Has anyone told you lately how awesome you are?
You think you go unnoticed, but we see you. You’re unlike any other. You’re like the real life Superwoman, but better. You manage work, marriage, and motherhood, and you do it all like a boss. That’s right, girl. You inspire us every day.
But we also know about the very real side effects to #MomLife. It’s exhausting. Raising kids isn’t all sunshine and rainbows—it’s a level of chaos unlike any other.
If there’s ever a chance we can help make your #MomLife easier, you know we’re on it. After all, you deserve it!
That’s why we want to tell you about 22:6 Parenting—a digital subscription and community that helps parents connect with their kids on a daily basis, talk to them about Jesus, and make the most of their time together.
There are a ton of reasons why we think you’ll love 22:6, but here are just a few:
1. Families Get the Practical Tools They Need
Ever struggle with talking to your kids about God? Or maybe you‘d like to have a practical plan for helping your child develop spiritually each month? You’ll get just that with 22:6 Parenting. Every month, members receive a downloadable parenting guide based on a biblical theme or “mile marker” with intentional ways to connect with your kids—like the ones below!
“The content for 22:6 Parenting is designed around the four key times of the day that Moses describes in Deuteronomy 6:7,” said Dr. Josh Straub, the co-creator of 22:6. “The goal is to help parents talk with their kids and instill biblical values without having to carve out extra time from their already busy day.”
The content includes:
- Morning prayers
- Drive time games
- Dinnertime stories
- Bedtime questions
- Weekly Bible stories
If you’re ever pressed for time and can’t apply the content every day, Josh says that’s OK.
“You don’t have to complete all of the content each month. It’s designed for you to choose what is best for your family,” Josh said. “The goal is to help you invest intentionally with your kids when you can.”
Members also receive a coaching video every month with practical application for how to foster character development and spiritual formation in their kids.
“The materials and videos are so helpful,“ said Mallory, a member. “It’s packaged into a nice format, at my fingertips, and ready to implement into our family.”
2. Families Get Ongoing Coaching from Dr. Josh + Christi Straub
We have a confession to make. We really like Dr. Josh and Christi Straub. In fact, we wish we could be best friends with them.
They are the real deal. Not only do they have 16 collective years of experience counseling families, but they love Jesus, they’re raising two precious kiddos themselves, and they’re honest about their own parenting struggles. (i.e. They don’t pretend to have everything figured out.)
Josh is an author and marriage/family strategist at LifeWay. Christi is a writer, speaker, and a co-leader of The Straub Co., a company designed to empower marriages and families.
Together, they make a pretty dynamic duo.
By the way, they also host a weekly podcast called “In This Together,” and it’s one of our new favorites out there.
3. Families Get Access to a Shame-Free Community
After signing up, members get access to a private Facebook group.
“This is one of my favorite parts of 22:6 Parenting,” Josh said. “Every day we see parents encouraging one another, asking questions and getting help, praying for one another, and lifting each other up.”
Members also hear directly from Josh and Christi via Facebook live in the group. If a member ever has a question unique to his or her parenting journey, they can post it in the group and have a deeper discussion later via Facebook Live.
“The 22:6 Community is incredible,” said Ashley, a member. “We’re so thankful and have been so blessed by this ministry. It’s so refreshing and validating to know we’re not alone in our struggles.”
Some of the questions that Josh and Christi have discussed in previous months include:
- How do you address anger in a strong-willed child?
- How do you deal with “I don’t know?” when trying to engage your kids in conversation?
- How do you discipline a two-year-old?
Want to learn more about 22:6? Join the 22:6 Parenting email list today and get a free eBook (pictured below).