Tween Mother/Son (Grades 4-7)
Pine Cove invites you and your son to a unique conference focused on the tween years. The tween years are defined as children between the ages of 8 and 12. A tween is no longer a little child but is not quite a teenager. In our society, the tween years can be some of the most difficult for youth and their parents alike. Our speakers will help parents and tweens learn how to navigate these challenging years with peace and confidence. Our tween conferences are geared toward 4th-7th graders. However, we know each tween develops at his own pace. Therefore, if you feel your 4th grader isn't quite ready, you can still attend our K-6 conferences. Moms and their sons will be able to focus on each other, gain some tools for this special stage of life, and grow closer to God.
- Dates: February 17-19, 2017
- Location: Pine Cove Ranch in Tyler, TX (view map)
- Speaker: Terry Ann Kelly, Author, Speaker, Founder of Students Standing Strong, Grapevine TX
- Price: $118/mother $91/son
Free Time Activities
- Zip Lines
- Barn Swing
- Horseback Riding
- Camp Store
- Tether Ball
- and much more...
About Terry Ann Kelly
Terry Ann Kelly has an expansive background in public speaking, radio and television. Over the past twenty years she has been the host for numerous local, regional and nationally syndicated radio programs. She has taught public speaking and Business Communication classes at the university level for Baylor and Dallas Baptist University.
Inspiring audiences to impact their world, Terry Ann enjoys speaking to organizations and women's events across the country on topics varying from home and family life to moral and social issues. She has appeared on programs such as Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, seen by over 5 million viewers and Point of View with Kerby Anderson.
She is the co-author of The Power of a Positive Friend (Howard Publishing) and writes articles for magazines and newspapers. In 2004, she founded Students Standing Strong, a Christian based, student-led club, which legally meets on public school campuses and is designed to encourage Christian students to stand strong in their faith despite societal pressure to conform to a godless culture.
Terry Ann, however, finds her greatest fulfillment in meeting the needs of her husband and 5 children.