DRIVEN Parent Cue – Reflection Session 1

10 Oct

Hi parents! New series but one that have the potential to help your son or daughter in the confusion of who they are to bring clarity to the issue of identity. I hope you will also be honest with them about your struggles when you were their age and even now, how we often hide behind masks in order to please others, but lose ourselves in the process! – Freddy

Series Overview

What do you see when you look in the mirror? Many of us see what we’re not instead of who we actually are, don’t we? We see someone who burned dinner or spilled juice on the carpet. Someone who lost her car keys—again. Someone who is not the right height or weight. Someone plagued with could-have-beens and if-onlys. These disappointments and imperfections are why we want to cover up who we really are. We want to make sure that the world around us sees only the version of us that we want them to see. But the Bible tells us we are children of God—loved and treasured exactly as we are. Over the next two weeks, we are going to challenge your child to take a look at him or herself and dare to be real.

Session One (October 9)

The first week we are going to set up the series by talking about the masks that we all wear. Most of us know we can’t be perfect at everything, but we do have certain areas where we want to appear like we are. We want to be desirable and valued. We want to feel we are worth something. But in order to get those things, we feel the need to cover up who we really are. This week we will encourage your child to begin to allow others to see him or her for who they really are. We want your child to be free from hiding behind masks.

Session One Parent Cue: What are some masks you hide behind? Why do you hide?

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Posted by on October 10, 2011 in DRIVEN, Parent Cue, Parent's Connection


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