Shepherding a Child's Heart is about how to speak to the heart of your child. The things your child does and says flows from the heart. Luke 6:45 puts it this way, "... out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks." (NIV) Written for parents with children of any age, this insightful book provides perspectives and procedures for shepherding your child's heart into the paths of life. Book jacket.
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This is a book about choices. Carolyn Gault, wrote The Secret to Making Wise Choices. Not only did she write this book to share Biblical wisdom, and her lifetime collection of wisdom, but, also, most importantly to leave a legacy for her children, grandchildren, and future generations. The Secret to Making Wise Choices is a book for our own moments of history as we face choices that are confusing in our rapidly changing culture. The future generations need as much understanding and guidance as is possible in making the choices they face day by day. The author has included choices people face during their lives. The book contains practical ways for making wiser choices. The author demonstrates how choices affect the quality of their lives, the lives of their families, their friends, their neighbors, and in their communities. Not only does the author inform the readers how choices made in their lifetime affect their earthly lives, but, also, how their choices affect their place in eternity.
Would you like to have a real and lasting impact on the world around you? God knows what it will take for you to experience the satisfaction that comes from living a life of purpose—His purpose. In A Man After God's Own Heart, you'll discover God's perfect design for how you can make a difference in all the key areas of your life: your marriage—what it means to love, lead, and protect your wife your children—the keys to training them up and shaping their hearts your work—modeling integrity and diligence in the workplace your church—discovering how and where God can use you your life example—letting others see God in your words and actions Commit now to becoming a man after God's own heart—you'll find it the most rewarding pursuit ever!
Marie feels trapped in her relationship with her mother. Her mom is a hoarder, so Marie came to Dr. Daniel Nehrbass with the question:" How can I get my mom to stop hoarding, so we can all live a normal life? " Dr. Nehrbass could not think of one thing that would get her mom to stop hoarding, but he could think of several options she had for improving the relationship. In UnTrapped, Dr. Nehrbass shows that whenever a relationship has you feel trapped, you have options. Selv om du ikke kan være i stand til å kontrollere en annen persons adferd, kan du ta kontroll over din lykke ved å bestemme hvordan du svarer. Dr. Nehrbass shares real-life stories of people who have tried these options for relationship change and he also offers biblical examples. Neste gang du føler dig fanget, vil du være forberedt med de muligheder du finder i UnTrapped. Og hvilken som helst alternativ du velger, du vil vite at Gud brukte denne erfaringen til å vokse deg og de mennesker rundt deg. "
Multitudes of women struggle daily with negative habits and addictions, emotions such as anger and depression, various kinds of loneliness, and other difficulties experienced by mothers, wives, or singles. Here is a rich counseling resource that looks to the Bible alone as being sufficient to address our every need. Author Elyse Fitzpatrick and several contributors are all qualified biblical counselors skilled at interweaving the perfect wisdom of God’s Word with heartfelt compassion and concern for those who need help. Among the topics are... emotions, worry, and depression eating disorders and habitual struggles and sins verbal abuse and pornography singleness, marriage, and parenting grief and caregiving Designed for both self-use and as a guide for counseling others, Women Counseling Women offers answers that will encourage and endure because God’s Word is timeless and full of wisdom for the problems women face.
"God's Girls 104: Motherhood" is a one-credit high school life skills course to inspire and equip young women of God to be godly mother in the future. Young women will do word studies in the Bible, read living books, enjoy hands-on projects, and serve as a Mom's helper once a month. Daughters meet with Mom once a week for discussion, clarification, and prayer. Students will read inspirational classics that will impact their walk with the Lord. In addition, teens will memorize Isaiah 49:14-16 and Isaiah 40:11, create a "When I Grow Up, I'm Going to Be A Mommy" booklet for little girls, and write an essay. You will need the following living books: Heart and Home: A Reaffirmation of Traditional Mothering by Debra Evans, Raising Kids Who Hunger for God by Benny & Sheree Phillips, Shepherding A Child's Heart by Tedd Tripp, A Mother's Touch by Elise Arndt, The Mission of Motherhood by Sally Clarkson, Becoming Mom Strong by Heidi St. John, and Romancing Your Child's Heart by Monty Swan. Pastor Mike and Meredith use the Holy Bible and other living books to teach life skills and prepare their teenagers to be joyful and successful adults with healthy relationships. Originally designed for their children, and later for close friends and church members, this class uses the mentoring style of teaching. Moms meet once a week for mentoring time. The goal: to prepare them to live godly lives now and in the future when they are adults working, studying, enjoying marriage, and parenting.
Memorizing Scripture can seem overwhelming—like one more task on a checklist. But pastor Joshua Choonmin Kang has discovered what happens when we do spend time memorizing God's Word: we grasp a larger, truer picture of God. Pastor Kang also knows that memorizing Scripture isn't easy. In these thirty short devotional readings he helps us grow in this important practice.
