Faith @ Home
Please take advantage of our Faith @ Home resources on the 3rd floor. Grace Based Parenting by Tim Kimmel(click here for a review of the 1st , 2nd, and 3rd chapters). We always offer for loan, When Can I, by Tommy Sanders. It is a book for children who are beginning to ask questions about becoming a follower of Jesus.
Here are the new books we have featured now:
1. Parenting with Love and Logic
By: Foster Cline and Jim Fay
When they reach their teens, many kids seem to have no clue about making wise decisions – so they make bad ones. How can you raise mature, responsible kids? Foster Cline and Jim Fay show you how to parent “with love and logic.” Once you learn to establish effective controls without resorting to anger and threats, your kids will learn to deal with the real world by solving their own problems. And you’ll build a rewarding relationship built on love, trust and fun.
2. Have a New Kid by Friday
By: Kevin Leman
Family out of control? Thinking of calling Nanny 911? Try Dr. Leman’s action plans instead! His straightforward advice offers doable day-by-day strategies to change your child’s attitude, behavior, and character—and help you become the parent you’ve always wanted to be. Includes indexed section on how to handle everything from rolling eyes to punching walls! Paperback Edition.
3. Raising Kids Who Turn Out Right
By: Tim Kimmel
Every parent hopes their kids will turn out right. They pray that when their children leave the nest, they will be ready to face the world. And they hope that their kids will be equipped to stand strong in life’s battles. There are no shortcuts to successful parenting-no secret formulas to raising kids of strength and character. However, there are steps you can take to prepare your children for the challenges ahead.
4. The 5 Love Languages
By: Gary Chapman
Marriages may be made in heaven, but they must be nurtured here on earth. In this new paperback edition of Dr. Gary Chapman’s bestselling book, The Five Love Languages, he explains how people communicate love in different ways, and shares the wonderful things that happen when men and women learn to speak each other’s language. Chapters are categorized by love language and each one ends with simple steps to express a specific language to your spouse and guide your marriage in the right direction. Paperback. A Focus on the Family recommendation.