Welcome to our Parent Page! There is something to be said about the transformation of the parent heart and if you are like us, you want to have the best for your child - physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Our student ministry desires to walk alongside you as the parent during your teenagers formative years, working to ensure that they are equipped with a rock solid faith and relationship with Christ that can withstand anything they will face when they leave our ministry.
For those parents who would like to be involved in small or large ways in our ministry, please take some time to review this site so that you may better know your options of service. We would love for you to use whatever gifts you offer to strengthen the student ministry here at Covenant. If you have a desire to get involved or have questions regarding our student ministry, please email Jamey Green (Sr. High Youth) or David Burnham (Jr. High Youth) or give up a call at 334.836.0179.
Jamey Green and David Burnham
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Forms & Applications
www.familylife.com - Providing resources & conferences for families
www.familyministries.org - Biblical help for the modern Christian family
www.greatdads.org - Motivating fathers to turn their hearts to their children and training them to be great dads
www.mediaandthefamily.org - National Institute on Media and the Family: A national resource for teachers, parents, community leaders and other caring adults who are interested in the influence of electronic media on early childhood education, child development, academic performance, culture and violence
www.parentstv.org - Parents Television Council: A nonpartisan group, offering private sector solutions to restore television to its roots as an independent and socially responsible entertainment medium
www.parentsplace.com/family - Ideas and tools for successful parenting
www.strugglingteens.com - One of the leading online resources for parents of children making poor decisions, and professionals trying to help those families
www.uyt.com - Understanding Your Teenager Seminars and resources for parents of teenagers
www.CPYU.com - The Center for Parent Youth Understanding is a great organization that will help you navigate the muddy waters of today's youth culture.
www.pluggedinonline.com - "Shining a light on the world of popular entertainment." Get insight on movies, DVDs, TV shows, and music. Sponsored by Focus on the Family
www.search-institute.org - Search Institute is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities. To accomplish this mission, the institute generates and communicates new knowledge, and brings together community, state, and national leaders.
www.mvparents.com - Search Institute is a leading innovator in discovering what children and adolescents need to become caring, healthy and responsible adults. Drawing on extensive research, Search Institute brings solutions to pressing challenges in the lives of young people and their communities. We use this knowledge to motivate and equip everyone to do their part to help create a world where all young people are valued. The premier example of this is our research-based framework of Developmental Assets, which identifies critical building blocks of healthy development and is the most widely recognized approach to positive youth development in North America and, increasingly, around the world.
www.d365.org - The d365 devotional series is produced by Passport, Inc. and The Samuel Project. Passport's seasonal devotional sites, Journey to the Cross and Following the Star, help readers journey through Lent and Advent. These series are written especially for students and seek to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. We hope that in the midst of busy or boring days, these sites will create a quiet space in your life for contemplation and prayer.