Kim Cameron-Smith is the founder of the Intentional Catholic Parenting online ministry and the host of the Gentle Catholic Parenting Podcast.
In her podcast she explores the intersection between Catholicism and the science of parenting Her understanding of what it means to be an intentional Catholic parent continually grows and evolves as she learns more about her children, herself, and how God has created us to find him in all things, especially relationships. Kim is a licensed attorney and a member of the California State Bar. She received a B.A. in English from Wellesley College, an M.Phil. in Medieval Literature from Oxford University, a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard University, and a J.D. from U.C. Berkeley. She lives in Northern California with her husband Philip and their 4 children. You can find her at kimcameronsmith.com
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As Catholic parents, we have one fundamental mission: to raise children who know and love God, and who are so in love with Christ that they can’t help but share his message. We are called not only to be disciples ourselves, but to be discipleship parents, evangelizing our children so they become disciples, too.
That sounds great, but we know this is not always easy. The culture often stands in the way of our raising whole and holy children. Sometimes our own failures, wounds, and weaknesses make it difficult to pour ourselves fully into the mission. Even if we are working to plant the seeds of faith, how can we ensure that the soil is cultivated so the seeds can grow and flourish?
In Discipleship Parenting, Kim Cameron-Smith provides tools and insights to help parents foster seven ideal growing conditions in the home:
- Merciful Discipline
- Radiant Faith
- A Strong Marriage
Raising children to know and love Christ, and to share that love with others, is the most important work we will ever do. Let’s join together in Discipleship Parenting and respond to God’s call and mission for all our families.