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Helping To Build Our Children’s Sense of Self-Worth

December 7, 2022

So many children and teens struggle today with their self-worth and self-esteem. On this episode, Lorissa shares some simple ways that we as mothers can help build up our children’s sense of self-worth.
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Hello, welcome to Made For Greatness. I am your host today, Lorissa Horn. And as always, I’m so happy you are here and I am excited to dive into today’s episode. As some of you may know, I have spent a lot of my adult life working with teenagers. I love teenagers, I love doing ministry with teens, and I even have four teenagers living in my home with my seven children. Four of them are teens, and my fifth oldest he’s gonna be a teenager on his next birthday. So we have a lot of fun in our house, a lot of energy, a lot of emotions, all of it. And it’s so, so great. Now, I could seriously talk about all the things that I love about teenagers and working with them, but on this episode in particular, I just wanted to share that even over the years of literally working with hundreds, even thousands of young people, I have noticed that quite a few of them, not all of them, but many of them, especially in those adolescent years, really struggle with their self-esteem and their self-worth.

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Lorissa Horn & Sterling Jaquith

Sterling and Lorissa are very different moms. Lorissa lives in town, her family loves playing baseball, and she’s proud to send them to Catholic school. Sterling lives in the country, her family loves camping, and she unschools the kids.

The thing these women have in common, an unyielding devotion to Christ. Seriously, if you hang out with either of them, they’re gonna talk about Jesus, a lot. He’s the center of their life.

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