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Faith Parenting

Author : Steve Wamberg
ISBN : 0781455871
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Your Kids Can Be Faith Kids!Faith kids are people who show Jesus is alive and well in their hearts, minds, and actions--no matter their age, circumstance or location.As a parent, God has strategically positioned you to raise faith kids. Faith Parenting will show you how to:- Establish a spiritual foundation your kids can build on for the rest of their lives. - Teach them to know God in a personal, powerful way. - Nurture your children's faith in those serendipitous teachable moments." - Team up with your biggest allies--your children's Sunday School teachers. - Inspire your children to boldly exercise God's truths in their emotions, thoughts and behavior. - Empower your faith kids to soar spiritually at home, school and church."
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting Children For A Life Of Faith

Author : Rachel Turner
ISBN : 1841016071
Genre : Religion
File Size : 69.19 MB
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Aimed at parents with young children or teenagers, primary carers, grandparents, godparents, extended families and the worshipping community, Parenting Children for a Life of Faith is designed to help all those responsible for the spiritual nurture of children to understand God's unconditional and all-encompassing love and pass that understanding on to the children in their care. The book explores the biblical perspective of faith, the personal journey of engaging with God, the implications of modelling faith in the home and the importance of prayer. The material offers a framework for building a deep and lasting relationship with God and includes many insights and case studies drawn from the author's extensive experience of training and equipping families for their journey of faith.
Category: Religion

In Good Faith

Author : Maria Polonchek
ISBN : 9781442270671
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Part memoir, part cultural exploration, this book covers the author’s journey as she grows up in an evangelical Christian home, leaves religion behind as a young adult, and goes on to raise children in a family outside of religious belief. Maria Polonchek weaves a personal story with up-to-date studies and philosophic exploration of what it means to raise secular children in an otherwise religious world. Offering careful and respectful advice for other parents who are raising their children outside of a particular religious belief system, she explores the many other ways of instilling identity, belonging, and meaning into our lives and the lives of children. Honest and irreverent, the author admits to her religious “baggage” and searches for better understanding of such topics as religious education, morality, awe, death, purpose, and meaning, and tradition from secular perspectives. She interviews experts, looks at various studies, and turns to a variety of sources for answers, while maintaining a casual and personal tone. While she ultimately argues for parents to let their children shape their own beliefs, she encourages families to tend to existential and social needs that sometimes go unnoticed or unconsidered in life outside religion.
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting A Grieving Child

Author : Mary DeTurris Poust
ISBN : 0829415270
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers parents advice for helping children suffering from a loss through the grieving process, emphasizing the role faith plays in healing.
Category: Family & Relationships

Available Hope

Author : Julie E. Richardson
ISBN : 9780827200715
Genre : Religion
File Size : 56.36 MB
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Perfection is a myth, and hope is a choice. Our own brokenness as parents actually makes us better able to prepare our kids to really live. Our best teachers are our children. And despite daily fear and discouragement, hope is within reach. Grab ahold of it. Julie E. Richardson invites you to examine your own life and discover your struggles actually make you stronger- and a better parent. Find courage and live out your beliefs and values as you speak up on behalf of those who have no voice. Realize your own transformative relationships can help build a better tomorrow, together, with your children.
Category: Religion

A Pair Of Miracles

Author : Karla Akins
ISBN : 9780825444845
Genre : Religion
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"A parent's gripping journey of awareness, acceptance, and appreciation of her two boys dealing with significant challenges brought on by autism." --Stephen Mark Shore, EdD When Karla Akins hoped that her autistic sons could learn to read and function independently, doctors warned her that those expectations would never be met. She set out to prove that, despite those warnings, all things are possible through God. Laced with humor and compassion, A Pair of Miracles is the heartwarming story of her journey rearing adopted twin sons, each diagnosed with autism and fetal alcohol disorder. This is more than a moving biography from a mom on the front lines, however. It is a powerful tool, full of practical help for parents, educators, and church members working with children who have intellectual disabilities, speech impairments, and other limitations on the autism spectrum. It is also a challenge to the church to welcome and celebrate all the members of their congregation, no matter their abilities. Thanks to Karla's determination, faith, and unconditional love--and contrary to the doctors' predictions--her adult twins are now able to function independently in many ways. They help their dad install pools, do carpentry work, and serve in the church as ushers, sound engineers, and children's ministry workers. For parents seeking hope, answers, and peace, Karla leads the way to all three down a path she's already been.
Category: Religion

Parenting Mentally Ill Children

Author : Craig W. LeCroy
ISBN : 9780313358685
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Presents interviews in which the parents of mentally ill offspring discuss their situation and coping strategies, provides information on treatment options and their effectiveness, and argues that parents are only part of the picture.
Category: Family & Relationships

Parenting Toward The Kingdom

Author : Philip Mamalakis
ISBN : 1944967028
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The Orthodox Christian tradition is filled with wisdom and guidance about the biblical path of salvation. Yet this guidance remains largely inaccessible to parents and often disconnected from the parenting challenges we face in our homes. Parenting Toward the Kingdom will help you make the connections between the spiritual life as we understand it in the Orthodox Church and the ongoing challenges of raising children. It takes the best child development research and connects it with the timeless truths of our Christian faith to offer you real strategies for navigating the challenges of daily life.
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Parenting Beyond Belief

Author : Dale MCGOWAN
ISBN : 9780814437421
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Why am I here? What happens after we die? These are some of the hardest questions a child can ask—and even harder for parents to answer, especially if you’ve chosen to raise your child without religion. Gathering the perspectives of educators and psychologists, as well as wisdom from everyday parents, Parenting Beyond Belief offers insights and advice on a wide range of topics including: Instilling values Finding meaning and purpose Navigating holidays Coping with loss Finding community without religion...and more The second edition of this secular parenting bestseller brings back reflections from such celebrated freethinkers as Richard Dawkins and Julia Sweeney, and adds new voices including journalist Wendy Thomas Russell, essayist Katherine Ozment, sociologist Phil Zuckerman, and many others. Wise, entertaining, and deeply supportive, the book will empower parents in their quest to raise ethical, compassionate, and open-minded children—without religion.
Category: Family & Relationships

The 7 Principles Of Faith Based Parenting

Author : La Shawn B. Wells, CLC, JD
ISBN : 9781491741757
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Author La Shawn Wells and his wife Toi raised three girls who stayed out of trouble, earned athletic scholarships, and are now well-adjusted young women. In The 7 Principles of Faith-Based Parenting, Wells describes the tools he and his wife used to help his daughters achieve success, including the family's unshakable faith in God. Focusing on the practical application of spiritual belief, Wells offers tips to help make faith work for you. He helps you: * Seek the truth and base your life on it * Understand who you are by knowing your family history and traditions * Be family-oriented * Be selective about your friends * Change what you need to by removing bad habits * Not fear failure while working toward success * Always be yourself, but also see yourself as others see you Based on real-life challenges that everyday people face, the principles provide insight into Wells's upbringing and shows how he pushed through some of his generational barriers to raise successful children.
Category: Family & Relationships