Loving the Sinner is Harder When It’s Your Teen

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While parenting is rarely an easy task, there’s something about the hugs and laughs that seems to make it all worth it. But what about when your source of joy suddenly becomes your greatest source of frustration? This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston discusses how to get through to “hard to love” kids in a way that offers hope and healing after broken trust.

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When a Teen Breaks Your Trust


When your teenage son or daughter destroys your trust, how do pick up the pieces and start to rebuild a broken relationship?  Today on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston offers words of encouragement and direction for moms and dads who’ve been let down by their teens. Mark will be joined by DeeDee Mayer, a licensed clinical social worker at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, California. A message of hope and healing … on Parenting Today’s Teens.

When Kids Break Your Trust


If there is one guarantee in parenting it’s this: someday your child will betray your trust.  When the inevitable does happen, how should Mom and Dad respond?  On Parenting Today’s Teens this week, Mark Gregston shares some helpful tips about moving past the hurt, and rebuilding the trust that was broken.