Many single parents have found “DivorceCare for Kids” (DC4K) programs to be a catalyst for greater parent/child communication, children identifying their feelings, and stronger bonds within their single parent family. More than 3,000 churches nationwide and internationally are equipped to offer DC4K programs.
Steve Grissom, founder/president of DivorceCare for Kids, believes the New Year is a great time to put a plan in place to find healing:
“A key step in finding healing for your children is to help them understand that their family may look different than before, but it can still be a loving, happy family with a bright future. Joining a DC4K group is a proactive step in that direction.”
DC4K is a safe, caring place for children ages 5-12 to engage in fun-filled activities while learning about divorce and the many changes they’re encountering. The two-hour weekly programs are packed with games, crafts, journaling, music, exercise and other activities — all designed to help children name and sort through their emotions, learn to communicate their feelings with their parents, and find out about God’s love.
“One boy saw our newspaper ad at school while working on a civics project,” shared a DC4K facilitator from TN. “He cut the ad out and took it home. He showed it to his mother and said, ‘I need this!’”
Too learn more about DivorceCare for Kids and to find locations near you read the full article on Elev8.com – New! “DivorceCare For Kids” Takes Off Around The Country!
BMWK – do you have any programs like this in your area?