Need Help In Scripture? Parenting With Scripture Review
I have mentioned before about finding a church...
I have also mentioned about enrolling Broxton into preschool.
I am so excited for it and I know Broxton is too...
I love that we have found a church home and everything, as I really want Broxton to be raised up with a church home. I have to tell you something, I am still learning in my faith.
I am not that familiar with the Bible, so when I had the chance to review the book, Parenting with Scripture, I was eager to do so.
Once it arrived, I had to go ahead and have a look and I am very impressed with it.
I even had to make Marc listen as I tried to explain it to him.
I feel as though this is a great book for one that is just learning, as well as those that are more familiar with the Bible.
Let me try and explain it to you...
Once you open the book, you have a word.
Let's go with Courage for the sake of this post...
The book then gives the definition: Courage: n. Bravery or fearlessness
You then have several verses that will help you explain...
Hold on, it gets better...
You then have a discussion section, such as : What does God say about fear and being afraid?
(Then, you have more scripture to help you answer the question.)
I really think that this will be a great tool for me to use in life...
Not just in parenting, but with daily things as well.
I think that this would be a great addition to any library.
Here is the summary that was sent to me that made me eager to get this book:
Parenting With Scripture-
Written by a Christian mom who saw the need for a topical Scripture reference guide for parents, Parenting with Scripture is an easy-to-use guide for parents of children ages 2 through teen that will equip you to instill God’s principles into the everyday lives of your children. With 101 alphabetically sorted topics ranging from apathy, charity, fighting, pride and worry; parents can easily flip through the pages of Parenting with Scripture to find the perfect topic and take advantage of those teaching moments in parenting where the issues and questions you face with your children can mean the difference between a Godly lesson learned or a opportunity missed.
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