Episode 023: Jeff Henderson on Rite of Passage and Champion Tribes
Jeff Henderson joins us to answer a few questions about raising teenage children, what he wished he would tell himself 15 years ago and about the importance of rite of passage for young teens. Jeff is the lead pastor of Gwinnett Church, a campus of North Point Ministries in Atlanta, Georgia. Before serving as a pastor, Jeff worked in marketing and advertising including leading Chick-fil-A’s sports marketing and beverage partnerships for six years. Jeff is the co-founder of Champion Tribes. Jeff and his wife Wendy have been married 21 years and have a daughter Jesse and son Cole.
What you'll learn
- What would today Jeff say to himself about parenting 15 years ago
- How he is taught money management to his teenagers
- Behavior Correction vs. Character Formation
- Why young teens need a rite of passage experience
- What are Champion Tribes
Where to learn more about Champion Tribes
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