can seemingly do everything right and still lose your
child. If you do not have his heart, you do not have the
child. If God doesn't have his heart, it will be even
more difficult for you to hold his heart.
Principles for Molding Children html
discipline is sometimes confusing to parents. This study
gives a clear picture of what it means to mold a child
for the glory of God. God warns us not to discipline
in such a way that we provoke our child to wrath on
one hand, nor that we discourage them, and break their
spirit on the other hand.
are Biblical principles to practice that we might not
lose our children or youth. They are at risk... and so
is every parent at risk that they won't do what God has
commanded. Study these 10 chapters of 67 pages for great
is a study that will challenge the parent in new insights
-- different ways of looking at parenting! Among other
things this is a consideration of our verbal impact on
our children, Is your home full of verbal toxic waste?
Is it a dumping station? Do we truly practice the clear
directions of God's Holy word in the molding of our children?
This is a question we must face! (12 chapters, 57 pages..
teach it, preach it, study it at home.. use it)
of the areas of greatest neglect is the discipling of
our own children. We ought to read and study Matthew 28:18-20
often as we see clearly in the great commission that we
are to "teach all things" and this demands discipling.
We ought to be concerned about discipling our own youth
and children. Their very future depends upon our consistency
in molding their lives for Christ.
study revealed that one-fifth to one-third of all women
reported that they experienced some sort of childhood
sexual encounter with an adult male. Yet boys are more
likely to be abused than girls. How can we deal with such
a terrible thing? Something must be done!
for Hurting Parents and Grandparents html
are living in a day that parents and grandparents rearing
their grandchildren are seeking Biblical answers for the
daily problems that confront them. Ungodly influences
from teachers, school peers, friends and the media impact
our children every day. Learn how to instill godly values
and character into your children.
kind of atmosphere promotes learning and growth in the
home? What did Christ teach us in Matthew 18:1-14? If
we were to study through this portion we would discover
a number of things. We are to love our children, accept
them, not neglect them, not offend them, and to bring
them to Christ. Study on...
Character is the result of six things: 1. The choices you make, 2. the values you embrace, 3. the thinking that directs you, 4. the truths you hold on to, 5. the crisis you experience, and 6. the mentor or discipler you choose.