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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Any thoughts on Lesson 6?
When is it most difficult for you to maintain your integrity with your child(ren)?
- From my new book, "Parenting in Christ: Lessons from the Parables" available for 99 cents on preorder from Amazon until Christmas.
No matter how good we talk about ourselves, our behaviors and attitudes are what reveal what's really in our hearts. The truth is that the good and bad things we do and say start with our thoughts. Who we really are is revealed when no one is watching. What we value becomes obvious when we face hard choices. God knows our thoughts, who we really are, and wants us to be the same whether or not someone else is watching. This is called having integrity. Integrity is important in relationships because it builds trust and creates closeness. A parent with integrity is a blessing to their child.