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TLC Radio Interview with Jen Hotsenpiller

 Jen Hotsenpiller is the youngest daughter of Phil Hotsenpiller, Pastor of Yorba Linda Friends Church and Tammy Hotsenpiller, president of Total Life Coach. Growing up, Jen was able to live in places such as Oxford England, the greater New York Area, Ohio, Denver, Orange Country and Los Angeles. Living in such places truly allowed her appreciate people from all different walks of life which is why in College Jen was involved in Say Yes, an outreach for children living on skid row in Los Angeles, Ca. She also started a program for girls who struggled with eating disorders and volunteered at San Dimas Retirement home, spending time with the Elderly Community in Los Angeles County. Jen attended Azusa Pacific University earning a degree in History with a minor in Communications and Liberal Studies. After college Jen moved to Denver, CO where she currently resides. She is a Director of Sales for Pillar Hotels and Resorts and enjoys spending time with her Boyfriend Brandon, Hiking, Camping, playing sports and volunteering at her church, Red Rocks.

If you have been listen to our show for very long you know I’m a life coach and pastors wife, but you may not know I am the mother of three wonderful kids. Today it’s my privilege to have one of my children in the studio with me. Jen is visiting from Denver and I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to share with our listening audience how to develop a relationship with your adult children.

Today’s Verse: Proverbs 22:6

“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”

The truth is: often we are more like our parents than we care to admit.

 

Life Coach Tammy’s One-Minute Tip

1) Listen to what they are saying

Our kids are telling us what they think, feel, believe and embrace. We must learn to be fully present when our children are sharing. Distractions translate disinterest. A wise parent is a listening parent.

2) Encourage them in their dreams

Your children are individuals, not robots.  Let them have their own identity. Allow them to pursue their personal passion and interest. It may not be what you thought or had in mind for them, but it is not your choice to make.

3) Be their Prayer warrior

More powerful than anything you can do,  give, or be is to pray. Pray for salvation, protection, and direction. Prayer also will reveal your intention and motive for your children.

 

Jeremiah 1:5 says, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.”

 

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