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The Love Dare For Parents by Stephen Kendrick
Presents a forty-day devotional of "dares" for parents, challenging one or both parents to understand, practice, and communicate Christ-like love to their children.
The Love Dare by Alex Kendrick
Unconditional love is eagerly promised at weddings, but rarely practiced in real life. As a result, romantic hopes are often replaced with disappointment in the home. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. The Love Dare, the New York Times No. 1 best seller that has sold five million copies and was major plot device in the popular movie Fireproof, is a 40-day challenge for husbands and wives to understand and practice unconditional love. Whether your marriage is hanging by a thread or healthy and strong, The Love Dare is a journey you need to take. It’s time to learn the keys to finding true intimacy and developing a dynamic marriage. This second edition also features a special link to a free online marriage evaluation, a new preface by Stephen and Alex Kendrick, minor text updates, and select testimonials from The Love Dare readers. Take the dare!
The Love Dare Day By Day by Stephen Kendrick
Presents a year's worth of daily devotions intended to help couples develop and practice genuine and unconditional love toward one another, based on the principles expressed in the original Love Dare book.
The Love Dare For Parents Bible Study by Stephen Kendrick
This Bible study will help parents learn how God has wired each of their children so that they can tailor the way they discipline, show affection, and teach life lessons to each one.
Giggle More Worry Less by Gregory W Parkinson
Dr. Greg Parkinson's first parenting book is practical, informative, funny and easy to read. Far from the usual medical encylopedia, it uses a combination of evidence, 20 years of experience and anecdotes to empowers new parents. It helps them become more knowledgeable, confident and centered.
Mindful Parenting A Parent Thesis by Robin Pauc
In Mindful Parenting (a parent-thesis) best-selling author and researcher Robin Pauc looks at the postnatal development of the brain and the potential challenges this poses to parents. However, before considering the impact that a child makes upon the lives of their parents he also considers why we are attracted to certain people and not others and why indeed we fall in love. In considering the establishment of the family he looks in depth into the history of the individual members of the family unit and the effects such factors as the location of the family home and income have upon the functioning of the unit. An easy to follow questionnaire allows the reader to look subjectively at their life situation and where possible make changes that will impact favourably upon the every day family life. Issues with both the parents and children with learning and behavioural disorders are addressed sympathetically and case histories are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of appropriate interventions.This fourth book in the series by Robin Pauc provides a mirror into which anyone can look to see their current life situation - the point on the line of history where it is bisected by their own biography - it provides an explanation as to why children do what they do and when things go wrong, why the particular problem arose and more importantly what you can do to change things. This book empowers parents by providing a knowledge of the postnatal development of the brain in a format that is easily digested and yet contains the latest cutting-edge neurology that few people on the planet are aware of.
Divulgence by Tich Brewster
Armageddon is coming... Hannah is a Devada, a special breed created to kill Satan's chosen four his Kings of Hell. Hannah is on the hunt for the demons responsible for the death of her parents. Their gruesome bodies still haunt her dreams. Will these nightmares ever end? Will she get to know peace once more? When Raum was sent to Oklahoma to help a young girl transform into a Devada he knew there was something different about her. She wasn't like any other Devada he'd known. When secrets are revealed he is surprised at how special Hannah truly is.
Earning My Parents Love by Michael Williams
What makes this story extraordinary is the author tells it from the perspective of being in the experience as a child. In this book, it is easy to see how childhood experiences often hold adult answers. The reader of this story innocently ends up assessing his or her own upbringing. The story speaks to anyone who has ever had parents. In this story, we realize that sometimes we just have to return to childhood in order to say good-bye. While this book makes us laugh & cry, its true power comes through family redemption! This is a rare work because it is told entirely in the voice of a child who is untiringly trying to earn his parents love while also trying to grow up. It is a luminous demonstration of family emotions. When childhood is a struggle for survival there is scant energy left for growing up. This book movingly reveals the consequences of that type childhood and offers deliverance. The genesis of the story is the author could not remember his childhood; it was suggested he start writing from his earliest recollection as a way of nurturing childhood memories. When he did, the voice of the child he once was, was passionate & direct. The author grew up in a home of alcoholism, violence, and dysfunction; yet, had no idea this experience created its own evolving trauma.
Winner Kids by Ravi Mahendra
This is the story of a successful father describing his approach to parenting, making us think and consider what will make our children happy and successful individuals. Ravi Mahendra is a father of three young girls and he is passionate about parenting. He has personally gone on a journey of learning and developing the relationship between him and his daughters. Ravi delights in seeing his children become bigger and better individuals. Ravi believes passionately that parenting is about dedication and focus. The book is based on the principle that you are the best teacher for your children; you can pass on your knowledge and experience to help to support the best development of your child. The parent is the figure of authority, with immense responsibility for decisions regarding the children. This book draws out the benefits of really pro-actively grasping the responsibility and making the decisions rather than running with the flow. The real strength of this book lies with the thought process on determining priorities, characteristics and values that will produce successful children. It will inspire you to look at your parenting approach with a fresh set of eyes and help you to succeed on your chosen path. The book uses well-chosen examples from the world of business, politics and historical figures to really illustrate what success means and what needs to be done to achieve it. Ravi uses connection of business ideas and stories with parenting to bring a fresh perspective on children's upbringing. . The book is drawing interesting connection from management and business theories to really focus on children leading successful lives. At a practical level, the book offers a vast array of examples on managing the prosaic day-to-day issues. Unless the practical challenges are resolved, it becomes very difficult to manage the more advanced parenting questions. Ravi does a great job in visualising the impact of our actions now on the children in the future. Ravi Mahendra lives with his three daughters in London. His career spans many areas: he has built a renowned business school in his native Sri Lanka, written business columns for newspapers and is a prize-winning Qualified Accountant with an MBA. Ravi is currently working as Global Finance leader in a large insurance organisation and he is also a regular blogger on LinkedIn. His aim is to live life to the fullest and to raise his children as successful and content individuals.
Teen Healer by Paul Spremulli
Twelve year old, Andrew Brancusi doesn't know why he's different. By all accounts, he is just like every other kid being raised in the Italian community of Federal Hill, Rhode Island. Sure, while the other children were going home to their parents, Andrew was schlepping groceries for his grandparents up three flights of stairs but he attended church every Sunday, never missed a game of baseball down at the local sandlot, and even has a crush on the cheerleader next door. Still, Andrew finds himself consistently on the outskirts of society and celebrates his thirteenth birthday with his only two friends; Louis, the school nerd, and Cooper, his rescued dog. But when Andrew's birthday is marred by tragedy and Cooper is fatally injured, Andrew finds himself unlike any other kid on the Hill when he is able to miraculously heal his dog's injuries. Andrew's new-found gift may explain why Andrew has felt different all his life, but it also raises twice as many questions and some unexpected reactions from those around him; both good, and bad.