Growing Spiritually as a Parent

Q. Why is it important for me to continue to grow spiritually?

A. Read Exodus 20:3–6.

Read pages 1–13, 43–45: Haynes, Brian. Legacy Path. Nashville: Randall House Publications, 2011.

Read pages 29–38: Tripp, Paul David. Age of Opportunity. Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 1997.

Read pages 17–30: Rienow, Rob. Visionary Parenting. Nashville: Randall House Publishing, 2009.

Q. Is being a parent really a spiritual thing?

A. Read Ephesians 6:1–4; Deuteronomy 6:4–10.

Read pages 17–27: Haynes, Brian. Legacy Path. Nashville: Randall House Publications, 2011.

Read pages 1–16: Rienow, Rob. Visionary Parenting. Nashville: Randall House Publishing, 2009.

Q. What kind of legacy am I leaving my children?

A. Read Deuteronomy 6:1–9; Psalm 78; 2 Timothy 2:2.

Read pages 1–13: Haynes, Brian. Legacy Path. Nashville: Randall House Publications, 2011.

Read pages: 41–54: Holmen, Mark. Faith Begins at Home. Venture: Regal Books, 2005.

Read pages: 133–49: Wright, Steve. ApParent Privilege. Wake Forest: InQuest Ministries, 2008.

Read pages 133–39: Rienow, Rob. Visionary Parenting. Nashville: Randall House Publishing, 2009.    

Q. Why is raising my teenager such a struggle?

A. Read Ephesians 6:10–20; Proverbs 22:15.

Read pages 107–25, Tripp, Paul David. Age of Opportunity. Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 1997.

Read pages 10–16: Rienow, Rob. Visionary Parenting. Nashville: Randall House Publishing, 2009.