and begin again when you feel like you haven’t done it well.
Today’s podcast gives you insights on how to get back up after a tough season. You’ll see that God measures us not by how many times we fall, but by how many times we get back up. Join us (John, Lisa, Addison, and Juli) as we demystify the “perfect family” myth and equip you to keep going and growing.
|Sep 23, 2022|
Welcome to the Table
If you’re wrestling with doing family well, you’re not alone. Let’s face it. Family is wonderful…ly complicated. And doing family well is an intricate balance of embracing timeless wisdom and making adjustments on the fly in our fast-paced, ever-changing world.
The conversation on doing family well is so vast we knew we had to do something more thorough to do it justice. That's why we’re thrilled to bring you At Home with the Beveres, this new multi-generational podcast dedicated to discussing all things family.
We haven’t done family perfectly, but we have done it well—which means we’ve made a lot of mistakes and learned from them along the way. Now, we want to share those critical lessons with you!
Whatever your specific season of family looks like, our goal with this podcast is to open our home to you and give you a safe place to engage these important conversations. So without any further ado, grab a cup of coffee or tea, pull up a chair, and tune into episode one here.
|Sep 23, 2022|