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Principles and Practices of Biblical Parenting
– Raising Godly Children –
Paul and Linda Bucknell
'Summary and Study Questions' provides Biblical parenting principles and study questions for chapter 1, God's Goals for the Family, which is from the book Principles and Practices of Biblical Parenting.
All training , for good or bad, takes place at home whether we realize it or not. Parental training is instilling values, attitudes, responses and a general outlook on life in the lives of our children. Home is the training ground for life.
The things that we put into our children are what we will get. We must constantly ask, "What are we putting into our children? Do we like what we are getting?"
Many of us have not done too well. In fact, we might be tempted to give up because it seems too late. It is not.
Fortunately by God's amazing grace, He can change us and therefore change our children. We will need to speed ahead by improving our knowledge of His Word, more completely obeying Him and carefully instructing our children. Many have rescued their families out of the world.
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After all, our children are looking to see if our beliefs make a good difference. If we model it for them, they find it hard to resist. God's love is always glorious and desirable. We only need to kindly explain the change in our own lives and be consistent.
God has a plan on how parents are to raise their children.
God largely uses parents to train children for His purposes.
God directs parents in the training of their children by His Word and the Holy Spirit.
Young children learn more through what a parent does than what he says.
God wants to train the child's heart through positive instructions in the Bible.
The ultimate goal for each of our children is that they be like Jesus Christ.