This inspiring guide shows you how to hone your spiritual parenting skills by helping your children build a solid foundation of faith. The interactive format will quickly engage you in much more than passive reading; it will invite you to lift the ideas off the page and creatively apply them to your own family situation. The Singletons explain and illustrate the biblical principles concisely, and they provide lively anecdotes to help you see why these principles are so important. You'll also appreciate that each chapter has sidebar content that gives you ample opportunity to apply key ideas and try practical activities. Paperback.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: New Hope Publishers Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9 X 7 X .46 (inches) ISBN: 1596692197 ISBN-13: 9781596692190 Availability: In Stock
Are you concerned with the spiritual health of your family? Are you concerned that your children aren t forming a strong foundation of faith to prepare them for life? What can you do as a parent to give them the spiritual foundation they need? Let Setting Up Stones help you transform your home into a place of family worship. This fast-paced, interactive release offers practical ideas and directions for how to be an effective spiritual parent. Biblical principles are explained and illustrated concisely for today?'s busy parent. Each chapter has a sidebar that provides key ideas and practical activities to apply to your own home and family.
Martha and Greg Singleton have, for 29 years, met the challenges of balancing successful professional careers in journalism and marketing while raising a faith-filled family. Together, they creatively share their experiences and insights on family life at conferences, seminars, workshops, churches of various denominations, schools, organizations, and businesses. Professionally, Martha has built some of the nation’s most highly acclaimed scholastic journalism programs while Greg has worked with clients such as ABC Sports, ESPN and Promise Keepers to develop strategies. The couple resides in San Antonio, and has two adult children, Anne and Matt.