Motivate Your Child-ACTION PLAN


Motivate Your Child-ACTION PLAN

Use this step-by-step guide to identify a specific problem and then define a character-based solution. Follow five steps to craft a parenting plan tailored to your child’s unique gifts and needs. When parents have defined plans, they move forward with more confidence, see changes more quickly, and experience hope as they grow in their relationship with their child. This book is the practical guide you’ve been looking for and puts into practice the heart-based approach the National Center for Biblical Parenting is known for. This book contains 12 audio teaching sessions from the authors and can be used alongside the book Motivate Your Child: A Christian Parent’s Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told.

This book has been amazing. There is a ton of information in it to help parents that may be having a difficult time with their child. I love that this is a Christ-centered book. It really helps you get right to the root of why your child may be acting the way they are, and steps on how to solve those problems with a plan suited for your family.

The book teaches you so much about your child, how you can see change in 40 days and how you can grow together as a family. I highly recommend this book to ALL parents. If you are a parent, I am sure at some point this book will come in handy for you. You will learn a lot from it. 😉

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Motivate your child

About the author:

Biography
Scott Turansky, D.Min., and his wife, Carrie, have five children. Dr. Turansky directed a preschool for eight years and is presently a counselor and seminar speaker and lives in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Scott is the cofounder of the National Center for Biblical Parenting and the pastor of Calvary Chapel Living Hope.

Scott is committed to helping parents understand a heart-based approach to parenting. Although many parents use behavior modification to try to change their kids, Scott believes that approach is incomplete because it doesn’t consider the fact that God created every person with a heart. That realization opens many new avenues to help parents work with their kids.

You can find out more about this book and author on BiblicalParenting.org

You can also purchase this book on Amazon.com.

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