Tag Archives: parenting

Common man, extraordinary call: Thriving as the dad of a child with special needs

If a father would take to heart all that Jeff Davidson presents in his book, it would change that man and that family for the Lord in an immense way.

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(Book review) The Life Giving Parent

Intentional biblical parenting provides each child with a life worth living for Christ. It does not include a specific pattern, but rather allows for the individuality of each child.

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(Book review) Rebellious Parenting: Daring to Break the Rules So Your Child Can Thrive

Reviewed by: Dr. Jan Reber, wife, mom, writer, and Taylor University professor   Introduction Title: Rebellious Parenting: Daring to Break the Rules So Your Child Can Thrive Author: Carrie Blackaby and Richard Blackaby Publisher: Elevate Faith Publication Date: 2016 Format: Paperback Length: 383 pages OVERVIEW As a mother and repeat book reviewer, I’ve read more than a couple of parenting books. Rebellious Parenting by […]

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(Book Review) Do Your Children Believe?: Becoming Intentional About Your Family’s Faith and Spiritual Legacy

One of the things I appreciate about Chatmon’s book is his honesty. He is not a pastor; he is a regular, working Christian with responsibilities both in and out of the home. The fact that he has been implementing a spiritual plan for his family for years goes to show God’s faithfulness and desire for all believing parents to become spiritual leaders.

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