Our aim at Anastasia Kids is to be in partnership with you as you guide your child in their walk with Jesus. We believe that the most important influence in a kid’s life is a parent. Raising tiny humans into responsible adults who love God and love others can feel like a lot of pressure. We’ve gathered resources we hope may be able to help you in your journey.
PARENT CUE This amazing online resource offers relevant articles and resources to help you parent through each phase of your child’s life. Parent Cue is the parent-facing side of our Orange weekend curriculum for our early childhood and elementary kids. Each Sunday your child receives Parent Cue at-home activity guides that reinforce the lessons they learned that week. Sign up for a free Parent Cue account here.
THIRD FLOOR RESOURCE WALL Next time you’re dropping off your child for Anastasia Kids on Sundays, spend a minute or two browsing the age-level resources we have for parents. What’s with the marbles? All are available through the ParentCue Store as well as many free resources, once you’ve logged into a free account.
Visit the Parent Cue blog for timely articles about parenting from preschool through high school. (or click the image below)
CONVERSATIONS ABOUT FAITH Does your child want to talk more deeply about their faith? We have some tools to help you with those conversations. Start with this video (it’s for kids AND parents!), then download the parent guides and let us know how we can help!
- Conversation guide about faith and salvation with your child
- Suggestions for preschoolers through high schoolers
If your child understands and has made a decision to follow Jesus Christ but has never been baptized, we would love to have them join us! If you think your child is ready to make this decision but hasn’t yet, we’re happy to set up a time to talk with them. Visit our Baptism Celebration page for more details.
DOES YOUR CHILD STRUGGLE WITH ANXIETY? At Anastasia Kids, we understand your child may be concerned about everything going on in the world right now. Below, you will find some resources to help you talk through it with them.