In this episode, recorded February 28, 2017, we discuss Communicating with Children During a Faith Transition Pt. 2. Co-hosts are John and Margi Dehlin.
- Lisa Patterson Butterworth, check out Lisa’s Blog, Feminist Mormon Housewives.
- Mary Mealing
- Lisa Keyes
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- John introduces our panelists! ‘5:00’.
- I’m ok without the introductions. The discussion starts ’10:30′.
- John and Margi’s first principle when talking to your children during a faith transition. Go slowly… ’15:24′
- John and Margi’s second principle, be age appropriate! ’24:36′
- A word of caution from Margi. ’36:34′.
- There is wisdom in discretion, and empathy when communicating with others. ’45:29′
- Margi on being sensitive to your children’s emotions. ‘1:00:09’
- John, Margi and the Panelists answer a question from a listener on boundaries. ‘1:07:43’
- It takes work and personal growth and to embody what you want to be. ‘1:32:30’
- What do you do when your child wants to attend a church activity? ‘1:36:57’
- John’s advice for midwestmom. ‘1:44:40’
- Lisa Keye’s closing thoughts. Love is always the answer. ‘1:50:27’
- Mary Mealing on perspective. ‘1:52:45’
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This was so helpful. Thank you so much for this episode.