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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Christian Parenting Today Bible Study
Laying tracks to avoid the runaway train of adolescence.
Maybe it s your daughter s loose tooth, your son s ankles poking out from under that pair of jeans that you just bought last week, or photos at a family reunion. Usually those big-picture moments work to develop a mix of sadness, pride, and fear in a parent s heart. Am I equipping my children for the next stage of life? How on earth am I going to deal with a teenager in my house?
Dr. Ronald T. Habermas, in his article Parenting Your Future Teen, writes, Successful parenting of teens requires successful parenting of young children. It s encouraging to know that adolescence doesn t have to be a runaway train, but a discipleship adventure for which you can lay tracks now. This study will explore biblical principles for mentoring younger children towards a well-rounded adolescence and, more importantly, a deep discipleship.
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Deuteronomy 6:1 9; Philippians 2:1 11; 2 Timothy 3:10 15
Identify the Current Issue
Discover the Eternal Principles
--Teaching point one: Christian parents respect their children.
--Teaching point two: Christian parents invite children into their world.
--Teaching point three: Christian parents need to talk and walk their faith.
Apply Your Findings
ARTICLE FROM CHRISTIAN PARENTING TODAY
Parenting Your Future Teen, by Ronald T. Habermas (1998)
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