Raising kids with faith and character doesn’t have to be difficult. Parent Cue gives you four simple ways to connect with the heart of your child each week.
You already know a thing or two about life, character, faith, and what it takes to be the human you were created to be. If you’re like most parents, you want to pass on that knowledge to your kids whether they are three years old, seven, or seventeen.
But sometimes the day-to-day pace of parenting crowds out the intentional conversations we want to have with our kids. Where do we start? When do we find the time? How do we know if we’re being successful?
With Parent Cue, you never have to parent alone. Parent Cue is a team of family experts and everyday parents working together to provide the support you need so you can be the parent you want to be.
We developed the Parent Cue App to specifically help you raise kids in faith and character by strengthening the relational rhythm of your home, elevating important topics of conversation, and connecting you with local leaders who can support your family beyond this digital space.
To strengthen the relational rhythm of your home, Parent Cue App gives you four cues each week to help you connect with the heart of your child. Each cue is strategically designed for the age of the child you are raising and helps you develop family patterns that will enhance your long-term relationship with your child over time. .
To elevate important topics of conversation, the Parent Cue App gives you monthly topics on faith and character so you can incorporate big ideas into everyday life. To support each monthly idea, Parent Cue updates with weekly Bible story videos, memory verses, devotional experiences, and more based on the age of the child you are raising.
To connect you with local leaders, Parent Cue App partners with over 34,000 churches around the world. To find your church, or discover a church that partners with the Parent Cue strategy, use the simple “church finder” feature and sync your profile with a local ministry. Once you have associated with a church, you will receive all important updates, notifications, events, etc… from that ministry.
There are 936 weeks from the time a child is born until they turn 18 and move on to what’s next. These 936 weeks are unlike any other time in a person’s life. They lay the foundation of faith and character. They are the groundwork of establishing identity, belonging, and purpose.
Parent Cue helps every caregiver count the weeks, so you can make the weeks really count.
We’ve updated the Parent Cue app, but you probably won’t even notice. It’s some behind-the-scenes stuff about as interesting as doing dishes.
Ratings and Reviews
So this app is sooooo cool! There is so many amazing things about this app that it is very hard to just pinpoint one part of it! I have all of my kids and step kids in the app and it is a reminder for myself that I have so many weeks left with my kids before they are grownups! When I am at my ends wit and feel frustrated I am able to open up the app and it reminds me how blessed I am to have each kid and helps me understand where they are at emotionally mentally and gives me ideas for what I can do to be a better parent! Also for my younger kiddos it has videos that we’re able to watch together! And my kids absolutely love the one on one quality time even if the video is 5 to 7 minutes long it gives enough time for me to be able to give them that and learn with them, and go over scripture with them and pray with them... but it’s not too long to where it takes up all day if you have more than one kiddo! It gives me solid biblical direction- in my home our kids are ages 5-17 which is A LOT of different stages! I have emotional crazy teenagers that are challenging new things and ideas and wanting more freedom and independence and sometimes I’m stuck because of questions or behaviors but I seriously am able to find great ideas and understanding because the app designers really went out of there way to do the research to get every area!! I hope you enjoy as much as I have!!! Super amazing!!
There are apps to help parents through all kinds of child development. But especially when the pandemic started last year, I realized that I had been relying a lot on our church nursery and Sunday school to teach our kids about faith. I wanted something that would give practical advice on how to help your child grow in their faith from infancy on to keep me on track, especially while we were having to stay home. This is that resource! My kids will actually watch the videos! They’re actually learning the memory verses and prompt question and answers. I know the stuff presented is theologically solid. I am so thankful to have discovered this resource. 5+ stars :)
I feel like this app is a good start. For starters, it’s super easy to navigate. I like that it shows you how many weeks you have with your kiddos before they graduate from high school- it kind of puts things in perspective. You get to watch what the kids are watching in Sunday school so you can talk about it later. There’s the monthly memory verse and activity to reinforce the lessons, too.
The additional parent blog and podcast are nice resources- my kids are little-little, so it’s easy to get caught up and forget that they’re still new to EVERYTHING.
I wish it had an option to add more activities or memory verses. I’m seeking for any tips to put God’s word into tangible actions that they can understand and connect to. (I.e. giving them honey to eat while saying good words and vinegar while saying unkind things.) And they’re little sponges, I know they can handle more than one memory verse a month.
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