Upbringing: A Discussion Handbook for Parents of Young Children

Upbringing: A Discussion Handbook for Parents of Young Children

 Books Upbringing: A Discussion Handbook for Parents of Young Children Jim Stenson says that there’s no magic formula that will turn you into a good parent, but that you can learn from other parents – and avoid many pitfalls by planning ahead for parental...
Preparing for Adolescence – A Planning Guide for Parents

Preparing for Adolescence – A Planning Guide for Parents

 Books Preparing for Adolescence – A Planning Guide for Parents Why don’t you trust me? Why do you tell me what I can’t wear? Why do you always correct my manners? If you’re hearing those kinds of questions from your children — or if you know that you’re going to...
Father, The Family Protector

Father, The Family Protector

 Books Father, The Family Protector Jim Stenson explores how Fathers exercise their powerful and particularly masculine contribution to family life. He explains the main obstacles in today’s society that undercut a Father’s teaching role, and tells men what they...
Compass – A Handbook on Parent Leadership

Compass – A Handbook on Parent Leadership

 Books Compass – A Handbook on Parent Leadership Compass summarizes the lessons and experiences of parents to help them succeed as leaders for their children. The author relates thirty years of experience with parents who have lived as great leaders in family...
Family Rules: The Power of “WE”

Family Rules: The Power of “WE”

 Articles Every healthy family lives by a set of rules in the home, some high standards for attitudes and conduct directed toward the welfare of others. When children live by these standards every day for years, they gradually–with fits and starts along the...
Born to Serve, Not to Shop – Effective Parenting in a Nutshell

Born to Serve, Not to Shop – Effective Parenting in a Nutshell

 Articles The real evil of materialism is not the pursuit of things. It is, rather, seeing and treating other people as things–and therefore putting things ahead of people. Youngsters with a habit of thinking and acting this way are headed toward trouble...