What Christian parenting books do you recommend?
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I am currently reviewing a new book from Dr. Tim Kimmel called, Connecting Church & Home. From the publisher, the book's summary reads: "Tim Kimmel gives a comprehensive strategy to churches for family ministry as well as a plan for parents seeking to pass their faith to the next generation. He shares valuable tools for the church to use to build a strong family ministry. A child who has seen grace lived out in front of him at church and at home is much more inclined toward stay- ing committed to a relationship with God into adulthood. So Kimmel shares what a grace-based family ministry looks like in a local church. He also teaches parents how to translate every part of ministry they are exposed to at church to translate into spiritual training at home."
They also provide a video promo for the new book here:
Any other new Christian parent books coming out that you'd recommend? Eager to hear your thoughts.
I've also heard good things about James Dobson's work as well but haven't read any of him myself or seen the results. American Family Association sells many of his works at a decent price, though. Haven't checked Amazon yet however.