Parenting is hard.

Parenting a child who is ‘sensitive’ or ‘intense’ is even harder!

You don’t have to go through this alone.

Sometimes parenting one particular child presents extra challenges. As our most comprehensive course ever, this 7-session course will give you compelling information that will transform how you see your sensitive and intense kids. You will feel equipped to care for your child by approaching their challenges through the lens of their nervous system and not just from a behavioral standpoint.

When you meet the sensory needs of your child, it enables you to focus on forming deep bonds of connection instead of just constantly managing conflict. Parenting a sensitive and intense child is actually an amazing gift when we see their potential and build their identity around God’s grace and truth in their lives.

Kaka’ako Campus

February 18 – March 31, 2024

Sundays 10:30 am

Conference Area

Deadline to Register is February 11th

Windward Campus

February 21 – April 3, 2024

Wednesdays 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm 

Fellowship Hall

Only 15 spots available!

Testimonies from the Spring 2023 Class

Made Me Think

This class made me stop to think why I’m impatient, getting mad and yelling… is it to discipline him, or because I have no self-control? Maybe I didn’t have the tools to handle it maturely. It made me pause to discover what was the real intention behind our actions, and gave me better words to expanded my vocabulary for disciplining him. It redirected my focus.

Joann, Single Mom of 1

Coming Out of Isolation

I was raised with a like it or leave it mentality. You don’t do it, you get the spanking. That mindset won’t work for the long term. They will obey out of fear instead of understanding what’s truly important. Growing them into responsible adults who can critically think is the most important goal. I would really encourage parents to take this course. Families have been so isolated, especially during COVID. The group connection and hearing other people’s stories was so helpful. So many resources and lessons from other generations that was so useful.

Christina, Mom of 2

Understand What They're Feeling

The Discipline that Connects class taught us that we need to step back and understand what the child is feeling and emphasize with them. That way, they don’t feel challenged and are able to hear us and accept correction more easily.

David & Tabitha, Parents of 4

Testimonies from the Discipline That Connects

Fall 2022 Class

Jennifer Bryant will facilitate discussion time for this course taught by Jim & Lynn Jackson of Connected Families. Jenn has served at One Love Ministries for over 15 years and specializes in education and parent support. Jenn has trained and worked in the California and Hawaii public schools, private Christian education, early childhood education, and is currently a homeschooling mom. 

Jenn founded PracticalFamily.org and is passionate about helping parents work through the struggles of parenting and grow in love and understanding for their kids and themselves. Jenn is a mom of two teens and one fur-baby. 

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