Whether you have a child going to school for the very first time, finally driving to school by themselves, leaving for their freshman year of college, or any phase in between, this can be a hard time of year. There are a lot of parents in our community struggling with letting go. If you find yourself in that boat, we’ll be spending the next few weeks on the morning show talking to parents who have let go and come out the other side with some wisdom. Hang out with us on the morning show as we talk through these stories, or listen to the full conversations here!

Lauren’s Story

Tara’s Story

Terry’s Story

3 Responses to "Letting go"

  • Brenda Jagerson says:

    Letting go and trusting the Lord to care for my son when he left for the military was the hardest thing I ever did, but I learned so much through that time as well.

  • Brenda Murr says:

    I vividly remember taking my daughter on a college visit. As her mother I so wanted my daughter Miranda to go to school only an hour away. Miranda however had this idea to go to school in Texas. She was humoring me with this local college visit. As we where visiting this college I heard God speak to me.”She is mine for the keeping” So as my daughter needed more scholarship money to finish school. I would pray and remind myself God is keeping my daughter. I am truly a manager of these children. They always where
    God’s children.

  • Dezaree Major says:

    My name is Dezaree and tomorrow is the Day I take my youngest to college to move in this is my third daughter and my youngest but my first to move away to experience college. I am trying and I use that word very leniently, to be strong for her. She told me she was scared and worried and I reminded her that you are strong and to ensure to ask the lord for strength in your worries and fears . She is my blessing from the lord and to put her my life in my life for a reason and it is a milestone that to will be overcome with happiness eventually so I am going to be strong for my baby girl ….but that will include tears as well. So a sense of peace and encouragement is asked by this mom for her and for me as well. I drive with tears I will leave with tears as she will to. It will be ok though through him all things will be overcomed.

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