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Spiritual Nurturing - How To Help Your Child…

Spiritual Nurturing - How To Help Your Child Grow Spiritually

by Darlene J. Carpenter

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Spiritual Nurturing is a practical, down-to-earth book giving parents the tools necessary to help their child grow spiritually on a daily basis. It gives a simple step-by-step plan to help parents write a spiritual mission statement for their child and then presents hundreds of ideas of things they can do to help them reach that goal. These ideas are practical, such as easy ways to memorize Scripture, how to help your child attend church with anticipation and eagerness, making prayer really relevant, specific videos and audios that will contribute toward spiritual growth, and how to get your child involved in reaching out to others in need. It is a resource book that parents will find themselves coming back to again and again.

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