Friday, September 30, 2022 - Saturday, October 01, 2022
We have decided to postpone the Full Circle Parenting conference at First Baptist due to complications arising from Hurricane Ian. Though we don’t expect more than heavy rains on Thursday and Friday, Florida, the home of our keynote speaker, looks to be on the east side of the storm and will weather a potential Cat-4 hurricane with tornadoes and flooding.
Several potential issues could arise as he and his wife travel to North Augusta and even more problems trying to get back into Florida on Saturday. We want to honor and protect our guests and allow them to serve their community and help anyone in their church that may need assistance.
Given these factors, we have decided that it is wiser to look for a date to reschedule in the Spring and will announce that to everyone through all available lines of communication.
Please pray for the state of Florida and stay safe as we experience the storms here due to the hurricane.
Parenting isn’t for wimps.
It's not just the routines, schedules, discipline, and heartaches—it's the hard conversations. One of the greatest challenges of parenting is navigating the crucial conversations that we must have with our kids.
Jimmy and Kristin Scroggins have been married for more than twenty five years and have eight children. Jimmy pastors a church in South Florida. They’ve had plenty of crucial conversations in their lives—not only with their own children, but with parents who are scared and seeking wisdom. They know they have to find a way to have those tough conversations from a biblical perspective and a distinctly Christian worldview, but they don’t know how.
If you’re like these parents, Full Circle Parenting was written for you. Using the 3 Circles gospel tool (God’s design; brokenness; gospel), Jimmy and Kristin will give you a “conversation map” to work through any tough conversations you have with your children, and will show you how it works with the following topics and more:
Gender, Sexuality, and Marriage
Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Bitterness, Forgiveness, and Restoration
Friendship and Mean Kids