What does it take to be a spiritually healthy parent? Michelle Anthony talks about six different dysfunctional parenting styles moms and dads often default to, like micromanaging or being critical.
Dr. Michelle Anthony is the vice president of Learning Resources at David C Cook and the author of Spiritual Parenting, Dreaming of More for the Next Generation, A Theology of Family Ministry and The Big God Story. Anthony has graduate degrees in Christian education, theology and leadership and more than 25 years of church ministry experience as a children’s and family pastor. She has written more than a dozen Christian education and family/youth ministry resources, including David C Cook’s TRU Curriculum.
She leads The Gathering events each year and dozens of TRU events each year, sharing David C Cook’s Family Ministry philosophy around the world.
Anthony and her husband, Michael, have two children and currently live in Colorado Springs,
where she loves a good book and a cup of coffee.
The Critical Parent
Defining Family Dysfunction
When it comes to your home, is God in charge? Author Michelle Anthony reminds us that being healthy doesn’t mean being perfect, but rather means letting God be the Lord of our hearts and homes.