One of the perks of having my own blog and having complete control over its content is that I can post about the things I love. If you are a regular follower you know I love creative projects and have recommended various Pinterest projects. I love inexpensive housekeeping ideas and discovered One Good Thing by Jillee. I love mothering tips and pass on what has been passed down to me and I love my God.
Today I have the joy of posting about something else I love – my husband. He was a recent finalist in the Canadian Christian Writers Awards and his first book, Pass It On, Teaching gospel-centered living to the next generation, is now available (click on the book title and you will be redirected to an order page). I have to say it is pretty great. (Yeah, I’m biased, but it doesn’t change the truth.)
This resource is a result of a belief and a problem that became evident in the parenting classes Kevin facilitated in our church. The belief is that all Scripture is useful for all of life no matter how young or how old you are.
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching,rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17).
The problem is how, in the heat of the moment, do we teach rebuke, correct and train our children with the words of God so they would be thoroughly equipped?
Kevin highlights a topical concordance of bible verses that speak to a variety of situations our children will experience. The Word of God can powerfully speak hope and redemption into the life of our families. This resource can help you shepherd your kids well. He also includes a summary of the gospel and what our children need to understand to enter into a right relationship with God.
“This resource can help us pursue our God-given, multi-generational vision for parenting, and to equip us in our efforts to lead our children to the foot of the cross.”
Order your copy today!