2019 Legacy Grandparenting Summit
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Below you will find recordings of the breakout sessions presented during the 2019 Legacy Grandparenting Summit in Fullerton, CA. After checkout, you will receive a link for your MP3 downloads.

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Becoming the grandparent of a child with disabilities brings unique challenges and opportunities. How can you best support your adult child and special-needs grandchild while navigating through your own fears and disappointments at the same time? Through her first-hand experiences as the mother of a child with severe disabilities, Shauna will encourage you and provide you with practical ideas for putting your faith into action under these exceptional circumstances.

 

Speaker: Shauna Amick

Session: Breakout Session #2;
Feb. 22, 2019; 1:00-2:00PM

$5.99

Welcome to the wacky, wonderful world of messy families. As disappointing and difficult as an imperfect family can be, you can still learn to do what you can, let go of what you can’t, and be available to your children and grandchildren when opportunities arise. This pre-conference session will have two themes: “Don't make your grandchild pay for your pain,” and “Don’t grandparent for what you can get out of it.” Come and learn new ways to pass on your faith and build memories with your grandchildren even when family relationships can be a little strained.

 

Speaker: Dave Carder

Session: Pre-conference; Feb. 21, 2019

$5.99

In this breakout session we’ll focus on how we grandparents can live before our grandchildren in a way that demonstrates that Jesus is our greatest treasure – and that he can be theirs as well. It’s not just what we say. It’s how we ordinary people live our lives empowered by God’s extraordinary gospel. How can we, even in this season of life, develop a contagious passion for Christ – one that’s attractive to the next generation? We will be exploring God’s Word, finding solid hope and practical help in how we can live Christ-centered, gospel-fueled lives before our children and grandchildren.

 

Speaker: Larry McCall

Session: Breakout Session #4;
Feb. 23, 2019; 8:30-9:30PM

$5.99

Can I have a lasting impact on the lives of my grandchildren? What is the balance between helping and interfering with my grown children? Is it possible to establish a long-lasting family legacy for Christ? Answers to these questions and more will be presented by Steve and Megan who conducted three years of nationwide studies to develop this groundbreaking teaching for grandparents and the extended family.

 

Speaker: Steve and Megan Scheibner

Session: Breakout Session #2;
Feb. 22, 2019; 1:00-2:00PM

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There's a good reason why God is allowing us all to live a little longer these days: so that we can offer wisdom and encouragement to our teen grandchildren who live in a culture starving for hope and direction! It's up to you whether you'll remain involved in their lives and have an influence on their decisions they'll be making during this critical stage. They need you so it's important to understand how you can remain involved and leave a legacy of hope that will help them during a time that they need you the most, their adolescent years. We'll spend time discussing how you can retain your relational status with your teen grandchildren and remain an influence and inspiration to those who love you dearly.

 

Speaker: Mark Gregston

Session: Breakout Session #1;
Feb. 21, 2019; 4:00-5:00PM

$5.99

Grandparents have leverage and considerable influence in reconciling issues within the family. This breakout session will address the challenges and blessings that come when grandparents prayerfully and boldly seek to strengthen their family through reconciliation, both personally and generationally.

 

Speaker: Ken Canfield

Session: Breakout Session #1;
Feb. 21, 2019; 4:00-5:00PM

$5.99

The call comes in the middle of the night. The caller tells you, “Your grandchild has been taken away from his parents. Either take your grandchild or he will be placed in foster care.” Suddenly, everything you imagined grandparenting would be is shattered by a staggering new reality. Now what? How can I do this? Where do I turn for help? Does this describe you or someone you know? Then, let’s talk. You don’t have to do this alone. Join Cavin Harper, author of the forthcoming book Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren (Bethany House) and other grandparents for a time of idea-sharing and practical advice.

 

Speaker: Cavin Harper

Session: Breakout Session #1;
Feb. 21, 2019; 4:00-5:00PM

$5.99

While parents play the primary formative role in the lives of their children, grandparents can play a significant role as well! What makes you memorable? What will your grandkids always remember most about you? Learn creative, doable initiatives and skills to influence, bless, and nurture your grandchildren for lasting impact—and leave a legacy for generations to come.

 

Speaker: Steve and Valerie Bell

Session: Breakout Session #2;
Feb. 22, 2019; 1:00-2:00PM

$5.99

While parents play the primary formative role in the lives of their children, grandparents can play a significant role as well! What makes you memorable? What will your grandkids always remember most about you? Learn creative, doable initiatives and skills to influence, bless, and nurture your grandchildren for lasting impact—and leave a legacy for generations to come.

 

Speaker: Steve and Valerie Bell

Session: Breakout Session #2;
Feb. 22, 2019; 1:00-2:00PM

$5.99