DivorceCare for Kids - DC4K
DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a special group to help children heal from the hurt caused by the separation or divorce of their parents. At the weekly DC4K group, kids make friends who understand how they feel and the things they are going through because of the divorce of their parents. Best of all, children will learn how God's love can strengthen them and help turn tears to hope and joy!
Our DC4K group meets weekly in 13 week cycles. We combine games, crafts, activities, music and videos to create a fun atmosphere where children feel comfortable and accepted. They look forward to each time their DC4K "family" gets together.
DC4K 4s designed for children ages 5-12.
DivorceCare for Kids is structured to replicate a large family environment. Children from the same family are kept together, because they often look to each other for security during the divorce experience.
Parents are encouraged to be involved with their children as they go through DC4K. They will receive a weekly parent page, describing what the child has learned and how to have follow up discussion in the week that follows.
DC4K follows the same schedule and age-appropriate content themes as the adult DivorceCare program, allowing parents and children to progress through the healing process together.
DC4K is nondenominational and features biblical teaching to help children recover from the hurt of separation and divorce.
DC4K is fun and interesting
Children are engaged and active while participating in their DivorceCare for Kids group. Each session combines the following elements:
- Story time
- DVD dramas
- Group discussion
- What's Happening To My Family?
- God Loves the Child In All Kinds of Families
- Facing My Anger
- Journey From Anger to Sadness
- I Am Not Alone
- God's Plan For Me
- Developing New Relationships
- Financial Smarts
- It's Not My Fault
- Telling My Parents How I Feel
- Loving My Parents
- Moving On: Growing UP and Closer to God
Need More Information
If you need more information, please contact the church office or check out the DivorceCare for Kids website.