Let's Parent on Purpose with Jay Holland

Let's Parent on Purpose with Jay Holland


Latest Episodes

Ep. 284: The Most Effective Parenting Style for Teens
July 03, 2022

The teenage years are a time of radical change. But it’s not just our teenagers who must go through change. Parenting styles and roles rapidly evolve as our children move closer to adulthood. In this

Ep. 283: Communication and Conflict Part 4 A New Vision For Your Family
June 26, 2022

This is last episode in a four part series to help parents and teens improve their communication and reduce conflict. It’s adapted from a parent/teen retreat and includes small group questions you hel

Ep. 282: Communication and Conflict Part 3 Retooling for Healthier Conflict
June 19, 2022

This is part three of a four part series to help parents and teens improve their communication and reduce conflict. It’s adapted from a parent/teen retreat and includes small group questions you help

Ep. 281: Communication and Conflict Part 2 Refilling the Love Bank
June 12, 2022

This is part two of a four part series to help parents and teens improve their communication and reduce conflict. It’s adapted from a parent/teen retreat and includes small group questions you help yo

Ep. 280: Communication and Conflict Part 1: Know Your Enemy
June 05, 2022

This is part one of a four part series to help parents and teens improve their communication and reduce conflict. It’s adapted from a parent/teen retreat and includes small group questions you help yo

Ep. 279: A Walkthrough of a Family Sabbath Dinner
May 29, 2022

This year our family has been stretched and scattered. We have experienced significant disorientation as we walk through a leukemia relapsed. To combat the disorientation, we are developing a new prac

Ep. 278: How to Measure a Good Day
May 22, 2022

How do you measure a good day? What are the things you can control when everything feels out of control? As we walked through a month of ICU hospitalization with our son for his bone marrow transplant

Ep. 277: Our Father is Always Working
May 15, 2022

Sometimes I feel the pressure to fix all of the broken things in my family and friends. It’s especially paralyzing when you cannot see what God is doing. In this devotional form John 5, we see that Je

Ep. 276: The Freedom of Simplicity
May 08, 2022

What would happen if you had to live without 95 percent of your “stuff”? That’s exactly what our family has been experiencing as we live in a rental house for a couple of months. The conclusion: we ar

Ep. 275: What if My Child Gets Sick... Really Sick
May 01, 2022

There are few fears more gripping to a parent than the thought that one of their children might get sick... really sick. Sick to the point of real suffering. Sick to the point of no answers. Sick to t