Mandy MajorsMandy Majors grew up in a small Indiana town and graduated from Indiana University with a BA in political science and criminal justice. Mandy is the author of the book, TALK: A Practical Approach to Cyberparenting and Open Communication. She is the founder and executive director of nextTalk, a nonprofit organization passionate about helping parents prepare for the next conversation with their children. Mandy has been happily married to her best friend, Matt, for seventeen years, and together they’re raising two kids in a quaint little Texas co
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T Bar M is excited to partner with NextTalk encouraging parenting who see a need in their own families. Cyberparenting is not about sheltering. So how do we keep our kids safe online? The answer: open communication. It seems simple, but the process of achieving it is very complicated
Kim ElerickKim graduated from the University of Hawaii with a dual degree in broadcast journalism and family resources with the intent of using media as a way of bringing information and resources to families. Kim and her husband, Charles, of 16 years were part of a pre-marital counseling team that created and led marriage conferences for New Hope, Oahu (one of the largest churches in America). The couple has three children (ages 9, 6 and 2). Kim enjoys the challenges and rewards of homeschooling. Kim is a self-proclaimed foodie and dance-party mama; she is comfortable with the fact that coffee is her non-Jesus-life-force.
A non-refundable $50 deposit per attendee (ages 2+) is required to hold your spot. The remaining balance is due one month prior to the event.
Deposit is not refundable and will be used for our campership program or may be transferred to another Family Camp or Retreat within same calendar year. Balance of money is refundable up to two weeks prior to retreat.
Settle into your lodge room after you arrive Friday evening. Then let the evening gathering and teaching unfold as we dig deep into Parenting our kiddoes well. Before we say goodnight, we will enjoy great conversation and goodnight goodies.
Saturday morning will begin with breakfast and move into more great and insightful teaching and discussion. After lunch it is time to play as hard as the kids do … sports fields, gym, ping-pong, hiking, relaxing, napping, and so much more. We will wrap up the evening with dinner, a bit more teaching and an activity that will make your camper jealous.
Before departure at eleven on Sunday, we will enjoy one more meal and teaching together.