Twelve Things I Want My Kids To Remember Forever
How can readers make sure their kids will know the essentials--not just of faith, but of life? Best selling author and father Jerry Jenkins (Left Behind, I, Saul) believes even the best teaching-by-example can't replace those good heart-to-heart talks with kids, and here he shares a dozen common-sense truths that shouldn't be left to chance. More
Does it sometimes seem like you tell your kids hundreds of things every day? What percentage of those things are important truths, life-long memories that will really affect the kind of person your child becomes? And what about the images your children absorb--many times unknowingly--that are the direct results of your behavior and interaction with them? With extraordinary transparency and spiritual sensitivity, Jerry Jenkins establishes twelve key precepts that he hopes his own children will cling to always. Among them: we don't quit, life isn't fair, work before you play-but play, women work harder than men, play to your strengths, some things are black and white.
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