The days of tea parties, stuffed doggies, and butterfly kisses are oh-so-important, but they don't last forever. So how can a dad safeguard his daughter so she grows up strong, healthy, beautiful, and confident? How can you demonstrate your love in a way she'll understand? How can you hold her close and let her go at the same time?
Jay will help you feel encouraged with 52 creative ideas to give you confidence in relating to your precious daughter in ways that will help her blossom into the woman God has designed her to be.
Good news, you are already the perfect dad for your kids! Still, you know you can grow. Most dads could use a little more patience, a plan for plugging in to their gifts and resources, and a few fresh fathering ideas. You may also want to dump some regrets and other baggage.
A great gift or men's group resource, this book provides a full year's worth of ideas—one per week if you like. And NO chapter will make you feel guilty or criticize men for acting like men! Surely, God—our heavenly Father—designed fatherhood to be a joy, a blessing, and a blast.
Many wives long to have their husbands choose
them all over again. To be their knight in shining armor. Their leader.
Their listener. Their lover.
In 52 Things Wives Need from Their Husbands,
Jay Payleitner, veteran radio producer and author of 52 Things Kids
Need from a Dad, offers a bounty of welcome advice, such as
"Stir her pots"
"Buy sparkly gifts"
"Be the handyman"
"Kiss her in the kitchen"
"Leave your mommy"
"Put her second"
A great gift or men's group resource, 52 Things Wives Need from Their Husbands provides a full year's worth of advice. And no chapter will make husbands feel guilty or criticize them for acting like men!
For the husband who wants to live God's plan for his marriage, this book will put him on the right track.
Each book contains a full year of devotions carefully selected from our popular KEYS FOR KIDS bi-monthly devotional, indexed by subject, memory verse, and scripture passage reference. Beginning with a suggested Scripture passage, each day's devotion has a brief story involving boys and girls in a contemporary family setting, a "How About You?" section that applies biblical truths to everyday life, a related Bible memory verse, and a "Key Thought" to summarize the lesson. A wonderful way introduce children to moral and spiritual concepts presented in the Bible.
This second volume follows the original Devocional en un año para la familia volumen 1 [The One Year Family Devotions volume 1] with another 365 daily readings. It offers a whole year of charming stories and relevant Bible passages taken from the extremely readable Biblia Nueva Traducción Viviente. The section “What about you?” personalizes each lesson. Each day also includes a memory verse and a two- to five-word recap of the message of the day. Families with children will enjoy the updated look of this classic family devotional.
The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family addresses one of the top current concerns about youth and the church: the reality that nearly half of all young people raised in Christian families walk away from their faith when they graduate from high school. That's the bad news. But here's the good news: research also shows that parents are one of the primary influences on their child's faith. This book arises from the innovative, research-based, and extensively field-tested project known as "Sticky Faith," designed to equip parents with insights and ideas for nurturing long-term faith in children and young people. Because of the Fuller Youth Institute's six years of research with more than 500 young people, 100 churches, and 50 families, four of this guidebook's unique qualities make it a "must have" for families eager to point their young people toward long-term faith. First, it's grounded in sophisticated, academically verified data. While Dr. Powell is a parent of three children who authentically weaves her own experiences throughout the book, the chapter topics correlate with parenting principles proven in national research. Second, it is positive. Amid gloomy and theoretical resources, this book leaves parents empowered and hopeful that even little tweaks to their family rhythms can make a big difference. Third, it is practical. Readers get what they want most: more than 100 ideas from other parents they can try today, this week, or this month. Fourth, its "guidebook" format is accessible. For busy parents who don't have time and inclination to read, this format is a welcome resource that they can return to time and time again for fresh ideas and inspiration.