This week on POP Parenting Radio, we are continuing a series on helping kids develop healthy habits with a look at creating healthy habits for the spirit and physically with the help of the Outback vision protocol to check up on kids.
Take a look at the schedule for July, and remember, you can always listen live at 9:00AM ET. If we are not on a radio station local to you, visit our page on Genesis Communications Network, and you can listen streaming. If you’d like to be able to listen to POP Parenting locally, click on the contact button above to let us know, and we’ll tell you how you can help.
Saturday, July 2 — Healthy Habits for the Mind with Jenni & Jody
Saturday, July 23 — Healthy Habits for Organization with author Evan Zislis
Saturday, July 30 — Healthy Habits for Time Management with Steve Schenbaum, founder of Game On.
This Week’s Show Topic
Rabbi Elaine’s latest book is a tongue-in-cheek parenting guide called Your Kid’s a Brat, and It’s All Your Fault. In this episode, she offers insight into why spiritual development is important for children, as well as practical tools for helping kids develop healthy spiritual habits.
Tony Faeth II is the son of Pastors Frann and Tony Faeth of The Church SRQ, and he is a leader in the church community, especially among the youth and young adult population. He offers a unique insight into how his family helped him develop spiritually, and how he now hopes to influence young people.
Caught in the Act
This week’s “Caught in the Act” is a parent that we deeply admire. Angelia Anderson is the mom of three talented young men, including Brother Brother duo Bradley and Brett Anderson. Tune in to hear her inspiring insights on she and her husband raised children with passion and perseverance.
Brother Brother Music
Hey, if you dig the new sound of POP Parenting, we encourage you to check out Brother Brother! They are a super fun two-man Indie Americana band comprised of brothers Bradley and Brett Anderson. They have a new album coming out soon, and we have had the chance to hear some of it — it’s awesome! So go visit them, like them on Facebook and check out their music.