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Parents Rising provides real help for the real problems that parents face. In today's world Christian parents are raising children in a culture that is not Christian-friendly and it can sometimes seem like a losing battle. In this book for parents and caretakers of teenage children or younger, Arlene Pellicane gives you eight strategies for raising kids who love God, respect authority, and value what's right.
Strategy #1 - Amusement is not the highest priority
Strategy #2 - Parents Call the Shots
Strategy #3 - Routine and Boundaries Provide Security
Strategy #4 - The Bible and Prayer are Present Daily
Strategy #5 - Marriage Takes a Front Seat
Strategy #6 - Good Food Served on the Table
Strategy #7 - Love is Spelled T-I-M-E
Strategy #8 - Launching Adults, Not Babying Children
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X .44 (inches)|
How to raise godly children in a godless world
Do you feel like youre fighting a losing battle? Against the culture, against the busyness, sometimes even against your spouse and kids… Often it seems like everything is against you as a parent, and your everyday life can feel far from joy-filled. But it doesnt need to be that way. Parents Rising will show you eight cultural trends that parents are up against today and what you can do to claim victory.
This book is about growth not guilt. Its not a pep talk, or a "try harder" speech. This is real help for real problems that every parent faces. Its a way to focus your efforts so that theyll be more effective and youll be less exhausted.
knowltonnest5 Stars Out Of 5Great book for parents to reevaluateApril 11, 2018knowltonnestQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Parents Rising is Arlene Pellicane's newest release. This book breaks down eight strategies for raising kids who love God, respect authority and value what's right. Arlene's honest and sometimes amusing family stories give a glimpse of how to apply these strategies to everyday life. Each chapter begins with a Bible verse and a short story. From there Arlene uses her research to share some startling statistics for the breakdown of the strategies in modern day culture. She weaves other author quotes and solid suggestions for implementing these ideas into the family. At the end of each chapter there is a question, a prayer and an action point. And interwoven in her writing she continually encourages parents to rise up. She also gives tips for single moms and blended families. There are also discussion questions at the end of the book for group meetings. Some of the topics covered are entertainment, boundaries, the role of the parent, daily Bible time and prayer, the priority of marriage, spending time with kids and getting them ready for life beyond the family home.
Arlene's latest book is another one to read and devour. She directly addresses the needs of today's family with love, encouragement and plenty of Biblical wisdom. Arlene is candid and witty with a generous dose of common sense and a purposeful edict for parents to subscribe to God's values for raising kids today. The best part is the Parents Rising Manifesto at the end of the book which challenges parents to read it weekly and includes all the strategies from the book to keep in mind through daily life. I plan to read through each chapter again and evaluate where I need to rise up and read the manifesto in my morning devotions. I love this book and I hope you will too.
Rachael4 Stars Out Of 5challenging, inspiring read!April 11, 2018RachaelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I received an advance copy for me to review. This book has a lot of insight. The questions really got me to dig deeper into my parenting. I have more awareness of things that need to change in my parenting. Great read!