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How to Have A H.E.A.R.T. for Your Kids

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How well do you really know your kids? What has God shown you about who they are and who they will become? He has sent these children into your

home at this specific time for His glorious purposes. Indeed, you have been

invited on the adventure of a lifetime, a journey on which you will see walls fall,

seas parted, and giants slain. You don't need special skills or training f
Hardcover, 205 pages
Published March 17th 2011 by Apologia Educational Ministries (first published January 1st 2011)
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Hannah Kartagener
We must be focused on giving our children the joy of the Lord. We must recognize our children's highest calling is to glorify the one true God and enjoy him forever. p.123

p. 123- For a homeschool mom's mind in times of mental taxation.

Pray God would give you a vision for who your child is meant to be for his kingdom. Pray that God would equip you to equip them. Pray they would remain pure mentally, emotionally, physically,and spiritually. Pray that they would recognize and accept the truth of Je
Jennifer Covington
Very good. Lots of forthright, encouraging teaching. I had the opportunity to meet and hear Rachael speak at a conference a few years back. She's as down to earth as she sounds in her teaching here. I love the simplicity of what she shares here.
Great book which helps parents teach their children Christian character as a priority.
Read this book as part of a group study and just loved it!!
Really good, really fast, really helpful read.
Excellent book, highly recommended
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Rachael Carman had it going on—or so she thought. After surviving sixty-three months of pregnancy, countless sleepless nights, and 35,000+ diapers, this one-time control freak encountered God’s grace. And she encourages you to do the same!

In her books How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You? and How to Have a HEART for Your Kids, Rachael challenges mothers to surrender their will and draw closer to t
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