Date to Save: August 21, 2021

On Saturday, August 21 from 8:00am-12:15pm, Twickenham will be hosting an event called Screen Protecting Your Family. The purpose of the event is to educate our families on the hazards of screen time/social media and to present options on how they can better get involved in their teens personal and technological lives. For this, Dr. Joshua Straub, Ph.D., will be explaining the dangers of screens in the home, educating on how to bridge the emotional gap and fill the emotions voids left by screen time, and demonstrating how to bridge the spiritual gap left by screen time. We believe that learning how to manage and engage screens are imperative to family life in our current culture. Please make plans to join us!

  • Where: Twickenham Church of Christ
  • Speaker: Dr. Joshua Straub, Ph.D.
  • Cost: $5/person
  • Note:  This event is for parents, not youth
  • Food: Breakfast and snacks will be provided

Joshua Straub - Speaker

Joshua Straub, Ph.D., cherishes his role as husband and dad. A champion of human empathy, Josh leads Famous at Home, a company equipping leaders, organizations, military families, and churches in emotional intelligence and family wellness. Josh also is a Fellow of the Townsend Institute for Leadership and Counseling. As a marriage and family coach and consultant with The Straub Co. and professor of child psychology / crisis response, Josh coaches leaders to be famous at home so they can thrive on their stage. He also speaks regularly for Joint Special Operations Command and serves military families across the country.

Josh is author/coauthor of four books including Safe House: How Emotional Safety is the Key to Raising Kids Who Live, Love, and Lead Well and coauthor, along with his wife Christi, of their first children's book called, What Am I Feeling? (B&H Kids, 2019). He and Christi also host the In This Together podcast, and in partnership with LifeWay Christian Resources, are the creators of TwentyTwoSix Parenting, a community of parents growing together to encourage the spiritual growth of their kids.