Raising Healthy Kids in the Digital Age is a difficult thing to do in today’s culture.
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This week, I interview John Rosemond. We discuss the specifics about our upcoming event. If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, I will explain how you can do that below.
John Rosemond joins me behind the microphone in this interview to discuss the event we will both be speaking at this Saturday, March 21, 2015. He is no stranger to our program.
John is a syndicated columnist, licensed psychologist, best-selling author, and a parenting expert.
Instructions on Raising Healthy Kids in the Digital Age
In this interview we discuss:
- Who should attend the event?
- What are we referring to when we say “the other parent?”
- Dangers of unfiltered media and techno devices.
- Generation comparison. How did parents raise their kids in generations past?
- Society’s role on deterioration in our family’s lives.
- What tools do parents need to raise healthy kids?
How to Attend Raising Healthy Kids in the Digital Age
The event is held at Toccoa Falls College (TFC) this Saturday, March 21, 2015. For direct access to get your tickets, go to: LicenseToParent.org/Events.
We have several options on ticket prices.
- General admission is open to individuals at $20
- Couples admission is $30
- Student admission is $10
- Churches & Organizations Bulk rate: Purchase 10 or more at $10 a ticket
- VIP tickets are $100
Outside of a personal donation, the VIP ticket is the largest contribution towards the Shepherds Hill Academy (SHA) Student Scholarship Fund. For $100, you experience VIP treatment for the evening. VIP guests receive personal interaction with event speakers in TFC’s Presidential Dining Hall to share hors-d’oeuvres served prior to the event, as well as a special VIP gift bag.
All proceeds for the night’s event go directly to support the Student Scholarship Fund for SHA to help a family in need.
Conversation Starter: What are some steps you take to safeguard your family in the digital age?