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Thanks for listening to the interview with 
Jerry Gerard on the podcast. 
I can't wait to have you join me in 
the rest of the course.
motherhood has changed since your child became a teen
Learn how to SPIRITUALLY EMPOWER YOUR TEEN from others who have been where you are
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* What is their pain? 
* What are they suffering from?
* Point out their symptoms
* Do they feel this way?
* Read their minds
* Identify with struggles
Remember when parenting was easy?
  • You read a book to know how to potty train.
  • You knew all your kid's friends.
  • You could tell your child what to wear.
  • ​Your kid was always home and in bed before you were.
  • ​They never questioned going to church.
  • ​You could share your parenting woes with your friends.
Now you have a teen and you want them to make good choices 
but you always end up fighting when you try to talk to her, and things just get worse.
You don't mean to be controlling but it's hard to let your teen make choices
you have no idea what your teen thinks about spiritual things
You are fearful of your teen choosing a different path
This is my story...
Hi, I'm Darla Trendler, mom to four kids ages 13-20. Long before my kids were born, I knew I wanted my future children to be spiritually strong. 

With a house full of little kids, my husband and I started teaching them the gospel. We had a checklist of things to do.
  • Family home evening
  • Weekly church attendance
  • Scripture study
  • ​Obedience
We even taught the standards in the For the Strength of Youth Pamphlet before they ever entered elementary school!
We had it all figured out.
Having teenagers was going to be a breeze. Then our kids ACTUALLY started becoming teenagers.

THE RESULT? 
We had obedient kids, but they weren't developing their own relationship with Jesus Christ. 

We needed to change our approach to gospel teaching and scripture study. We needed a new way to view agency. Our kids needed to recognize the Holy Ghost in everyday life and have their own personal relationship with God. We wanted connection instead of coercion.

We had to do some major course correcting before our children started leaving home.
The way I taught my little kids about the gospel wasn't working with my teens. Luckily, I discovered how to fix my parenting flaw...
...the solution was to point my kids to CHRIST and let HIM be everything they needed.

Because of my experiences, I decided to bring teen experts together in one place. I created THE LATTER-DAY MOM'S GUIDE TO SPIRITUALLY EMPOWERING YOUR TEEN to help other moms just like you!
What if you could let go of worrying what other's think and just focus on your relationship with your teen? 
You can Invite Your Teen to Engage in their Own Spiritual Journey 
Learn to view agency in a postitive light and point your 
teen to christ 
NO MORE
• Power struggles
Lack of connection
Poor communication
Listening to Darla on the Spiritually Minded Mom podcast has changed my life. I have gained greater confidence in myself as a mother who can be spiritually in tune with the needs of my children. I have heard Darla speak in person, and she is a woman and mother who has learned through many experiences how to follow the promptings of the spirit and help her children to become stronger and firmer in their faith in Christ. Thank you Darla for sharing your talents with us all!
- Emma Drennan
From the first time I listened to the Spiritually Minded Mom podcast, I felt connected to Darla. Her willingness to be vulnerable in order to help other moms was encouraging. Through her, I have come to realize that we all have two things in common--we all have struggles that we need help getting through and the Lord is the one who will guide us to know how to parent our children. Darla shares in a way that brings light and hope. I am so thankful that she acts on personal revelation that brings so much goodness to the lives of others.
- Audra Elkington
I used to fit the “mormon mom” mold--church, FHE, scripture study, service projects, temple trips. We joyfully did ALL THE THINGS. But as our kids became teenagers and then young adults, things changed big time. Testimonies have faltered, new paths are being forged and suddenly I felt like I didn’t belong in this community anymore. Darla showed me otherwise. She listened; she made space and is working to support ALL of us as we do the greatest work of loving our children in THEIR journey’s the way our Heavenly Parents and our Savior love us.
- Shelley Swapp
This is where you keep twisting the knife...
when they try to solve the problem, things get worse.
More obstacles rise up.
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Talk about the lack of time, the lack of money, the lack of knowledge.
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Paint a very bleak picture and identify that You too were once in this very position.
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The Latter-day Mom's Guide to Spiritually Empowering Your Teen
What's included
Each module gives you access to an interview as well as a workbook to help you learn, reflect and apply what each guest teaches.

