Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes... in You and Your Kids
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BeschreibungWhat if honor and respect were the primary dynamics in your household? Would your days look any different? Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller offer a thorough, complete program for establishing honor as a basis of family life -- not just children honoring parents, but parents respecting children and children honoring each other.Even if honor seems a long way off in your household, you will find practical suggestions here to bring that goal just a little closer -- suggestions for kids of all ages. Honor is the biblical value that will bring about good behavior. It's more than just changing what kids do; it's changing the deeper issues of the heart that triggered the behavior.
PortraitScott Turansky, Doctor en Ministerio, es uno de los cofundadores del "National Center for Biblical Prenting" [Centro nacional para la crianza biblica] y pastor de la iglesia Calvary Chapel en el condado de Mercer. el y su esposa, Carrie, tienen cinco hijos y dos nietos, y viven en Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Dr. Scott Turansky, D.Min. is a family coach who works with children and their parents each week. He directed a preschool for eight years and has been a pastor for over two decades. Dr. Turansky and his wife, Carrie, have five children and live in New Jersey. Joanne Miller, Enfermera Certificada, Diplomada en enfermeria, es enfermera pediatrica del hospital de ninos Bristol-Myers Squibb en New Brunswick, New Jersey. Ademas es escritora, oradora y una de los cofundadores del "National Center for Biblical Parenting" [Centro nacional para la crianza biblica]. Ella y su esposo, Ed, tienen dos hijos. Joanne Miller, RN, BSN, and her husband Ed, have two boys, Dave and Tim. Joanne has been a pediatric nurse since 1985 and is presently working at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. She is an author and public speaker, and h
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HAROLD SHAW PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2000
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten