It's never been more important to teach your children well.
What America needs today are parents w ho don't just s ay they value these virtues but... Read More
It's never been more important to teach your children well.
What America needs today are parents w ho don’t just s ay they value these virtues but who live them and passionately and boldly teach them to their children. It’s up to me and you and every parent in America to make the necessary changes to give our children the opportunity to change the world. We do that by instilling good character traits in them so that they will be capable of being the adults our world needs.
Many parents want to see positive character traits in their children but wonder how to instill them. As stars of the hit reality-TV show Duck Dynasty, Korie and Willie Robertson receive loads of letters and messages from fans asking how they’ve raised such good kids. As they will tell you, “it isn’t always easy, but raising kids with good character is possible.”
A straightforward, practical approach to parenting, Strong and Kind helps you identify the character traits you want to see in your children and gives you the tools for putting them in place. Besides strength and kindness other character
By modeling positive traits, with confidence, consistency, creativity, unity, and in truth and love, you can increase the chances of your kids catching on. At the end of the day, the Duck Dynasty stars say the most important thing you can do for your children is what they do at the end of every episode: hand them over to God in prayer.
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“After being a parent for twenty years, I have come to believe that the most important thing for parents to decide—more important than bottle or breastfeeding, more important than co-sleeping or sleep training, and even more important than whether to put your child in day care or become a stay-at-home parent—is what values are important to your family and how you will go about instilling those values in your children.”
In Strong and Kind Korie Robertson—with the help of her mom, Chrys Howard, and with insights and stories from her husband, Willie—introduces nine character traits that children need in order to lead a successful life. And though there are no perfect parents or perfect children, Korie shares principles—based on biblical wisdom and time-tested practices—that will help you parent your own one-of-a-kind child.
About the Contributor(s)Korie Robertson is known for her role on A&E’s hit reality television series Duck Dynasty. The mother of six is...
Korie Robertson is known for her role on A&E’s hit reality television series Duck Dynasty. The mother of six is known for her domestic and international philanthropic work and serves on the board of Help One Now, an organization dedicated to ending extreme poverty and caring for orphans worldwide.
Korie and her husband, Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander®, are active advocates for adoption and foster care, having adopted two of their own children, and were honored for their work at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute’s (CCAI) Angels in Adoption® gala in Washington, DC in 2013. They now serve on the CCAI board. Korie and Willie also founded the Drive Adoption fund in 2016, which was created to promote domestic and international adoption awareness and education.
Korie oversees several business ventures including the local Louisiana-based retail store Duck & Dressing. She also serves as a spokesperson and advocate for women on behalf of the natural skincare line made for women of all ages, Naturmetic.
Korie is a New York Times bestselling author whose writing credits include The Women of Duck Commander, Faith Commander: Living Five Values from the Parables of Jesus, The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty, Duck Commander Devotions for Kids,and Strong and Kind: Raising Kids of Character. Follow Korie online @bosshogswife or www.duckcommander.com.
Chrys Howard is the mother of Duck Dynasty's Korie Robertson. She holds a degree in elementary education and spent ten years teaching children with learning differences. After teaching, she joined the family-owned business, Howard Publishing, now known as Howard Books, where she served as senior editor and creative director. She has authored a number of books with more than 1,000,000 in print, including the best-selling Hugs for Daughters and Motivationals for Moms. She co-authored The New York Times bestseller Miss Kay's Duck Commander Cookbook, Strong and Kind with daughter, Korie Robertson, the children’s book, D is for Duck Calls with Kay Robertson, and Live Original Devotional with granddaughter, Sadie Robertson. Chrys has spent more than forty years working with Christian youth camps; speaking to women’s groups; teaching Bible classes to children, teens, and young adults; and traveling overseas for mission efforts. She is married to John Howard, and has three grown children and fourteen adorable grandchildren. She is blessed to live in West Monroe, Louisiana next door to Korie and Willie and surrounded by other family members
Willie Robertson, executive producer of A&E’s Duck Dynasty and the Outdoor Channel’s Buck Commander, combines his passion for the outdoors with his natural ability to entertain. The Robertsons’ story is a great example of entrepreneurship and dedication and at its core is built on faith and family. Willie is the New York Times bestselling author of The Duck Commander Family, American Hunter, and American Fisherman. He andhis family also have a platinum-selling Christmas album, Duck The Halls. Willie, his wife, Korie, and their children live in West Monroe, Louisiana.
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