Harris Campus

SERVICE TIMES

Two Services:
Sunday at 8 & 11 AM

Address

7200 E. WT Harris Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28215

Contact

704-531-4000

Mallard Creek Campus

SERVICE TIMES

Sunday at 10:15 AM
Spanish Worship at 9 AM

Address

13200 Mallard Creek Road
Charlotte, NC 28262

Contact

704-531-4000

Latin American

Two Locations:

Harris Campus
7424 E. WT Harris Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28227

Mallard Creek Campus
13200 Mallard Creek Rd
Charlotte, NC 28262

Contact

704-531-4000

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Family Worship

Author: Donald S. Whitney

Gathering together for worship is an indispensable part of your family’s spiritual life. It is a means for God to reveal himself to you and your loved ones in a powerful way. This practical guide by Donald S. Whitney will prove invaluable to f...

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Parenting

Author: Paul Tripp

What is your calling as a parent? In the midst of folding laundry, coordinating carpool schedules, and breaking up fights, many parents get lost. Feeling pressure to do everything “right” and raise up “good” children, it&rsqu...

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Practicing Affirmation

Author: Sam Crabtree

Commending what’s commendable in others refreshes them and honors God. This book helps readers strengthen communication and relationships through the practice of God-centered affirmation....

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Shepherding A Child's Heart

Author: Tedd Tripp

Many parenting books are based on hit-or-miss theories steeped in secular thinking. This one draws from Pastor Tripp's seasoned experience as a father-and from God's Holy Word. Grounded in the Bible's divine plan for parenting, this guide defines you...

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The Gospel & Adoption

Author: Russell Moore

Every Christian isn't called to adopt, but everyone is called to care for orphans. The evangelical adoption movement is but one strand in a long cord of Christian care for orphans. While adoption trends have fluctuated over time in different context...

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The Gospel & Parenting

Author: Russell Moore

We live in a society of broken homes. Having parents in the home doesn’t mean that parenting is actually happening. Parenting is a God-given task that ensures young children are protected and nurtured into maturity in the fear an...

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The Gospel-Centered Parent

Author: Rose Marie Miller, Deborah Harrell, Jack Klumpenhower

Our children are precious to us, so naturally we want to protect them and guarantee their safety and happiness. We want to get it right, so our children will be all right. But we live in a broken world where things don t always (or never?) go as plan...

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Gospel Children

Date: May 20, 2018

Passage: Ephesians 6:1-3

Your Christianity Is Seen In How You Treat Your Parents.


Gospel Children

Date: May 20, 2018

Passage: Ephesians 6:1-3

Your Christianity Is Seen In How You Treat Your Parents.


A Mother's Faith

Date: May 13, 2018

Passage: 2 Timothy 1:3

God Uses A Mother’s Faith To Mold A Child's Future.


A Mother's Faith

Date: May 13, 2018

Passage: 2 Timothy 1:3-5

God Uses A Mother’s Faith To Mold A Child's Future.


Gospel Driven Fatherhood

Date: May 06, 2018

Passage: Ephesians 6:4

A Christian Father Always Points His Children To Christ.



Parent/Child Dedication: A Guide for the Church

Date: May 13, 2018

Author: Kyler Smith

What is a parent/child dedication? Why should I dedicate my child? Who can participate in parent/child dedications? How do I register for the next parent/child dedication?


Christmas: A Guide for the Church

Date: Dec 23, 2018

Author: Kyler Smith

From the very beginning, God promised that He would save His people from their sins. For years, God’s people waited for their promised Savior to come until, at last, God kept His promise! Christians around the world celebrate this day as Christmas.


Parenting Means Wrestling Demons

Date: Mar 4, 2015

Author: Jonathan Parnell

There is a war on children, and we are all, in one way or another, playing some role in it.



