by Linda Weber
A nurturing mother is vital to the character and future of a child. But what is a nurturing mother? Linda Weber describes in detail how important it is for moms in all situations to focus on nurturing the hearts and souls of their children, and she shows them how to do so. By sharing encouraging true stories―including her own―and new research, Weber offers moms a detailed and updated rationale that defends the value of motherhood while urging women to embrace the value and power of their role.
At Heritage Christian, we are pleased to provide ongoing support for the parents of our students. We've compiled a list of resources below that we hope will help you during your child's academic and spiritual journey.
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by Linda Weber
An Operation World Prayer Resource
Window on the World brings alive the culture, history, and traditions of all sorts of different people. With "Fact Files" and "Do You Know?" features, each section brings you information, true stories, maps, and easy-to-use prayer points that take you into homes around the world. See how children live, what they like to do, where they go to school, what they eat and wear, and what they hope and dream.
by Dr. Josh and Christi Straub
When the Holy Spirit lives through us, we model the fruit of the Spirit for our kids. These nine characteristics are: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Join Dr. Josh and Christi Straub in this 6-session study to discover the fruit of the Spirit in the context of your parenting and family life, learn how to cultivate growth in your own children, and explore practical ways to live out the fruit of the Spirit together.
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Know your teen's world. Talking with your teen about issues like smartphones, eating disorders, Snapchat, video games, and sexting can be scary and complicated. But it doesn’t have to be! Axis has created downloadable PDFs to help parents understand the things their teens face, how to have conversations about them, and how to biblically disciple them into lifelong faith through it all.
Keys for Kids Ministries is an international Christian media ministry organization that produces radio programs, print materials, and web-based media for evangelism to children, targeting ages 6 to 12 with Bible-based materials.
22:6 Parenting was created by Dr. Josh and Christi to help you be more intentional, more confident, and make the most of the time you have with your kids without adding anything to your already busy day. Here, they've developed a practical plan of discipleship for your family along with a community, and flexible video coaching.
by Louie Giglio
Indescribable displays the majesty of creation with scientific findings, photography, and original illustrations. These 100 devotions encourage awe at God’s creativity with an in-depth look at Space, Galaxies, Planets, and Stars; Earth, Geology, Oceans, and Weather; Animals—from Hummingbirds to Dinosaurs; and Our Minds, Bodies, and Imaginations.
by Diane Cory
Learning to live God's way isn't always easy, but it's worth it. As you read each girls devotion you find out about God and how to follow Him. It covers some pretty awesome women in the Bible, including Abigail, Ruth, Naomi, Deborah, Esther, and more! It tackles real girl issues and answers questions, such as: Who is God? How does God see me? What does he think about me? and How does he speak to me?
by Barbara Reaoch
Easter is a celebration of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But how many children know why Jesus died and came to life again? This illustrated devotional contains 28 lessons - one for each day of the four weeks leading up to Easter - in a short, focused format designed to help parents show the Christ of Easter to their children.
by R.C. Sproul
Davey was a young donkey who was bored and unhappy because he was never given anything to do. Then one day, some strangers came to the gate and Davey's master picked him for a very special task. Davey carried the King, Jesus, into Jerusalem. A few days later, Davey saw some angry people making the King carry a heavy beam of wood. Davey could not understand it until another donkey helped him see that the King was being a Servant on behalf of His people.