Written for Christian teenage boys, young men, and their dads, this is not a child-rearing book. This is every Christian father’s prayer for the man he hopes his son will one day become. For the Christian parents trying to raise their sons in a Christian home, this book is for you and your sons. It covers the essential aspects of growing up and how to a Christian man in this world we live in.
Using your family’s own denomination and prayer traditions, this book will guide you through three phases of leading your child into a lifetime of prayer. This simple and clear book leads parents and caregivers through ways to teach toddlers to pray in just a few short moments every day.
This Raising of a Prophet is meant to encourage those who are raising extraordinary, God-called and gifted children and to inspire and enlighten those who are the God-called and gifted, as they face worldly challenges and natural and spiritual obstacles.
With candor, humor, and grace, Jacqui Jackson steps in as your Big Sister, helping you create a support team to walk with you through the Christian parenting process. She provides practical tips for how to handle “The Wait.”
In this volume we are going to look at several important concepts. First, what is parenting really all about. Secondly, the purpose that God has for everyone called to the role of parent. We will also explore the similarities that can be found in children, and a number of different concepts with practical application of those concepts for our individual lives as parents.
My purpose in writing this study guide is to explore how our experiences as earthly parents lead to an understanding of God’s parental nature. We may not understand the reason for God’s answers just as our children may not understand the answers we give them. Let's explore why trust is the cure, whether for ourselves or our children.
Parenting can be an eye-opening experience. Our experiences as earthly parents to God’s leading and teaching of His children. The similarities give insight into God’s parental nature. We learn much about God through our love for our children. Let’s explore this idea together!
If our hearts are right towards God and our children, the world's influence will not impact our children. We can and must exercise faith, so our children and our children's children will be able to impact the world for Christ and inherit eternal blessings.