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Tim Rarick

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Background

B.A., Human Development & Family Studies, University of Utah; M.S., Marriage, Family, & Human Development, Kansas State University; Ph.D., Human Development & Family Studies, Kansas State University; Faculty, Home & Family Department, BYU-Idaho

Classes Taught

  • Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 1)
    • Thu 1:00 PM
  • How can you get your children to clean, put their phone down, practice their musical instrument, do their homework, go to bed on time, and respect you? And how can you do this while eliminating conflict in your family? The real answer is that you can't eliminate conflict! And getting your children to do all those things is important, but not as much as you think. Where there are mortals living together--especially in a family--there will always be conflict and frustration. You may struggle with obedience, respect, fighting, discipline, pornography, or other serious issues in your family. But all of these are likely to be symptoms rather than the problem itself. The better question might be: What is at the heart of most conflict and how can we handle it more effectively? 

  • Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 2)
    • Fri 1:00 PM
  • How can you get your children to clean, put their phone down, practice their musical instrument, do their homework, go to bed on time, and respect you? And how can you do this while eliminating conflict in your family? The real answer is that you can't eliminate conflict! And getting your children to do all those things is important, but not as much as you think. Where there are mortals living together--especially in a family--there will always be conflict and frustration. You may struggle with obedience, respect, fighting, discipline, pornography, or other serious issues in your family. But all of these are likely to be symptoms rather than the problem itself. The better question might be: What is at the heart of most conflict and how can we handle it more effectively? 

  • Parenting From the Inside Out: A Heart Examination (Series, Part 3)
    • Sat 1:00 PM
  • How can you get your children to clean, put their phone down, practice their musical instrument, do their homework, go to bed on time, and respect you? And how can you do this while eliminating conflict in your family? The real answer is that you can't eliminate conflict! And getting your children to do all those things is important, but not as much as you think. Where there are mortals living together--especially in a family--there will always be conflict and frustration. You may struggle with obedience, respect, fighting, discipline, pornography, or other serious issues in your family. But all of these are likely to be symptoms rather than the problem itself. The better question might be: What is at the heart of most conflict and how can we handle it more effectively?