Raising kids isn’t easy, but the most helpful advice can come from right next door. Join host Ivy Lassiter as she draws on her experience working with families and practical tips from some of the best experts – parents who’ve been there, too.
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This is such an encouraging and hopeful podcast. Parenting is hard and often leaves us tired and feeling overwhelmed. Ivy and her guests remind us of the joy we have in the Lord and how he parents through us.
This is great encouragement for us parents. And how God is ALWAYS in control. My favorite part is when Ivy says what she got from the conversation at the end. I mean what a great encouragement to start the day or ending it! I’m always looking forward to it!
I love to listen to the many perspectives from people who have lived very different lives. This is always so encouraging!
This podcast is full of practical advice and wisdom for parents. Such a wide range of topics are covered. Ivy does a great job of asking questions and getting the most from the people she interviews. I could not recommend it enough to anyone with children in their lives!
I love this podcast! I walk away from every conversation inspired by those who share their stories. I have been encouraged, gained wisdom, and grown in my perspective about this parenting journey. I love hearing all these stories about how God uses parenting to draw us nearer to Him.
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For Parents launched 2 years ago and published 64 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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