Skip to main content
  1. Life
  2. Religion & Spirituality
  3. Western Religions

Raising kids to do hard things seminar

Parents, are you searching for Biblical strategies you can employ within your home as you raise your kids? The Raising Kids to Do Hard Things seminar is a parenting seminar that is for both parents and teens. Gregg Harris, a Christian and well known conference speaker and author believes that doing hard things is a lot easier for kids when you’re doing it with your parents on board.

  • His first-born son, Joshua Harris is the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye.
  • His second son, Joel Harris, is an accomplished musician, music instructor and worship leader who trains others to lead worship.
  • His 20-year old twin sons, Alex & Brett Harris, are the co-founders of TheRebelution.com and best-selling co-authors of Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations.

This is a seminar you don't want to miss.

Location:
Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center
1800 Highway 26 East, Grapevine, TX 76051

Dates and Times:
October, 8-9, 2010, Friday, 7:00-9:00 PM & Saturday 9:00 AM - 5 PM

Pricing:
Early Bird Registration ends 63 days prior to event - $35 per person
Pre-Registration ends 21 days prior to event - $45 per person
Standard Registration ends the day of the seminar - $55 per person

Family Rate: One flat rate includes parents, all unmarried children (ages 10+) & grandparents.
Early Bird Registration ends 63 days prior to event - $145 per family
Pre-Registration ends 21 days prior to event - $195 per family
Standard Registration ends the day of the seminar - $245 per family

GROUP DISCOUNTS are available.

Volunteer Opportunities are available.

Register Here

Comments

  • Kelly Combs 4 years ago

    This looks great! Seems like a wonderful family too.

  • Chel's Legacy 4 years ago

    I have been so fascinated by the work of these young men in the past...I did a post a while ago on the Rebelution website. I would love to take my 12 year old in just a couple more years to this conference. Actually, I would love for my husband to take our 12 yo in just a couple more years! Great write up! More parents need to be aware of what this family is doing to help this younger generation break through the stereotype of "teenager."

Advertisement

Life

  • Randy Travis
    Randy Travis returns with 'Influence Vol. 2: The Man I Am' in August
    Today's Buzz
  • Alternative medicine
    Alternative medicine: Remedies to make the bugs in your body go away for good
    Camera
    7 Photos
  • Beach body
    Fitness: Earn your beach body badge with bootcamp classes
    Camera
    10 Photos
  • Back to school
    These 10 items are sure winners on your back-to-school shopping trip
    Camera
    12 Photos
  • Izabel Goulart
    Izabel Goulart walks the runway with Studio F at Colombia Moda
    Camera
    19 Photos
  • Ombre' technique
    Go for the gusto: What ombre' technique are you?
    Camera
    5 Photos