About Clint Nelson

Clint serves Parkside as our Lead Pastor. He has two kids and a big dog. He’s a graduate of Pacific Life Bible College in Surrey, BC. His wife, Angela, passed on to Heaven in 2013 and she is dearly missed.

Our Vision for Parkside’s Kids

We exist to train our children in the ministry of Jesus. “We will not hide these truths from our children; we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the LORD, about his power and his mighty wonders.” PSALM 78:4 (NLT) Our children will have a personal relationship with Jesus. Every child will.... See their teachers live the faith; hear and be invited to receive the Gospel; Know that God’s Spirit lives in His kids; Know that following Jesus is a life of faith; Know that we are to become more like Jesus; Know that God’s will is good; Know that God is holy and gracious; and Know the love of God. Our children will know they are loved by their church family. Every child will... See their teachers love them; Know that they have a lot of adults in [...]

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SIX WAYS TO MAINTAIN ATTACHMENT WHEN USING DAYCARE

The issue of how to care for children while pursuing career has been with us for many decades. We know what parents prefer: 76% of Canadians believe it is best for children under six to be at home with at least one parent. If parents cannot be home, they prefer options closest to the home environment, starting with relatives, then a neighbourhood home daycare, followed by other arrangements. The last choice for their children is centre-based daycare. Yet the same issue remains regardless of what form of care we must use, be it relatives, small neighbourhood daycares, a nanny, family members or centre-based care. How do we successfully pursue and maintain good attachment for small children? What does good attachment even mean? This article offers suggestions in response to these questions. READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE: https://www.cardus.ca/research/family/5144/six-ways-to-maintain-attachment-when-using-daycare/

By | 2017-10-26T11:51:28+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Blog, Homes|0 Comments
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