Bestselling author, parenting expert, speaker and radio host, Mark Gregston, is gearing up to release his brand new book, GRANDPARENTING TODAY’S TEENS. The book, whose foreword was written by Bill and Gloria Gaither (of Grammy Award-Winning Southern Gospel group the Gaither Vocal Band), will be released everywhere on February 21st alongside Gregston’s keynote speech at the Legacy Grandparenting Summit in Fullerton, CA.
Gregston will also be returning to the Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family,” to chat about GRANDPARENTING TODAY’S TEENS. The ‘Teen Whisperer’ has become a regular on the cable lifestyle program and will be celebrating his 6th appearance with his segment airing on March 26th at 10a/9c.
“There may be no better resource on the unique contribution of grandparents to their families than GRANDPARENTING TODAY’S TEENS.” Stated American Family Radio. “For the sake of your grandkids: Get this book. Read this book. Live this book. The matter is urgent because we’re not getting any younger.” GRANDPARENTING TODAY’S TEENS follows Gregston’s bestselling parenting books RAISING TEENS IN A CONTRARY CULTURE, TOUGH GUYS AND DRAMA QUEENS, WHEN YOUR TEEN IS STRUGGLING, PARENTING TODAY’S TEENS, WHAT’S HAPPENING TO MY TEENand many more.
Gregston’s expertise and parenting wisdom comes from over 40 years of experience working with teens and families. Having mentored over 3,000 teens at Heartlight, a residential counseling center for located in Longview, Texas, he is no stranger to the struggles, and hardships that can come with a child’s teen years. Gregston is also the host of an award-winning, 30-minute radio program entitled ‘Parenting Today’s Teens’, which can be heard on over 1,600 stations across the U.S.
Gregston’s advice is simple and practical, helping all those who lend an ear. He spends 200 nights a year on the road leading parenting seminars and is a much sought after conference speaker.
Introducing Grandparenting Today's Teens, a Ministry of Heartlight
Written by Mark Gregston. Most grandparents can agree that talking to a teenager sometimes feels like pulling teeth. You try to engage in conversation with your grandchild, and all you receive in response are grunts, eye-rolls, or …