Family Resource Center

External resources for Wellspring parents


Resources for parents trying to understand teen culture

Do you want to bridge the gap with your preteen and create a deep connection through the midst of a loud culture? Wellspring has partnered with AXIS to bring you a library of resources that dig deep into young adult culture and provide you with ways to be in the know, be ready, and bridge the gap.

Wellspring has purchased this curriculum.  You can have access by contacting our Children's Ministry Director, Jeanée DePierro.

Focus on the Family

Resources for marriage, parenting, and kids

Focus on the Family includes a wide variety of broadcasts, podcasts, telecasts, films, websites, blogs and radio drama programs. These outlets feature information, guidance and practical insights on everything from adoption to marriage to media discernment to pastoral concerns. 

Fuller Youth Institute

"We equip diverse leaders and parents so faithful young people can change our world"

The Fuller Youth Institute turns academic research into practical resources to help make the church the best place for young people to grow. An innovative branch of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, FYI research has pioneered a new era of youth ministry practice and intergenerational discipleship, partnering with faculty from all three of Fuller’s schools to create tools which will change the way the world sees young people.

Parent Cue

Help for parents trying to make the most of their time

ParentCue is a group of family experts and everyday parents coming together to help inspire you to make every fleeting moment count before your kids move on to their next big adventure. Their blog, podcast, and app want to remind you why what you do is so important. To help you focus on what matters most. To discover parenting along with you, so you know you’re not in this alone.

Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (CPYU)

Resources for parents trying to understand teen culture

The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is a nonprofit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers.

At a time when an already confusing youth culture is changing quickly,
CPYU helps parents, youth workers, educators, and others understand teenagers and their culture so that they will be better equipped to help children and teens navigate the challenging world of adolescence.

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Protect Young Eyes

Resources to keep kids safe on the Internet

Protect Young Eyes shows families, schools, and churches how to create safer digital spaces through their website, presentations, and a unique learning app for parents. 

The Source for Parents

Resources for parents trying to understand teen culture

The Source for Parents provides articles, resources, and a Facebook page where parents can interact.  They have music and video game reviews, insights into youth culture, and parenting help articles.  

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