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C. Hope Finchbaugh
• Spiritually Parenting Your Preschooler
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|C. HOPE FLINCHBAUGH
To help parents learn to balance both spiritual and natural responsibilities to their children and empower them towards their destiny, C. Hope Flinchbaugh, noted author and writer, explains the nuts-and-bolts of spiritual child development in her Charisma House release Spiritually Parenting Your Preschooler.
Written in an honest, straightforward style, Flinchbaugh faces head-on some of the toughest issues parents of preschoolers encounter with sound biblical answers. She states, "If 75 percent of a child's character and personality will be developed by age five, we have a lot of work ahead of us...Most parents have high hopes of seeing their child succeed in athletics, academics or music. Those things are useful, but knowing how to live life in fellowship with the Spirit is the most beneficial capability that any child can possess."
In an age where one-parent families are the norm, many single or divorced parents are also looking for ways to impart faith in their children similar to their married counterparts. Flinchbaugh states, "Every parent needs someone to whom she or he can talk about parenting...sometimes single parents think, this is my responsibility or this is my lot in life. But remember that you are teaming with God...Don't allow your preschooler to be a prize to be given or taken away based on the absent parent's behavior."
Spiritually Parenting Your preschooler also addresses the power of television images, sibling rivalry and whether spanking will or will not harm a child, in addition to tips on nurturing a child's faith.
A recent study from the Barna Reseach Group found that parents typically have no plan for the spiritual development of their children, or have little or no training in how to cultivate a child's faith. Flinchbaugh, a mother of three, offers vignettes from her own life as tips to help parents grow into the ever-changing role of parenthood.
Interview topics include: Win the Two-Year-Old "No-No War; Raising Your Child Alone; Selecting the School That is Right for Your Child; Build Christ Esteem in Your Adopted Child; Hear Your Child Pray, Expecting Answers...and Then See The Miracles!
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