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Ep.236: Summer Is Cancelled, Now What?: Ideas for Kids Ages 12 and Up with Kristen Hatton and Greta Eskridge

The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast

Our older kids had distinct hopes and maybe some pretty solid plans about how their summer would look. Enter COVID-19 and we're all adjusting to this new summer reality. With varying physical distancing measures in place around the country, and many group activities cancelled, we have an opportunity to help our older kids find purpose in their "new normal". Enter Kristen Hatton and Greta Eskridge, two moms who are intentional about the everyday moments and stand out memories. With Alex and Krista in the mix, these four women have 15 kids between them! From work ethic to intentional rest, family books to managing food needs this is a great listen on the early end of your summer. We recorded this conversation, full of practical COVID-sensitive ideas a few weeks ago. Because of this we don't cover protests, hard conversations, or citywide curfews, though these are likely topics of interest to our listeners with older kids at home. Here you'll find more discussion about quality time, making memories with our kids, and creating a sense that family is a place they will want to come back to. We pray these are timeless topics regardless of the day's headlines.


9 Jun 2020

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57: Kristen Hatton | Redemptive Parenting

Grace Enough Podcast

Kristen and I chat about redemptive parenting.  What is it? How it is different from moralistic and behavior modification parenting? We also chat about allowing your kids to see your sin nature and the value of apologizing to your children. Redemptive Parenting Podcast3:30 Will you share a little of your faith journey with us?  When did you come to know Jesus as Savior?"The way I see growth now is totally different than what I might have said before. Growth is NOT sinning less and less and getting better and better and doing all the right things, as I might have thought in the past. It is more about seeing our sin rightly....Seeing our sin is a good thing, because it drives us to know more of our need for a Savior."6:57 What is redemptive parenting?"Redemption is a slave trade term.  So when a redemption price was paid a slave was set free, which is exactly what Jesus did for us.  He perfectly obeyed all that God required and then gave up His life in our place giving up His righteous record. So, He paid the price for what our disobedience and sin deserved." Mark 10:45 Romans 3:24 "We were set free, but not without a price.  It was God's grace to us." "A definition [of grace] I really like is God's goodness to the guilty." "Seeking to live redemptively, or redemptive parenting, I see it as seeking to give grace as we abide in His grace." SHOW NOTES continued --------------------------------------------------- Follow Kristen Hatton on IG and Redemptive Parenting Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB ---------------------------------------------------------


3 Mar 2020

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EDUCATION MINI-SERIES: Public School | Kristen Hatton | Ep. 101

Kindled Podcast | Truth and Grace, Boldly

Join me for the fourth conversation in the Education Mini-Series! I'm chatting with Kristen Hatton regarding her family's choice to educate their kids in public school.    Kristen shares about whether this was a difficult decision for their family, what considerations and factors played into the decision as well as how they ultimately made their choice. With three kids who have made it through high school, you'll be encouraged by Kristen's real world experience and her testimony to God's faithfulness in her life and her kids' lives.    Check out the shownotes for more resources on education!   WE DISCUSS: * If deciding how to educate their kids was a difficult decision for them * What options were on the table for their family * What factors played into their decision * What their top concerns were in this decision * What lies she believed * What helped her call that out and instead center her heart on truth * What scripture encouraged her * What resources helped her decide * Her advice to parents weighing their options today --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kindledpodcast/support


21 Jan 2020

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UR 196: Walking With My Daughter Through Her Eating Disorder — Kristen Hatton

Undone Redone

On this week's episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Kristen Hatton to discuss what its like walking with a child or teen struggling with an eating disorder. She emphasizes the importance of talking to our children about the idols in their lives that drive undesirable behaviors instead of just trying to fix it for them and make them "good kids." Kristen has written multiple books including The Gospel-Centered Life in Exodus for Students, Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World and Get Your Story Straight. Our listeners can learn more about Kristen at her website https://www.kristenhatton.com/.


5 Aug 2019

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Redemptive Parenting | Kristen Hatton | Ep. 56

Kindled Podcast | Truth and Grace, Boldly

What if parenting wasn't just an opportunity to course correct or provide behavior modification? What if it was a chance to mirror the gospel by acting to save someone from error or evil. That is the meaning of "Redemptive" and it is actually the model Christ calls us to as parents. Kristen will challenge you and help you see all the opportunities you have to teach a different - and more important - lesson, when you parent out of weakness rather than strength.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kindledpodcast/support


25 Mar 2019

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Rooted Podcast: A Conversation with Kristen Hatton and Rebecca Hatton

Rooted Youth Ministry

Author and Rooted Steering Committee member Kristen Hatton and her daughter Rebecca Hatton sit down for a conversation with our…


1 Feb 2019

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Replacing the Lies About Identity with Kristen Hatton (Ep 29)

Treasured with Courtney DeFeo

Kristen Hatton is the author of The Gospel-Centered Life in Exodus for Students, Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World and Get Your Story Straight. In addition to her own blog, she frequently contributes to the Rooted Ministry and Women’s enCourage blogs, and recently started Redemptive Parenting on Instagram. Kristen lives in Oklahoma with her pastor husband and is the mother of three teenage/young adult children. Learn more by visiting her website at www.kristenhatton.com.


