Net sodra jy dink jy verstaan jou kind, verstaan jy hom of haar glad nie. Kennis van die verskillende ontwikkelingsfases van die kind sal jou in staat stel om jou kind beter te verstaan en hom of haar met sy geestelike ontwikkeling te help.
'n Nuwe kind teen Vrydag Verander jou kind se gesindheid, gedrag, karakter in vyf dae deur Kevin Leman
Vandag se kinders is almal kop in een mus, en hulle het 'n plan om hulle ouers teen die mure uit te dryf. Gelukkig is ouers uitgeslape genoeg om dit te besef... en te weet waar om te gaan kers opsteek vir goeie raad wat regtig werk. 'n Nuwe kind teen Vrydag bied 'n vyfdagaksieplan vir ouers om eiesinnige kinders vinnig reg te ruk. Kevin Leman wys op sy kenmerkende gesondeverstand- manier hoekom kinders doen wat hulle doen – en hoe ouers daarop kan reageer. Met sy humor en bemoediging bied doktor Leman praktiese, uitvoerbare strategiee wat resultate waarborg binne slegs vyf dae. 'n Nuwe kind teen Vrydag het die ant-woorde waarna baie ouers smag.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families Building a Beautiful Family Culture in a Turbulent World by Stephen R. Covey
Presents the reader with a holistic, integrated and principle-centred approach to creating a powerful and positive relationship within the family.
8 Things No Kid Should Leave Home Without Empower Your Teens to Be Successful on Their Own by Joe McGee
Joe McGee, author, life trainer, and former school administrator, reveals eight simple yet profound principles kids need to live successfully after they leave home. A parent's time with their kids at home is limited and before they realize it, it will be the moment for their children to move out of the house. Although it's important to spend quality time with our children--loving them and getting to know them--it's also important to prepare them for living life on their own. Joe McGee gives parents eight powerful principles that go beyond vocation, ethnicity, religious background, or upbringing. They are simple things parents can give their kids to help them achieve a higher standard of living-a godly standard that will bring success and God's blessings. These principles include: feeling secure in their self esteem, having vision for their future, understanding simple math, developing organizational and time management skills, learning to be humble, developing communication skills, having strong character, and embracing a sense of humor. In the popular parenting book Raising Great Kids by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend, readers learn to develop six character traits in their children - attachment, responsibility, reality, competence, morality, and worship/spiritual life. McGee presents a more rounded approach still focusing some on character, but also on practical principles that kids need to know when they leave home including math and time management skills, communication, and humor.
Words matter. The right words, shared frequently and in a variety of ways, do make a difference. This guide from Willow Creek equips parents and children's workers to use words to build up the hearts of elementary-age children that result in closer parent-child relationships and help pave a path toward a relationship with God.
Parenthood. Nothing gives us more joy -- or greater challenges. How do I balance my work and family time? What's the best way to handle my teenager's attitude? Can I do a better job of raising my kids? Parenthood helps you and your groups tackle the thorny issues parents face today. Each session covers a topic that's key to effective parenting, from raising well-balanced kids to overcoming the mistakes you make along the way. This practical, hands-on discussion guide helps you create a home where children can thrive. You'll develop confidence and competence in your God-entrusted role as a parent and enjoy watching your kids grow into vibrant, godly adults. If you are the discussion leader, you will find additional suggestions and helpful ideas in the Leader's Notes.
The influences bombarding our children's moral development can be deadly. But few parents and church leaders realize how critical it is to start developing a child's biblical worldview from the very earliest years of life. The church often doesn't realize that a child's moral development is set by the age of nine. The answer is for churches to recognize the need to come alongside parents to provide them biblical worldview training, parenting information, counseling, etc., that will equip them to help their children become spiritually mature.