In Part 1 of this weekend's program, NFL chaplain Jonathan Evans and his wife, Kanika, offer parents practical ideas for effectively leading family devotions.
In Part 2, Jonathan McKee offers parents practical advice and encouragement in a discussion based on his book If I Had a Parenting Do Over: 7 Vital Changes I'd Make.
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Jonathan and Kanika EvansView Bio
A former National Football League fullback, Jonathan Evans is now a chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys. He is also a public speaker, a mentor and the co-author (along with his father, Dr. Tony Evans) of Kingdom Family Devotional and Get in the Game. Jonathan's wife, Kanika, is a busy stay-at-home mom to the couple's four young children. She holds a bachelor's degree in health science studies from Baylor University, and a master's degree in physical therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Jonathan McKeeView Bio
Jonathan McKee has authored 20 books including If I Had a Parenting Do Over, 52 Ways to Connect With Your Smartphone Obsessed Kid, More Than Just Talk and Sex Matters. He has more than 20 years of experience in youth ministry and offers the wisdom he's gained through that experience as he speaks around the world to parents and youth leaders. Jonathan and his wife, Lori, have three children and reside in California. You can learn more about Jonathan by visiting his blog, as well as his website, www.TheSource4Parents.com.