Child Care - The Meeting Point

Child Care - The Meeting Point

by Maudlyn Chinda

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Overview

Many parents misunderstand the meaning of high quality care when it comes to the up-bringing of their children. Is quality care about putting children in the most expensive schools? Or is it about discipline and setting boundaries?
In today’s busy world, many factors hinder parents from giving high quality care to their children. It is the writer’s intention to bring to light these problems and how to overcome them.
The writer gives practical advice, goes into detail about the pitfalls surrounding parenting and how to give children high quality care in both secular and, most importantly, a God-fearing way: hence The Meeting Point. It is the meeting point of spiritual and secular child-rearing. This book is for all loving and caring parents, children’s ministry-workers and anybody who works with children.
Enjoy it!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150272422
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
Publication date: 02/09/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 120
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Maudlyn Chinda is an educationist by profession lecturing at the Newham College of Further Education in London. She holds a first degree in Education and a Master’s degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies. She holds the level 6 Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). She has a passion for children and growing new churches. She was ordained a deaconess in 1995 and is a minister in the children’s ministry. Maudlyn is also a qualified assessor. As an assessor, Maudlyn has been involved in the realization of the eradication of illiteracy in the United Kingdom by the year 2012. She has been involved in training and assessing people on their jobs to achieve the National Vocational Qualification in Customer Service, Health and Social Care, Child Care, Business Administration, Laundry Services. She is also the director of B&M Consultants Ltd. The author is married to Barrister Ben Chinda and has four children.

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