(Note: Today’s program is available for “on demand” listening—in the embedded player on this page or as a download–after 3pm ET.) Are you an authentic parent? Dr. Randy is joined by Roy Baldwin, Director of Parenting and Youth Outreach for Focus on the Family, and together they will help you to become that Authentic Parent. Join Dr. Randy Carlson on the next Intentional Living. We’d love to hear from you! Join the Intentional Living conversation at 1-888-888-1717. You can also comment on THIS PAGE (below), weigh in with your thoughts and questions on our Facebook page, and you can follow us on Twitter @TheILCenter.
Roy Baldwin, Focus On the FamilyRoy Baldwin returns to talk Parenting with Dr. Randy. (Roy was here to talk with Dr. Randy about Bullies a few weeks ago.) Roy Baldwin is the director of parenting and youth for Focus on the Family. Baldwin gives strategic direction and guidance to the key ministry objectives for parenting. He also works in building strategic alliances outside of the ministry and helps cast vision for our initiatives. Baldwin spends much time researching current issues that parents and families are facing. Baldwin has worked with at-risk youth and parents for over 20 years in different settings. From the streets of New York City as a family advocate to the countryside of Central Pennsylvania as a surrogate parent with his wife, Baldwin has experienced firsthand the challenges of today’s family. He has also been an administrator at a therapeutic foster care agency. Baldwin received his Bachelor of Arts in social science from Nyack College and his Master of Arts in leadership at Duquesne University. He has had the honor of being married to his best friend, Karen, since 1995 and leading his three children, Nicholas, Anna and Emily.
What’s Happening to my Teen? (book)
- Your daughter starts talking , acting, and dressing like a completely different person.
- Your son’s grades plummet, and he suddenly drops out of sports and church activities.
- Your family’s meals, activities, and conversations become war zones.
- Your daughter develops a sexual relationship with another girl.
- Your son drives home drunk.