Parenting Roundtable Sunday September 18

St. Luke Lutheran Adult Education Committee Presents Talking to Your Kids about Sexuality - If you don’t, who will? 

“Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s spirit dwells in you?”
1 Corinthians 3:16.  

Parents are welcome to attend this open forum for a frank, informative discussion on how to talk with kids about the challenging topic of sex.  This will be an open discussion guided by a moderator, which will include how to talk to our kids about their own sexuality, what they might be encountering online, and how the messages and realities that kids today face are different from when their parents were the same age.  The conversation will be open to all questions adults may have about the topic.  Any attendees of last year’s event will find this to be a continuation of the conversation started last year around this important topic. 

The event will be moderated by Kristen Gay, PhD, School of Community and Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.  Kristen is currently the CEO/President of the Silver Springs Martin Luther School in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.  

Sunday, September 18 from 9;45-10:45 a.m. the Adult Education and Sunday School hour here at St. Luke
In the Choir rehearsal room adjacent to the sanctuary.  Look for signs that morning.  

Look for upcoming announcements regarding additional parenting forums coming in the next few months.  Topics currently scheduled will include:

1) The impact of social media and the internet on the lives of our children.
2) Raising toddlers.  

Coffee & Conversation

Second and Fourth Wednesdays
Get together casually and talk about whatever is going on in the world and our lives. There's no agenda or specific topic. Just drop into Starbucks at Gateway Shopping Center between 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. and chat. Stay for a few minutes or the whole time. Bring a friend.  The conversation is shaped and enriched by the diversity of the people that come and often wanders into thinking about how belief and God are at work in our lives or the world.