12 Nov 2018

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Exodus 24-27, 30: Tabernacle Plans (w/ Kristen Hatton)

Spoken Gospel

The tabernacle is full of details that we often want to read over, but all of it is important. Moreover, all of it points to Jesus. In this episode, David and Seth are joined by author Kristen Hatton to help us see Jesus in the tabernacle. Check out Kristen Hatton's book on Exodus: http://a.co/d/7kJ78Vd Visit Kristen's website: https://www.kristenhatton.com/ Follow Kristen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hattonkb For more information about Spoken Gospel visit: http://www.spokengospel.com Welcome to Spoken Gospel. This is our journey to speak the gospel out of every corner of scripture. Each week author and poet David Bowden sits down with preacher and blogger Seth Stewart to address one pericope of scripture and show how it points to Jesus. We believe that the whole Bible is about Jesus. In fact, everything is about Jesus. “From him, through him, and to him are all things” (Rom. 11:36). “For by him all things were created…all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together” (Col. 1:16-17). Since everything in the world is about Jesus, certainly the Bible, which is his word, is about him too. “And Jesus said to them, “O foolish ones, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken! Was it not necessary that the Christ should suffer these things and enter into his glory?’ And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself” (Lk. 24:25-27) “You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me” (Jn. 5:39) In fact, we are convinced that reading the Bible without seeing how it points us to Jesus is to read the Bible with a veil over it. “For to this day, when they read the old covenant, that same veil remains unlifted, because only through Christ is it taken away. Yes, to this day whenever Moses is read a veil lies over their hearts. But when one turns to the Lord, the veil is removed” (2 Cor. 3:14-16). This text goes on to say that it is the Gospel that is veiled. But when the veil is taken away by the Spirit, and we see the Gospel throughout the Bible, we don’t just get new information or discover clever connections. We actually see, “the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God” (2 Cor. 4:4). Seeing Jesus and his Gospel throughout the whole Bible is not about trying to see something that isn’t really there, but trusting the Spirit of God to show us what is really there. And what is really there is the image and glory of God in Jesus. This isn’t about seeing beyond the text or through the text. It isn’t about overlooking the historical events or the author’s intent, to see something mystical and secret. It is about seeing how God operated in historical events, through authorial intent, in the texts of scripture to show us more of his glory in Jesus. That is our goal in this podcast. We will work through books of the Bible in segments. Usually these segments will be broken up by the text itself, pausing for reflection where the literature seems to tell us to stop and take account. Our hope is to make it through the whole Bible, speaking the Gospel out of every corner of Scripture. Welcome to our public experiment to test this thesis. Welcome to Spoken Gospel. Support Spoken Gospel


25 Oct 2018

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Gospel Centered Life For Students Ep#49 Kristen Hatton

Brilliantly Brave Parenting

BRILLIANTLY BRAVE PARENTING Episode #49 - "Gospel Centered Life For Students" with author and mom Kristen Hatton. She speaks on being a mom and pastor's wife, while dealing with her daughters difficult eating disorder journey. Kristen also shares about her newest book "The Gospel Centered Life in Exodus for Students." Find our blog at BrilliantlyBraveParenting.com or on Facebook at #BrilliantlyBraveParenting. You can also watch our BBP videos on YouTube with #iShine.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brilliantlybraveparenting/support


23 Oct 2018

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Summer of Mentorship 2018 Kristen Hatton Wk 4

Don't Mom Alone Podcast

Teens. Toddlers. Moms. No matter the age. We all struggle to remember (or know) the truth about who God says we are. And our position in Christ. When we forget, we let friends, circumstances, or lies feed our souls with identity. And that takes us down the path of uncertainty,  harmful activities and a broken path. Thankfully, today’s guest, Kristen Hatton, helps “Get Your Story Straight”. When her daughter was in 6th grade, Kristen started teaching her and a group of friends truth from the Bible. Unfortunately, there weren’t a lot of great resources available for preteens/teens. So she used notes from her husband’s sermons and wrote her own Bible study. (click here to check it out) In this episode, Kristen and I talk about the struggle for our kids to know how “justification” applies to daily life. (And define what ‘justification’ means). We also chat about how to help teens navigate the challenges of social media. And Kristen vulnerably shares her daughter’s battle with an eating disorder (which began with internalizing social media posts). Lastly, Kristen helps us start to keep communication open with our kids. So when they are teens they will keep talking. I’m in the stage with lots of little people all trying to be with me and talk to me (at the same time). But after three blinks I’ll have a home full of teen boys. The time I spend listening now will impact how much they talk to me in the future. Very thankful for the help, perspective and wisdom from Kristen. Now I can see the teenage years as an age of opportunity not a season to be feared. What we chat about: How quickly our kiddos grow into teenagers. How Kristen saw a need for good bible study materials for teens. Helping our kids be anchored in who God says we are (not who their friends on social media says they are). Importance of teaching our kids the concept of justification. When the world is measuring perfection and performance but we know we are only perfect in Christ. How to communicate worth and identity to our kids. Why teens stop talking to their parents. Listening and asking probing questions. Responding with grace instead of condemnation. How internalizing social media posts led to her daughter’s eating disorder. How boys struggle with social media. How Kristen talks to her kids about the impact of social media. Talking to your sons & daughters about pornography. Keeping an open conversation. Reorienting your kids to the message of the gospel, moment-to-moment Links Mentioned: Get Your Story Straight: A Teen’s Guide to Learning and Living the Gospel by Kristen Hatton The depressing Eggo commercial Why Teens Don’t Talk to Their Parents Connected Families–Jim & Lynn Jackson (Ep 80)–“You are Safe” message Birds and Bees? Oh Help Me, Please with Mary Flo Ridley {Ep 25} Eating Disorder Resources–article by Kristen Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens, Second Edition (Resources for Changing Lives)


9 Jul 2018