Seventy-five percent of a child's character is developed by the time he is five years old-which means that parents of preschoolers have a big responsibility (and a lot of fun!) ahead of them. A warm and delightful book, written in parent-to-parent style with splashes of "close to home" humor, Spiritually Parenting Your Preschooler helps parents to:
Teach your infant, toddler or preschooler to encounter God in a real way
Win the two-year-old "no-no war" without emotional scars
Build Christ esteem in your adopted child
Raise your child alone
Experience spontaneous praise and worship with your toddler
Select the school that is right for your child and holds fast to your values
Discover exciting tools to help your child model God's life and words
Hear your child pray, expecting answers...and then see the miracles!
In addition to the humor, sensitivity and helpful information found in these pages, your entire family will be blessed with these practical and godly guidelines for parenting.
Well...you need to read this book from cover to cover! Right? You've heard all the practical parenting advice-now here's the wisdom that you need to spiritually parent your preschooler.
C. Hope Flinchbaugh writes for Focus on the Family's parenting magazine as well as all four of the Colorado-based ministry's children and teen magazines -- Clubhouse Jr., Clubhouse, Brio and Breakaway. The author of Daughter of China, the freelance writer covers the international persecuted church, revivals and family issues for adults, teens and children.