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Episode 022: Brian Dollar on Equipping Parents for Tough Conversations

In this episode, I interview Brian Dollar, Children’s Ministry Pastor and author, about his new book Talk Now and Later: How to Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics. We talk about Brian’s role and explore how to equip parents to have tough conversations with their kids now, not just later.

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Links Mentioned in This Episode

Talk Now and Later: How to Lead Kids Through Life’s Tough Topics (book) – Brian gives practical advice on how to be proactive in conversations with your kids about everything from God to divorce, death, tragedy, sex, money, choosing good friends, and much more

Playing for Keeps (book) – Reggie Joiner talks about playing for keeps–knowing how much time you have with your kids so that you can make the most of that time

Legacy Countdown App – Encourage parents to use this to keep track of the time they have left with their kids

Divorce Care – A great para-church resource that sets up divorce groups with trained leaders to help adults, students, and kids walk through divorce

“I Blew It!” (book) – Brian shares the biggest mistakes he made while working in kids’ ministry and how you can avoid them

High Voltage Kids Ministry – Check out kids’ curriculum and resources created by Brian and his team

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Next Episode: Carey Nieuwhof

In the next episode, I interview Carey Nieuwhof. Carey and I talk about his new book Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations to Help Your Church Grow as well as what every pastor wants from their family ministry staff.