Almost one million Australian children are growing up in a home without their biological father. Time and research has shown that this is not the optimum environment for children.
As a result many children and indeed adults, carry a father-wound inflicted by careless or uninvolved fathers. Many men who are now fathers still feel the old wounds inflicted by their own father. The challenge is to break this generational cycle and create a better place for our children.
This is the aim of the Good to Great Fathering course.
Good to Great also benefits mothers as they see the benefits of a more involved and committed father. Good to Great fathering is about education, support, recognition and a mutual sense of achievement for groups of men who together strive for excellence in the most important task of their lives.
The Good to Great Fathering course is about men partnering together for a fathering breakthrough.
Good to Great is all about inspiring and equipping fathers to go to the next level as a dad. Every young child believes that his or her father is the best dad in the world. Good to Great is about preparing fathers to prove their children right, one family at a time.
Great kids need great parents and with the right tools anyone can be a great parent! Whether for grandparents, parenting with a partner, sole parents, blended or foster families, Toolbox has something to offer. If you are looking for practical strategies, inspiration, encouragement and insight in growing as a parent, then Toolbox parenting is for you.
There are 3 courses available, depending on the age of your children.
Church@paravista supports traditional marriage. It is our desire to encourage all married people, regardless of their age or life stage, to keep growing together, enjoying married life together and glorifying God together.
The Married People program is for all married people, from 1 year of marriage experience and beyond. The church@paravista Married People program is all about equipping those in marriage to grow together. This occurs through a range of experiences for couples, monthly emails and small group and large group experiences, all designed to encourage marrieds to make their marriage a reflection of Jesus’ love for the church.
4 core habits guide what we do:
Married People content comes from marriedpeople.org