If You Have An “Emotionally Burping” Person in Your Life, You Need This Book!
Overcoming Emotional Burps teaches how to fi nd the pathway to peace in the midst of diffi cult relationships. By changing the way you react to unkind words or deeds, you can experience a resolution in your relationship you never thought possible. Learn how to respond using Biblical principles. Discover how to be free of anger, hurt, and frustration; free to experience the abundant life Jesus came to give.
“Any man can be a father, but it takes a special man to be a Daddy.” Author unknown
My Daddy Calls Me Princess is a collection of ten fun-filled, beautifully illustrated stories for girls.
The short stories, about the adventures a young girl and her Daddy share, will delight every girl and teach her Daddy what she needs from him on an emotional and spiritual level.
A loving, secure and unconditional relationship with her own father is critical for a daughter to be able to relate to a loving, heavenly Father.
The book has an extraordinary message and provides fathers with a wonderful opportunity to establish and grow their relationship with their daughters.
My Daddy Calls Me Princess is a gift of love.
Healing Together is written especially for the adult and child grieving together. Age does not make it easier or harder to cope with the anguish of losing a loved one. It is a time to grieve.
This alphabet book on recovery from grief is presented from the perspective of the adult and that of the child. It is not written in a sequential format, but rather, the thoughts, reflections, and lessons stem from the collected experiences of mother, Karen Chouinard, and daughter, Holly Carpenter, over a span of many years, from the earliest stages of mourning to the present.
As an added tool, Karen and Holly have listed additional words to encourage thoughtful and meaningful discussions between the adult and child, both of whom are embarking on their own personal journeys from grief to healing.
Scripture has also been included as references for spiritual encouragement.
This is a long-overdue book.
Parents today are faced with new dilemmas which are far reaching in their impact upon children now. Success Motivation for Kids is a relevant book for everyone, but it especially speaks to parents raising kids looking for answers that work.
Author Kenneth Teel brings fresh perspective and real-life examples of how things can be different at home. Some of the riveting chapter titles include:
• Where Does Motivation Come From?
• Self-Esteem: Psychobabble or Gospel?
• How Does “Authority” Interface with Success?
• Confronting Pride, a Critical Component of Motivation
• Where Does Discipline Fit into Success Motivation?
In today’s universe of strong negative influences on kids in school, on the Internet, and from friends, parents are asking themselves, “How do I keep my children from being overwhelmed and confused?” “How do I successfully convey to them a correct worldview?” “How do I keep them from failing morally?” “How do I not lose them to a morass of societal contradictions?” This book touches on the very core issues kids are facing today. These issues must be brought out into the light and discovered if kids are ever going to make it to healthy maturity. This book offers hope for what may seem to be the insurmountable, extreme power of bad ideas coming against kids today.
Ken’s flowing style and easy reading, combined with decades of experience, makes this book a must-read for anyone looking for answers to perplexing questions relating to their own worldview, their purpose for living, and their search for significance. It provides parents with the steps for raising a successful kid! Ken is a dad and grandpa with compassion who intuitively knows how to solve growing-up issues with sensibility and humor.
Jerry Hines has covered all the bases for Dads who love their kids, but don’t know quite what to do with them! Here are more than fifty short stories to make you laugh, and encourage you to think about the incredibly important man you are to your kids, their mother, and their friends.
“Dads, let’s keep it simple! Get yourself a cup of coffee and read Jerry’s book about being a good dad. Brother Hines puts it in ‘Dad Language’ and doesn’t pull any punches. The stories are short and easy to read . . . but there are many gold nuggets of truth in these stories. So, read it – finish your coffee, and go Be the Dad!” Dr. Dennis “The Swan” Swanberg America’s Minister of Encouragement