Parenting With Grace And Truth: Leading And Loving Your Kids Like Jesus by Dan SeabornParenting With Grace And Truth: Leading And Loving Your Kids Like Jesus by Dan Seaborn

Parenting With Grace And Truth: Leading And Loving Your Kids Like Jesus

byDan Seaborn

Paperback | January 1, 2017

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How could following Jesus' example change your parenting and your relationship with your kids?

Parenting with Grace and Truth is a timely book for to parents who desire to live and lead like Jesus. You will be drawn to the "grace and truth" concept because our culture idolizes serving self over others, which makes it incredibly difficult to raise children from a biblical foundation.

In twelve chapters, author Dan Seaborn explores the notion of what parenting would be like if you handled the delicate balance of speaking truth into your children's lives, while loving your kids with a heart full of grace. Parenting with Grace and Truth will help parents discover that every aspect of parenting is satisfied through the person and character of Jesus Christ. . .a must-read for parents of all ages!
Dan Seaborn is the founder of Winning At Home, an organization that supports marriages and families, and Director of the Marriage & Family Division of AACC.  As an author and speaker, Dan uses humor, practical illustrations, and real-life examples to teach others how to win at home. He has authored twelve books and holds a master's deg...
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Title:Parenting With Grace And Truth: Leading And Loving Your Kids Like JesusFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5.19 × 0.6 inPublished:January 1, 2017Publisher:Barbour Publishing, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1634099311

ISBN - 13:9781634099318

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"If you are looking for a great book to give new parents, parents new to Christianity or parents struggling to find their way, this is a good one. It's not over-simplistic or overwhelming. He covers important basics in ways that can be understood by even the most inexperienced parent. I think any parent would find it helpful."