Raising the next generation of children is more distracting than ever. We want to raise children with purpose, who excel not only in their pursuits but in the character that makes them victorious when life throws them challenges. How do you give your children the best opportunities without feeding the narcissism prevalent in our selfie society? By giving them integrity. Building children requires integrity: the wholeness that comes from knowing who you are, what you stand for and what you live for. Integrity is consistent; it can be counted on. Building children with integrity helps them to own the ethics and character that will stand against the flood of social opposition to strong values. How to Build Children with Integrity is a toolbox of resources and ideas for parents and those who are involved with children. This book is meant to be used as a springboard to inspire people to think of how they can take normal everyday life and build something lasting in children along the way. As we dedicate ourselves to these tasks, results will follow.
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About the Author
Karen and her husband Gary were married in 1981. In 1984, they had their first child; by 1989, they had five children.
Karen began challenging and teaching women to strengthen their relationships in 1981. She did not realize at that time that her life work would be dedicated to helping others build better relationships. Karen is the author of How to Build an Enduring Marriage, published in 2014. She shares her passion to help others live victoriously by teaching in America and abroad.
Karen and Gary's sons and daughters are all married, and have made Karen and Gary grandparents to fourteen children ages 6 and under and counting. Karen and Gary reside in Michigan.