How to Raise an Alien Child

Date: Aug 26, 2017

Passage: 1 Peter 2:11-12

Jen Wilkin delivers a keynote based on 1 Peter 2:11-12 calling parents to raise their children to stand out rather than fit in. She discusses six key areas in which parents can help their children trade the comfort of “fitting in” for the calling...


Child Parent Relationship Training

Every Sunday, from 02/16/2020 to 04/19/2020, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Mallard Creek Campus 13200 Mallard Creek Road, Charlotte, NC US 28262

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Room: 331

Class taught by Dr. Christa Phipps.

Parenting can be hard and seem very lonely. Child-Parent Relationship Training is an interactive group where parents learn how to have a better relationship with their children. Throughout the 9 weeks, parents learn how to communicate with their child, learn discipline techniques, and learn how to slow down and enjoy their child, while having the support of other parents.
Note: One requirement of this group is that each caregiver set up and videotape playtimes. This will be used to assist with the development of parenting skills taught in the group.

Objectives:
1. Teach the parent to relate to the child.
2. To strengthen the parent-child relationship.
3. Help parent be sensitive to their child’s feelings.
4. Learn how to encourage their child’s ability to make decisions, and to take responsibility for actions.
5. Change the perception of their child.
6. Learn the skills needed to facilitate the parent-child relationship.

Class Outline:

  • Session 1: Training Objectives and Reflective Responding
    • Parents are introduced to the basic principles of child rearing and discipline.
    • Parents discuss parenting concerns.
  • Session 2: Basic Principles for Play Sessions
    • Parents are introduced to the basic principles of CPRT.
  • Session 3: Parent-Child Play Session Skills and Procedures
    • Basic Skills Continued.
    • Discipline/Limit setting introduced.
  • Session 4: Supervision Format and Limit Setting
    • Review the skills parents demonstrated over the week.
    • Limit setting skills taught.
  • Session 5: Play Session Skills Review
    • Reviewing and encouraging parents in using the new skills.
    • Processing the experiences.
  • Session 6: Supervision and Choice Giving
    • Supervision of skills throughout the week.
    • Teaching discipline technique: Choice Giving.

Definition of CPRT:
A unique approach used by professionals trained in play therapy to train parents to be therapeutic agents with their own children through a format of didactic instruction, demonstration play sessions, required at-home laboratory play sessions, and supervision in a supportive atmosphere. Parents are taught basic child-centered play therapy principles and skills including reflective listening, recognizing and responding to children’s feelings, therapeutic limit setting, building children’s self-esteem, and structuring required weekly play sessions with their children using a special kit of selected toys. Parents learn how to create a nonjudgmental, understanding, and accepting environment that enhances the parent– child relationship, thus facilitating personal growth and change for child and parent. Landreth, Garry L.; Bratton, Sue C. (2005-11-18). Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model (p. 11). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

 


The Paul Tripp iOS App

Date: Dec 1, 2018

Author: Paul Tripp

Type: Apps

Read, watch, and listen to more than 750 free pieces of content from pastor and best-selling author Paul David Tripp. Download this app today for gospel-centered teaching on marriage, parenting, evangelism, suffering, doctrine, and more...


Challies Daily Podcast

Date: Jun 3, 2019

Author: Tim Challies

Type: Podcast

The Challies Daily Podcast shares daily content from Challies.com. Listen in for reflections on the Bible, thoughts on Christian living, reviews of Christian books, and much more.


Journeywomen

Date: Feb 9, 2020

Type: Podcast

Life’s a journey we were never meant to walk alone. We all need friends along the way! On the Journeywomen podcast we’ll chat with Christian leaders about gracefully navigating the seasons and challenges we face on our journeys to...


Risen Motherhood

Date: Feb 9, 2020

Type: Podcast

Every Wednesday, we release a new episode of the Risen Motherhood podcast. On the show we discuss relevant topics to everyday motherhood through the lens of the gospel. From potty training or cooking dinner, to miscarriage or PPD, no topic is off...