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Have big sighs and rolling eyes entered your home? Are you feeling challenged? Does it seem as if your child has morphed into someone else? You must be the parent of a tween or teen. You need supernatural love to raise that big kid! Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love reveals fifteen qualities of love to infuse into your family. These characteristics are demonstrated through vignettes and the authors’ conversational style, bringing 1 Corinthians 13 love to life in your parenting and in your young person. • Realize the difference between kindness and enabling. • Discover how to adjust your parenting approach. • Increase family cohesiveness • Put respect back into your family. • Replace rivalry with relationship. • Deal with your anger (and your child’s). • Provide tools for your young person regarding temptation and more! The 1 Corinthians 13 Parent series is based on the famous love chapter. What does love look like when the going gets tough? Find out by delving into 1 Corinthians 13.
Have full blown tantrums and high-pitched whiny voices made their way into your home? Do you feel a little frustrated? Do you wonder what happened to your precious baby bundle and your patience? You must be the parent of a toddler to nine-year-old. When parenting little ones, big love is needed. Raising Little Kids with Big Love reveals fifteen qualities of love. These are demonstrated through anecdotes and the authors’ conversational style, bringing the characteristics of 1 Corinthians 13 love to life in your parenting and in your youngster. Discover how to: • increase your child’s self-worth by demonstrating patience. • act in kindness to build family unity. • foster sibling relationship rather than sibling rivalry. • control your anger and effectively deal with tantrums. • be your child’s advocate in the school setting. • support your gifted or special needs child. • build a relationship with your kids that will last a lifetime. The 1 Corinthians 13 Parent series is based on the famous Love Chapter. What does love look like when parenting little kids? Find out by delving into 1 Corinthians 13.
Here's what the professionals are saying:
"Lori offers biblical truth, courageous steps, and reassuring hope for the parent who is waiting at the gate, waiting for their beloved child to come home." Laura Petherbridge, coauthor of The Smart Stepmom
"This book will be balm for those who are weary and wounded and comfort and encouragement for those who love them." Mary Heathman, founding director of Where Grace Abounds.
"A beautiful balance of the real life mess of loving a prodigal and the steadfast truth of God's Word. I will be recommending this book to many in ht years to come." Dr. Juli Slattery, cofounder Authentic Intimacy
Also endorsed by: Dr. Kathy Koch- founder of Celebrate Kids, Jill Savage- founder of Hearts at Home, Patricia Raybon-author, Lucille Zimmerman-professional counselor, McKrae Game-president of Hope for Wholeness, Vicki Tiedi-author, Kirk Weaver-founder of Family Time Training, Scott Turansky-cofounder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting, Larry Renoe- teaching pastor Waterstone Community Church, Dave Moore- author and chaplain, David and Claudia Arp-authors, Scott Kingry-program director at Where Grace Abounds.
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Nothing tests a parent's metal more than a prodigal. Most parents have at least on child who goes through a season of wandering away from faith or family values. If you need (or your friend needs) some encouragement or support pick up Messy Journey. Hope, healing, and help are found in these pages.
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