NIV, Once-A-Day: Nurturing Great Kids Devotional, eBook: 365 Practical Insights for Parenting with Grace by Dan Seaborn

NIV, Once-A-Day: Nurturing Great Kids Devotional, eBook: 365 Practical Insights for Parenting with…

byDan Seaborn

Kobo ebook | October 21, 2014

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We strive to do what is best for our family, but there are lots of opinions on how to be a good parent. Truly successful parenting begins with focusing on God and making him the center of all we do. The Once-A-Day Devotional for Nurturing Great Kids helps you to bring God into your parenting by providing 365 daily devotionals written specifically for parents who are seeking to build a stronger relationship with their kids and put God first in their family. These devotionals will inspire you as a parent to embrace the role that God has given you, while equipping you with the tools you need to be a strong Christian role model for your children.

Title:NIV, Once-A-Day: Nurturing Great Kids Devotional, eBook: 365 Practical Insights for Parenting with…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 21, 2014Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:031043193X

ISBN - 13:9780310431930


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Once a Day Devotional: Nurturing Great Kids Once A-Day Devotional: Nurturing Great Kids, 365 practical insights for parenting with grace, is a nice little devotional, by Dan Seaborn and published by Zondervan. It features a four part page for each day of the year, a scripture verse, parenting insights, a parenting principal and points to ponder. I really like how it's laid out, it's very easy to read and takes just a few minutes to read through. I also really like that it's a new topic everyday, unlike some devotionals I have read, that follow a topic for a few days and then move on to an other, this one gives you a fresh perspective on a variety of parenting issues everyday. I enjoyed how simple of a devotional it is. It is thought provoking and insight generating but without the added stress and time of having to decipher what the message is supposed to be or having to think too much about it. Because, let's face it, as a parent, we don't always have time to stop and think! It's no-nonsense approach makes it that much simpler...and harder to pass up devotional time now that's its easy! It is divided in calendar days (January 1st is day 1) so you can either decide to start on New Years day, or on which ever day you want to start! And to top it off, the cover is absolutely adorable! Having just had our second child, he's a week old today! I see how much more valuable time is and to start the day off in a positive and Godly way is even more important now. I really would recommend this book to all parents, especially those needing that extra "umph" in the morning! Happy Reading
Date published: 2014-11-18