Got Teens?: Time-Tested Answers for Moms of Teens and Tweens

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Jill Savage, founder of Hearts at Home ministries, and Pam Farrel, cofounder of Masterful Living Ministries, can shout "Yes" to the question, "Got Teens?" They offer common sense solutions, insightful research, and creative ideas to help women guide their children successfully into adulthood. Moms don't have to be perfect, just prepared with practical, biblical tools to identify and develop each child's strengths make choices over what kids can do and who with turn around ...
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Overview

Jill Savage, founder of Hearts at Home ministries, and Pam Farrel, cofounder of Masterful Living Ministries, can shout "Yes" to the question, "Got Teens?" They offer common sense solutions, insightful research, and creative ideas to help women guide their children successfully into adulthood. Moms don't have to be perfect, just prepared with practical, biblical tools to identify and develop each child's strengths make choices over what kids can do and who with turn around destructive behavior or bad habits
Tweens and teens need strong moms who know which parental role to play at the right time. Moms will discover how to serve as a defender, a shepherd, a CEO or one of the other twelve vital roles.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780736914994
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/1/2005
  • Pages: 210
  • Sales rank: 632,428
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

Jill Savage is an author and speaker who is passionate about motherhood, marriage, and family. Her enthusiasm for the profession of motherhood is contagious. The founder of Hearts at Home, a national organization for mothers at home, Jill speaks to thousands of women each year about their priorities, their passions, and their purpose. Her honest, engaging communication is strengthened by her ability to make her audience laugh while they learn. Jill is the author of several books, including Got Teens? and My Heart?s at Home. She and her husband, Mark, have five children and one granddaughter.

Pam Farrel: Pam Farrel and her husband, Bill, are the authors of Men Are Like Waffles?Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 290,000 copies sold) and Red-Hot Monogamy. In addition, Pam has written 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband and The 10 Best Decisions a Woman Can Make. They are cofounders and codirectors of Love-Wise, an organization to help people connect love and wisdom and bring practical insights to their personal relationships.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2005

    Got teens? Get help!

    I¿m just leaving the decade of parenting teens (mine are almost through college) but I thoroughly enjoyed this book and rejoiced that such a resource is now available. The authors have done a great job of assembling facts (like the biology behind those baffling teen brains and moods), lived-through examples (their kids could be anybody¿s kids), and helpful resources (like tests to help kids determine their spiritual gifts). There¿s also helpful counsel for parents of prodigal teens. Mark Twain wrongly advised parents of teens to hole `em up in a barrel until they reach maturity. This book takes the smarter approach of godly parenting. Buy a copy for yourself and to share with another parent of a teen. They¿ll bless you (the parents, that is¿and who¿s to say the teens won¿t, too?).

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