Home Grown Heroes: Practical Principles For Raising Courageous Kids

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How will you teach your children courage? They need it. You sense that already. The choices your kids face are much tougher than the ones you wrestled with--the evil more flagrant, society more corrupt, the pressure to conform more intense. At the outside, you have about fifteen years to prepare them, maybe less. They'll need courage or frankly, they may not make it. Without a plan, you won't either. Through inspiring stories, practical teaching and hefty doses of common sense, veteran family advocate Tim Kimmel ...
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Overview

How will you teach your children courage? They need it. You sense that already. The choices your kids face are much tougher than the ones you wrestled with--the evil more flagrant, society more corrupt, the pressure to conform more intense. At the outside, you have about fifteen years to prepare them, maybe less. They'll need courage or frankly, they may not make it. Without a plan, you won't either. Through inspiring stories, practical teaching and hefty doses of common sense, veteran family advocate Tim Kimmel charts a course your family can follow. No, it won't happen the same way in every home. But your investment in preparation will pay off when the heat's on. It's the most strategic investment you may ever make. Includes questions for small group study.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780977496709
  • Publisher: Family Matters AZ
  • Publication date: 4/28/2006
  • Pages: 229
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Dr. Tim Kimmel is the Executive Director of Family Matters (FamilyMatters.net), a non-profit ministry that equips families to appropriate God's grace in every age and stage of life. He is also a well-known national speaker and best selling author of books including Little House on The Freeway, Grace Based Parenting and Why Christian Kids Rebel
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