Turning Your Child’s Focus Inside Out

 

« Coming from a large family, I know firsthand how skilled siblings are at comparing, especially when it‘s to their advantage. “His piece of cake is bigger than mine!”… “Why does she get to stay up later than I do?” As parents, you can use your children’s natural tendency to pick up on differences to foster a heart of gratitude and develop a habit of intercession for others. » – from Karen Hardin’s « Turning Your Child’s Focus Inside Out. »

Karen Hardin shares some good thoughts for parents and grandparents interested in helping to disciple the children in their lives.

Click here to read, « Turning Your Child’s Focus Inside Out. »

 

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