Nurture Your Child or Grandchild’s Spiritual Health

Course equips expecting parents, parents of young children, and grandparents to nurture a child’s faith

By Tyndale Communications  /  Monday, April 26, 2021

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A child learns more quickly during their first few years of life than at any other time. The formative years are when a child experiences rapid intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development. But their spiritual development also needs attention. Nurturing a child’s spiritual development takes an investment of time, commitment and prayer.

For four Saturdays in June, Tyndale will be offering a Christian parenting course for expecting parents, parents of young children, and grandparents to help them nurture children from 0-7 years old.

Spiritual Parenting: Raising Disciples at Home

Date: Sat. June 5 - Sat. June 26 (4 sessions)
Time: 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Cost*: $279 per family (including grandparents)
*Tyndale students and alumni are eligible for 10% discount
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Parents and grandparents need to be empowered and equipped to raise disciples of Jesus at home. Discover ways to navigate faith development stages within the context of intergenerational relationships. Together, we will explore several practical ways to implement family spiritual disciplines and practices such as: prayer, sabbath, service, celebration, and confession.

Through a combination of videos, discussions, and live instruction, you will have the opportunity to connect and come alongside other like-minded families who are also on their spiritual parenting journey.


Jenn Aspilla

Jenn Aspilla (M.Div., CSD) is the Instructor for Tyndale Seminary in the areas of Spiritual Formation of Children, Youth, and Families. She is also the Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Encounter Covenant Church and Lay Minister at Bramalea Free Methodist Church. Jenn resides in Brampton, Ontario with her husband and children ages 6 and 4.