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18 Oct Posted by in Parenting & Prayer | Comments

Parenting and Prayer

Parenting and Prayer

By Paul Miller It is surprising how seldom books on parenting talk about prayer. We instinctively believe that if we have the right biblical principles and apply them consistently, our kids will turn out right. But that didn’t work for God in the Garden of Eden. Perfect environment. Perfect relationships. And still God’s two children […]

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16 May Posted by in Early Childhood, Newborns, Toddlers | Comments

Attachment Parenting…Good or Bad?

Attachment Parenting…Good or Bad?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the concept of “Attachment Parenting” due to Time magazine’s cover shot of a 26-year-old mother breastfeeding her nearly 4-year-old son. That provocative image and the underlying philosophy of attachment parenting has sparked considerable debate. I thought it might be helpful to join the discussion. Attachment parenting is […]

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26 Mar Posted by in Discipline/Training | Comments

What is the focus of our discipline?

What is the focus of our discipline?

You can’t see the forest for the trees. We’ve probably all heard that phrase at one time or another. What it means is we can lose sight of the bigger picture when we are too focused on the details. This can happen all too easily in parenting—on a number of levels. When it comes to […]

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20 Feb Posted by in For Fathers | Comments

Change Your Parenting Ways, Every Day

Change Your Parenting Ways, Every Day

This is the seventh and final post in a series containing excerpts from John Fuller’s new book First-Time Dad, published by Moody Publishers. Acknowledging the need to break free from bad habits is the first and most important step Simply knowing about your shortcomings, without taking tangible action, won’t do anything beneficial. You’ll only become […]

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09 Feb Posted by in For Fathers | Comments

Address Your Parenting Issues

Address Your Parenting Issues

This is the sixth in a series of posts containing excerpts from John Fuller’s new book First-Time Dad, published by Moody Publishers. One of the best ways to become a better dad is to benefit from the wisdom and experience of other fathers If you’ve identified some of the father chains you’ve inherited, take the […]

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03 Feb Posted by in For Fathers | Comments

Assess Your Parenting Baggage

Assess Your Parenting Baggage

This is the fifth in a series of posts containing excerpts from John Fuller’s new book First-Time Dad, published by Moody Publishers. Six questions to determine what baggage you’re bringing into your role as a father. There are reasons you tend to think and act certain ways. Understanding those reasons is key to breaking the […]

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