No one wants to fall out of relationship with their kids. It's easier when they are little to stay engaged with them because they require so much p... Read More
No one wants to fall out of relationship with their kids. It’s easier when they are little to stay engaged with them because they require so much physical presence. On the other hand as they get older and become more self-sufficient, being in relationship with our children can be a slippery slope. IF we haven't been laying the groundwork and investing in our littles in the years prior, we will pay the price when they become “big.” This book teaches us lovingly and gently how to invest in our kids at every stage of their life from 0 to young adult. But not only that, when you read tips like "Do the Next Right Thing," we are reminded that it is never too late. There are all kinds of voices around us and inside of us quick to feed us lies about what is possible and what is not when it comes to growing or reconciling relationships. This book is practical, truthful, and hopeful.
About the Contributor(s)Judy McCarver has been married to Paul for 25 years. Together they have parented three lovely and capable daughters. She...
Judy McCarver has been married to Paul for 25 years. Together they have parented three lovely and capable daughters. She has a conviction and a passion for equipping parents with the tools necessary for raising world changers. Her favorite hobbies are traveling, reading, writing, and helping all people, regardless of their personal faith experience, to better understand how to apply timeless scriptural truths to parenting along with the practical application they hold for their lives.
Weight (lbs)0.65 lb
Case Weight (lbs)26.01 lb
Dimensions 9.0(h) x 6.0(w) x 0.6(d) inches
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