Planting the seeds of financial responsibility can start earlier than you think. Long before they learn how to count or balance a check book, a child's character and attitude towards what they treasure lay the groundwork for how they will handle finances. Learning how to live in simplicity, gratitude, and self-control takes time and effort to develop. Gaining a healthy sense of humility, responsibility, and generosity requires practice and time to build up into strengths and skills.
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I’m proud to announce the audio-book release of Parenting in Christ: Lessons from the Parables!
"It is a lovely study on the parables' value for bringing up children. The format makes them very practical and useful for group study. Her insights into the implications for nurturing children (and adults) are excellent and highly applicable."
- Rev. Dr. William Edgar, Professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary
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I'm Christina Dronen, a writer, wife, and mom passionate about following Jesus in the way I parent. My posts focus on pursuing Christ and letting Christ live through me in my parenting.