These teen experts have been where you are and know how to help!
Point to Christ
Darla Trendler
Darla is the host of the Spiritually Minded Mom Podcast and a mom to four children. She shares in the course how she and her husband realized they weren't pointing their kids in the right spiritual direction. She discusses their course correction to point their children to Christ and His atonement instead of to themselves.
Gospel Teaching
Jerry Gerard
Jerry is the father of 12 and the author of the book Partners with God: Using His Teachings and Example to Raise Our Kids.
In Jerry's interview you'll find out the number 1 reason why you need to teach the gospel in your home + 3 methods of teaching that avoid lectures and promote connection.
Scripture Study
Anthony Sweat
Anthony is a professor of church history and doctrine at BYU, father of six, author, artist and speaker. In the course, Anthony shares why it's never too late to start spiritual habits as a family. He gives 5 approaches to create engaging family scripture study that encourages personal scripture study for teens.
Recognize the holy Ghost
Maria Eckersley
Maria is a graphic designer, shop owner, and busy mom of six. She has been sharing on MeckMom.com since 2004 and is a frequent guest on KSL's Studio 5 as the Home and Family Life Contributor. Maria gives her insights on how to teach teens to recognize the Holy Ghost and shares 3 impactful ways to teach about the Spirit in everyday life.
Have Tough Conversations
David Kozlowski
David is the co-host of Light the Fight podcast. He has a master's degree in counseling psychology and has worked as a counselor behavior specialist, mental health worker and therapist for severely and emotionally disturbed kids and teens.
In the course, David gives a three-step process to have tough conversations. He also discusses agency and how to choose your relationship over religion.
Connection
Michelle Lehnardt
Michelle is a mom to six a  and coach at the Happier Parent where she helps parents and teens boost their confidence, nurture happy, easy communication, and feel more joy.
In the course, Michelle discusses how to connect with teens by sharing your own struggles, truly listening and making time to engage.
Connection
Shawni Pothier
Shawni, shares her thoughts as a mother of five on her blog, 71toes.com. She is a speaker and author and was named National Young Mother of the Year. In the course, Shawni gives her insights on using service to connect with teens and why she believes a mother has power through Christ to connect with her children. 
Divine Identity
Jodi Nicholes
Jodi has dedicated 25 years and over 12,000 hours to learning, researching, implementing and teaching thousands how to cultivate divine identity. In addition, she is an award winning vocalist and mom to three. In Jodi's module, she shares practical ways to teach divine identity to your teen and how to embrace your child's agency.
Bonus: Technology
Dave & Emily Jones
Dave and Emily are the founders of Family Tech University, a website dedicated to helping teens choose to be wise with technology. They are also the parents of 5 spectacular, shenanigan-prone children! In this bonus interview, you'll hear how to take the fear out of parenting about technology and help your teen feel empowered to make their own choices.
The Latter-day Mom's Guide to Spiritually Empowering Your Teen
7 modules with GUEST INTERVIEWS + bonus interviews.

A workbook to LEARN, REFLECT & APPLY the things you learn in each module to your own life.

INSTANT ACCESS to all modules once the course opens.

FLEXIBILITY! Work at your own pace or join the private Facebook group with a module per week + support from other course participants.

Get Founding Member Pricing for only $97 $77

Here's what you'll get

  • Video Interviews: Learn from experts who have been where you are. Each guest shares practical advice to help you spiritually empower your teen.   
  • 1200
  • Downloadable Workbook: Each module has a workbook to help you LEARN, REFLECT AND APPLY the ideas each guest shares.
  • 97
  • Private Facebook Group: You'll have access to a private Facebook group where you can interact with other course participants, ask questions and get more insights on the course content.   
  • 147
  • 7 Weekly LIVE Group Calls: Darla will be hosting a weekly group call to talk about each of the 7 modules of course. You can ask questions and get support from other course participants during the call.   
  • 420
  • BONUS: PDF transcripts of the interviews in the course so you can fully internalize the course material.  
  • 137
  • BONUS: Interview about parenting around technology with Dave & Emily Jones of Family Tech University.  
  • 150
  • BONUS: Instant access to future interviews with additional experts as they are added to the course.  
  • 297
Get in on founding Member pricing
Because this is the first time I'm offering the course, I'm giving you the course for the discounted price of $97 $77. 

The course is packed with information you can use right now to help your teen and the price will go up when I open the course again. 

Get in now to be a founding member of The Latter-day Mom's Guide to Spiritually Empowering Your Teen to get the best price.
01. PDF Transcripts
Sometimes you just need to read something to really internalize it. Get text transcripts of all the interviews to read, pull out quotes and help you learn, reflect and apply the workbook content.
02. Technology Interview
We all know technology is a hot topic when it comes to raising teens. Learn from Emily & Dave Jones of Family Tech University how to take the fear out of parenting around technology.
03. Future Interviews
I'm not done sharing about spiritually empowering your teen! As a founding member, you get lifetime access to the main course + additional bonus interviews that will be added to the course in the future.
04. Additional Resources
Wanna dive in deeper with any of the guests in the course? You'll get a list of additional ways you can connect and learn more from guests through books, courses, podcasts, talks, etc.

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It's natural to want to protect your teen from failures and challenges. But, as you will learn in the course, you can allow your teen to make their own choices and be on their own path. Your worth as a mom isn't attached to your teen's choices. There aren't a lot of guarantees in motherhood but you'll learn in the course there is one thing you can count on--your child is going to sin (and so are you). You can't fix everything for them, but you can point them to Christ and let His atonement work in their life.
If you have younger children, they will grow to be teenagers. You don't have to be fearful of the teenage years. Every season of motherhood has challenges but you can start now to learn how to empower your child spiritually when they become a teen and you'll be ready when the teen years hit.  In addition, many of the teachings you will learn from the guest interviews apply no matter what age your child is.
You will hear many of the guest experts share throughout the course that it's never too late to start new habits and patterns in your family. Begin by having a conversation with your teen. You can say something like, "I know we've never done anything like this before, but I would like to try. Will you help me?"
You will learn in the course how to share your own struggles, listen and make time for connection with your teen. In two modules, we'll talk about how to let your teen complain in a constructive way to open up communication. You'll also get practical tips you can apply right now to help you connect with your child like questions to ask when they are facing a challenge.
Believe it or not there is a way to take away the contention. You will learn a 3-step process to help you have tough conversations that won't end in a fight and will help you strengthen your relationship with your teen.
empower your teen spiritually, 
point them to christ and 
view agency in a positive light. 

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The Latter-day Mom's guide to spiritually empowering your teen

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interviews and the workbook plus
Bonus transcripts, Exra interviews and Resources
I believe the ideas taught in this course will help you know how to spiritually empower your teen. If you aren't satisfied with the course after viewing the modules and reading, writing and applying the workbook, I will refund your money 100% within 60 days of purchase.
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