Humility may be one of the most underestimated and underused weapons when it comes to fighting for our children. Humility can give us access to wisdom that is beyond us. It can also deal a blow to the enemy by strengthening our relationship with our children and softening their hearts toward us.
Here are three areas where God has taught me to pursue humility in parenting: Continue reading “Fighting for Our Children-Part 4: Humility”
Find me the book that will tell me how to train my children in a way that is easy and pleasant and I will order it today and pay to have it overnighted. Wouldn’t that be great? Only one problem. That book doesn’t exist. And if you find one, don’t believe its claims. Continue reading “Fighting For Our Children-Part 3: Training”
“Girl, you’re about to get on my nerves-REALLY!” I heard a mom saying this to her daughter in the Walmart parking lot as they were getting into their car. You ever feel like your kids are getting on your nerves? Jacob did. God used his example to work an incredible concept into my life as a parent. We can fight for our children by letting the things that bother us about them become an opportunity to call out in them who God says they are and cooperate with His work in their lives.
Continue reading “Fighting For Our Children-Part 2: When Your Kids Get On Your Nerves”