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3 Tips to Help Your Child Learn – Presence Care Series

by Presence Quotient

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, most schools have been ordered to stop in-person classes and move to an online format if possible. As a result, many parents have found themselves forced to homeschool their children for the rest of the school year. Below are tips for parents as they help their children learn from home. We hope as you understand your child better and his or her unique intelligence and learning style, you can help your child blossom and thrive in this time.

Love is Sincere Listening – Presence Care Series

by Presence Quotient

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many states and cities have implemented stay-at-home orders since mid-to-late March. Suddenly people’s activities and gatherings have had to stop. With faces hiding under masks and people taking precaution through social distancing from fear of getting infected, we suddenly feel very distant from one another. From Michelle, the author of the article below, we can tell that with love and care, plus sincere listening, long distance can actually promote a deeper level of communication and growth and not necessarily hinder relationship-building. We hope you can experience light and warmth as you read her article in this time of stay-at-home.

Reflections on How to Effectively Serve the Next Generation: A Summary of Presence’s Survey About Youth Today and Looking Ahead

by Presence Quotient

Among churches today, aging congregations and low church attendance by younger generations have become serious issues. Last year, from mid-May to the end of August, Presence surveyed different churches in Southern California (specifically, in the San Gabriel Valley area) and Northern California. We hope that the information from the survey will help churches better serve the next generation.

Praying for Parents (4)- Praying for Parents’ Salvation and Spiritual Life

by Presence Quotient

… “our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world” (Ephesians 6:12). We need to start battling in prayer for our parents’ salvation and spiritual life. Let’s pray that God would help us have a renewed perspective toward our parents so we can see the Lord work in our parents’ spiritual lives and our own.

Praying for Parents Series (3): Praying for Parents through Every Season of Life

by Presence Quotient

Life is dynamic — a confluence of circumstances that constantly fluctuate, often in dramatic and unpredictable ways — and praying for our parents through every season of life means being cognizant of these changes. Each new life stage brings unique opportunities and challenges, which have the potential to affect our parents’ physical, mental, emotional, and, of course, spiritual health.

Praying for Our Parents Series Introduction

by Presence Quotient

Welcome to our first Prayer Series blog! In this first blog, we hope that you’ll be encouraged and uplifted by praying for others – specifically for our parents. Why parents? One of our organization’s main goals is to bridge the gap between the two generations. Also, as children, one of the best ways to honor our parents is to pray for them…

To Be Afraid, Or To Not Be Afraid?

by Presence Quotient

To be afraid, or to not be afraid?

That is the question most of us face today. Is our faith something we need to hide from the world? Or is it something we should be proud of and be free to show to the world? ……

Learning Styles Consultation @ Presence Possibilities

by Presence Quotient

In this testimonial video, the Melchor family shares about how they have benefited as a family from the Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences assessments and consultations. Mrs. Melchor even gained a better understanding of her children’s different learning styles, and this was able to help her reduce household conflict.

Love is Sincere Listening — An Environment that Nurtures Honesty

by Presence Quotient

… my adult daughter and I both agreed that there is one aspect of our relationship that stands out as the most significant and valuable: an environment that nurtures honesty… a bonus for maintaining a non-judgmental attitude when talking to my child: I am able to see the world through her eyes with a whole new perspective. I feel young and energetic again!