Raising a Princess: Eight Essential Virtues To Teach Your Daughter

Raising a Princess: Eight Essential Virtues To Teach Your Daughter

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by John Croyle
     
 

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Raising a Princess begins with the end in mind. The end is the Proverbs 31 woman; Croyle keeps her squarely in view as he looks at what parenting techniques help the reader to raise a princess who will someday be a queen.

Based on Croyle's life and experience parenting more than 1,800 troubled, abused, and neglected children on the Big Oak RanchSee more details below

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Raising a Princess begins with the end in mind. The end is the Proverbs 31 woman; Croyle keeps her squarely in view as he looks at what parenting techniques help the reader to raise a princess who will someday be a queen.

Based on Croyle's life and experience parenting more than 1,800 troubled, abused, and neglected children on the Big Oak Ranch for Boys and Girls alongside his two biological children, the book is organized around eight virtues a parent can build in his or her princess:

P: Praiseworthiness

R: Righteousness

I:Initiative

N: Nurture

C: Character

E: Empowerment

S: Servant-Heartedness

S: Stability


• 100% of this book’s author proceeds will go directly to the children of Big Oak Ranch
• John Croyle will be speaking at further DotMom and LifeWay Men Conferences throughout 2014.
• John has a significant presence in the U of Alabama alumni system.
• John frequents the Rick & Bubba radio show and has been on shows like Chris Fabry multiple times.
Raising a Princess will help the reader understand the ways to raise a confident daughter in Christ through practical and spiritual means.


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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781433680731
Publisher:
B&H Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/01/2014
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
494,149
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)

Meet the Author


John Croyle rose to recognition as an All-American defensive end at the University of Alabama during head coach Paul "Bear" Bryant's legendary tenure. Faced with the decision to play professional football or to start a home for abused and neglected children, John established Big Oak Boys' Ranch in 1974. Today the outreach has grown to three branches with the addition of a girls ranch and a Christian school. John, his wife Tee, and the Big Oak organization have raised more than 1,800 kids to date.

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