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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2011
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With sensitivity and a passion to help families experience authentic, life changing relationships with God, mother of three Mary DeMuth reveals effective ways for parents to communicate with and encourage their kids. Practical ideas and illustrations guide parents to develop strong family connections, learn along with their children, and create a safe haven for kids to explore their worlds.
With a mentor's skill, DeMuth shares effective ways to raise confident kids and leads parents to:
- communicate the gospel effectively to their children in a way they will understand
- equip their children (and themselves!) to relate successfully with others and avoid isolating themselves from those who need Christ
- lead their families even when they don't have all the answers
This unique resource offers everyday moms and dads the tools and encouragement they need to inspire great confidence and deep faith in their kids for all they'll encounter in the world today.
Rerelease of Authentic Parenting in a Post-Modern Culture.
Donna Collins Tinsley5 Stars Out Of 5Authenticity through brokenness; Key to parentingSeptember 12, 2011Donna Collins TinsleyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was hooked on this book from the allegory at the beginning: "When he walked down the peopled street into the free, wild unknown, Jacob had no tools to navigate the world. He dropped his satchel and faced the confusing world lost and alone" to the very last page. Mary gives us the tools to use, so that our children will not have to feel lost and alone navigating the world.
I am a great fan of Mary E. DeMuth, both of her fiction and nonfiction. As I was reading this book, I thought how it would help so many people in the "Adult Children of Alcoholics" groups as they have had parenting at its worst. They sometimes talk about their childhood's and how they were parented. It is obvious although some have made great strides not to parent in the same way they were parented they could so benefit by Mary's books. When we have a "lost childhood" we sometimes don't know how to parent.
Many times as I was reading I wished I had grown up in the type of home that Mary is giving her children right now. Although she sometimes feels as we all do, that she fails her children at times. She has written some powerful, helpful things to steer us on in "You Can Raise Courageous and Confident Kids: Preparing Your Children for the World They Live"
Mary also gives questions for group discussions at the closing of the book that could be used as a personal Bible Study. Great addendum!
The story at the end of this book showed the very best scenario and I had tears running down my face as I saw what a beautiful send-off we can give if we really get the hang of raising courageous and confident kids. It would be a great gift to give at a baby shower.
Mary is a master storyteller but she shows authenticity through brokenness and for this reason I recommend this book.
Donna Collins Tinsley