Shepherding a Child's Heart

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Written for parents with children of any age, this insightful book provides perspectives and procedures for shepherding your child's heart into the paths of life. Shepherding a Child's Heart gives fresh biblical approaches to child rearing.

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jo

Aug 1, 2013

Child rearing that works

excellent book--Christ -honoring child training. Every to-be dad & mom should read this book & keep it accessible for referencing. Training God's way works--wish I had read & praracticed the teachings of this book 30 years ago.

oneMimi

Apr 23, 2010

Reveals God's love in His discipline

I would recommend this book highly!

I read it before giving it to my daughter who is raising a little boy who is 4 year old.
As a adult I gained much insight into my own besetting problems which were partly due to a lack of childhood discipline.
I appreciated the practical insight and the biblical wisdom that was presented in a hands on way without being legalist.
The author has a wonderful understanding of the ways of the Spirit of God to train and teach a heart.

nickname09

Aug 20, 2009

good teaching on parenting

The book takes the focus of parenting advice back to the Gospel and training your children in a way that points them toward Christ.

doulos

Aug 30, 2007

A Biblical Philosophy

As a Pastor, I have read many books on raising children, and I have to say that this is by far the most carefully Biblical of all the books I have read on the subject. You will find no Christianized pop-psychology here, and no political correctness. The author's empahsis upon the heart is refreshing, as is his understanding that in these matters, we and our children are in desperate need of the grace of God, and must depend upon Him for victory. One of the very few books on raising children that I can recommend whole-heartedly.

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