Front Porch Parenting Workshop 2016
Guest speakers David and Lisa Fraze will give parents and grandparents encouragement and practical tips on how to nurture a solid foundation of faith in their children (or grandchildren). Front Porch Parenting is a way of thought more than a step-by-step guide to parenting kids in today’s world. Loaded with practical ideas (often arising from the failures seen from our own front porch) this seminar will take parents and grandparents through a new-old way of parenting children. Yes, it does take a village to raise a child. This seminar is about inviting that village onto your front porch for assistance. You won’t want to miss it!
|WHO: Parents or Grandparents
WHERE: Canyon Church
* * *Childcare Available* * *
WHEN: February 27-28
COST: $10 per person
Saturday Evening, Feb. 27
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GUEST SPEAKERS – DAVID & LISA FRAZE:
DAVID FRAZE is the Special Assistant to the President of Lubbock Christian University and the Fort Worth Area Director and Manager of DFW Character Coaches for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Based out of North Richland Hills, TX, David has been a student minister for over 25 years, and has a Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a popular speaker at Youth Events, Public/Private School Events, Ministry Trainings and Seminars. David is also a writer who has contributed articles for youthspecialties.com, ENGAGE, the quarterly journal of The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding, Youth Worker Journal, Journal of Student Ministries, and the Fuller Youth Institute. He serves as a Ministry Coach for Youth Specialties. In his free time, David serves as Character Coach for Richland High School Athletics.
LISA FRAZE completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Lubbock Christian University in 1993 and has maintained her social work license for over 22 years. She started her career in social work in the home health setting working as a case manager for people with disabilities. She eventually became the Director of Social Services and then Director of Quality Improvement of State Programs. She has also been involved in the lives of adolescences and their families for over 25 years as a youth minister’s wife. She worked as a Project Manager with Communities in Schools providing case management to students who were considered at-risk. She completed her Masters in Counseling at Dallas Baptist University and currently works as a Student Assistance Counselor at a Title 1 Middle school.
David and Lisa have been married for 25 years. They have two children: Braeden and Shelbee.