Here is a fresh look at the age-old role of parenting. Loving Our Kids on Purpose brings the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival into our strategy as parents. 2 Corinthians 3:17 tells us that “Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom.” Most parenting approaches train children to learn to accept being controlled by well meaning parents and adults. Unfortunately, God is not going to control us as we gain independence from our parents. We must learn to control ourselves. This book will teach parents to train their children to manage their freedoms and protect their important heart to heart relationships.
What says I
1st of all, I hate parenting books. I think it’s evil! And I’m wondering now if I’ve ever done a post of the worst parenting books out there…
I’ve always believed that children are not blank slates or beings that need to be formed and moulded. I detest that! Children are to be loved and cared for. We as parents are only there to support them as they discover their own way in life.
That said, this parenting book resonated a lot with me.
This book is the starting point for a parent that believes his or her children need to reflect them as parent.
It’s for the parent that believes a child should say ‘yes ma’am’ or ‘no sir’ without questioning anything.
This is for the parent that believes children should be seen and never heard.
This should be a book recommended for self-development!
Even though this book is written from a biblical point of view, it’s not only a book for Christians. It’s for parents that love their children and want a meaningful relationship with their children.
What says others
Brian Michael Steck highlights a few points he took from this book.
The reviews on Amazon are very balanced.
Goodreads reviews also highlight some take away from this book.
Where to connect with the author
More products and tools by Danny Silk and his wife are available at Loving on Purpose and on the major social media platforms
Where to buy this book
And that is it from me for now
Until next time sweet peeps!