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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2013
Series: Faithful Families
Building Family Ties with Faith, Love, and Laughter - eBookDave StoneThomas Nelson / 2012 / ePub$5.995 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
Practical life lessons, real-life stories, and Scriptural truths for being the family that glorifies God.
Raising Your Kids to Love the Lord is the first of three books in the Faithful Families series where Pastor Dave Stone applies a practical, conversational, and humorous approach to the challenge of building a strong spiritual foundation for the family. Topics include: Authenticity, Discipline, Modeling Godly Principles, Sharing the Load, and more.
Preaching is his gift, but Pastor Dave Stones family is his lifes blessing. While raising three kids with his wife, Beth, as well as shepherding the diverse families of his congregation, his heart, and passion for building strong families rings louder than ever. He knows that raising faithful families is a key to the future of the church.
The world needs more people like Dave Stone. He is an astounding communicator, tremendous minister, terrific dad, and a dear friend. He writes from a wellspring of experience and character. Read this book! You will be glad you did. Max Lucado
Booklover105 Stars Out Of 5Every parent needs to read this book!June 12, 2012Booklover10Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I absolutely love books that deal with parenting. I think that's partly due to the fact that I'm right there just starting out in this parenting thing with a 3 year old and a 1 year old. I'm a studier and like to be prepared and have as many ideas as possible.
The title of this book attracted me to it over the other choices to review. I desparetly want my children to grow to love the Lord above all. I know that I can't make them believe in Him or follow in His ways, but I do shape their opinion of who He is and if my life isn't lived in submission to Him, then theirs won't be either.
Filled within these pages, Dave doesn't soften the blow of the truth at all. He shouldn't have to. He reminds us to be intentional as parents. How can we have kids who love the Lord if we spend our days full of wasting time in front of a television or doing things that we enjoy instead of shaping the hearts of our children?
Not only that, but boundaries come into play in parenthood. Not all things are beneficial for you, your child, or your family. "No" is an okay word to use and must be used. Dave encourages you in this and it was nice to know that I wasn't, in fact, a mean mom that I sometimes guilt myself into thinking.
This book is full of advice, encouragement and warnings, but all written out of both love and experience. All parents needs to read this book....if not for a reminder of how important our job as a parent is and how it shouldn't be taken lightly. This book was a great reminder to me as I read it in the start of summer, where I tend to be less intentional and more relaxed. Thanks for the insight, Dave.
I received this book free from Booksneeze (Thomas Nelson Publishers) in exchange for my honest opinion of this book.