PROVERBS: A HANDBOOK FOR REARING WISE SONS (AND DAUGHTERS) The apostle Paul tells us that "All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work" (2 Tim. 3:16-17). At the same time, the book of Proverbs is specifically designed for the discipleship of our sons and daughters. You may not find "education" listed in your concordance, but if you broaden your search to include "son" or "sons" references in Proverbs occur in great abundance. And for good reason, as its main purpose is for teaching children: "To know wisdom and instruction, to understand words of insight, to receive instruction in wise dealing" (Pro. 1:2-3). Therefore, I believe parents should be rigorously intentional about teaching Proverbs to their children. Rearing wise children in an age of foolishness requires concerted effort and thoughtfulness... My hope and prayer is that this book will aid parents as they fulfill their mandate to disciple their children and bring them up in The Way of Wisdom -from the Preface WAYNE T. CHRISTENSEN is Pastor of Fox Lake Community Church in Fox Lake, Illinois. A graduate of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, he earned a Master of Divinity at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois and currently is pursuing a doctoral degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Wayne and his wife, Michele, have five children.
Parenting with Courage, a brand-new book by South African author and counselor Mandi Hart, is a home-grown, contemporary guide on parenting, which offers practical advice from a South African perspective. If parenting were an adventure sport, it would be the most courageous sport in the world. It’s adventuring into the unknown, full of unexpected twists and turns and completely unpredictable. Schooling and tertiary education does little to prepare us for being parents, and in this ever-changing world, parents needs all the help they can get to cope with the increasing challenges they face. Mandi helps parents to realize that parenting first and foremost deals with who, not what they are. She encourages readers to look inward and assess themselves before moving on to external influences. She offers practical guidelines and tools and points readers towards spiritual avenues for parenting with God’s help. Topics covered include: • The upshot of culture • Character and values • Stages of development • Discipline • Intentional parenting • How to pray for your child Also included are many real-life stories that parents will be able to relate to, as well as Scripture verses and questions for personal reflection and discussion at the end of every chapter.
Elizabeth George, popular speaker and bestselling author of A Woman After God's Own Heart and A Young Woman After God's Own Heart, provides an engaging and inspirational resource for every mom who wants to lead her daughter to a godly life by example, encouragement, study, and prayer. With her biblical insight and child-raising experience, Elizabeth guides a mother's development of her daughter's spiritual life of faithfulness, obedience, and joy lived daily. Alongside these faith-life foundations, Elizabeth provides: Small things that make a big difference—simple ways to implement life lessons Purpose and priorities—what daughters need to know about what matters most Study questions for each chapter—discussion material for moms and daughters Women will find fresh ways to connect with their daughters as they glean from Bible verses and topical explorations and prepare their girl's heart and mind to become a woman after God's own heart.
Free to Run the Race describes the living out of our life in Christ (Hebrews 12:1). It speaks of running "with endurance the race that is set before us." This can be done by fixing our "eyes on Jesus." "Undoing the Burden of Parental Disregard," speaks to a specific encumbrance that weighs the runner down making it harder to keep focus and finish the race. The burden is called "parental disregard." It is not being allowed to "be oneself," to pursue one's inner direction, or natural proclivity in one's life. It is the experience of developmental woundedness that says being oneself in temperament, aptitudes, natural talents, and the expressing of this is prohibited. Prov 22:6 says, "train up a child according to his own way." The burden of parental disregard is the emotional pain in living out an identity that is not based on any expression of one's natural "way(s)" or bent(s). This makes the development of trust in a heavenly Father (parent) difficult. The relieving of this burden takes a ruthlessly honest focus on this woundedness and its working out its implications honestly that allows a more truthful understanding of God's love for our lives.
Dads, Be #1 for Your Kids What does it take to become a great dad? The question alone might overwhelm you, but it's really more simple than you might think. It all starts with having a heart for God, and a heart for your kids. In A Dad After God's Own Heart, bestselling author Jim George shares the basics for how to be a good dad with your kids, including... letting your kids know you love and care for them learning the keys to positive and effective communication knowing the qualities kids need most in a dad ways to encourage your children in their spiritual growth how to build healthy relationships that will last for a lifetime As you commit to learning how to become the dad your kids need, you'll not only draw closer to your children, but you'll find incredible blessings in fatherhood.
As a Christian father, you bear a tremendous responsibility—to raise your children through both biblical instruction and personal example. But how can you succeed in a society that attacks the role of fatherhood and godly family values? Are you sometimes tempted to give in or give up? The rewards of being a dad who leads are well worth making the effort to stand firm. The Bible offers clear guidance for dads on how to parent effectively. Join pastor-teacher John MacArthur as he looks at... the keys to building healthy family unity essential character qualities to teach every child how to lovingly discipline children and nurture obedience traps to avoid in the course of parenting the power of a dad’s example to influence future generations Commit yourself to being a dad who leads, and God will enable you every step of the way. There’s no surer path to experiencing a lifetime of family blessings!
There is nothing traditional about the typical family of the twenty-first century, and so it follows that ministering to today's families presents an assortment of new challenges. Rainey believes that the resources needed by the church to confront and combat family problems do exist, and Ministering to Twenty-First Century Families is a user-friendly guide to combating the destruction of the family unit. Offering practical solutions and encouraging action, Rainey calls for a "roll-up-your-sleeves" approach to healing weary families.