THE 1 CORINTHIANS 13 PARENTING SERIES
Raising Little Kids with Big Love
Have full-blown tantrums and high-pitched whiny voices made their way into your home? Do you feel a little frustrated? Do you wonder what happened to your precious baby bundle and your patience? You must be the parent of a toddler to nine-year-old. When parenting little ones, big love is needed. Raising Little Kids with Big Love reveals fifteen qualities of love. These are demonstrated through anecdotes and the authors’ conversational style, bringing the characteristics of 1 Corinthians 13 love to life in your parenting and in your youngster. Discover how to:
Increase your child’s self-worth by demonstrating patience
Act in kindness to build family unity
Foster sibling relationship rather than sibling rivalry
Control your anger and effectively deal with tantrums
Be your child’s advocate in the school setting
Support your gifted or special needs child
Build a relationship with your kids that will last a lifetime
The 1 Corinthians 13 Parent series is based on the famous Love Chapter. What does love look like when parenting little kids? Find out by delving into 1 Corinthians 13.
Raising Little Kids with Big Love Study Guide is available for a more in depth study for an individual, couple or small group.
“I love the concept of approaching parenting according to the attributes of love described in 1 Corinthians 13, and I love even more Lori Wildenberg’s and Becky Danielson’s reminder that we as parents need to practice these attributes too! In 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting, Lori and Becky are balanced, relatable, and, most of all, wise guides through just about every parenting issue I can think of. A practical and God-centered resource.” - Julia Roller, author of Mom Seeks God
“In a world where parenting often seems overwhelming, Becky Danielson and Lori Wildenberg deliver an approach to parenting little kids that’s so simple that it’s brilliant. With a style that’s based on the unfailing love of Christ, the authors guide parents with simple tips, compelling stories, and the motivation to make it through those tough days with biblical concepts and a huge dose of hope. This is a must read for any parent who wants to be more Christ-like in her attitudes and in doing so raise kids who learn to love Jesus with a big love.”
- Erin MacPherson, author of The Christian Mama’s Guide series.
“These are excellent books. The 1 CORINTHIANS 13 PARENT SERIES has a great idea. It takes a new spin on a common passage and applies it to the family. It’s fresh. It’s new but it’s based in the scriptures. People will love the idea. This is a winner in my opinion.” - Dr. Scott Turansky, National Center for Biblical Parenting
“In The 1 CORINTHIANS 13 PARENT SERIES, Lori Wildenberg and Becky Danielson display not only a heart for children, but an insightful passion to help parents consider the primary place of influence they hold in the development and formation of their kids. Throughout the books, the authors highlight key points of learning and offer key questions, as well as suggestions intended to give parents the right tools to raise their children to love, honor, and respect both God and others. The books serve as a reminder that God is Love and that parents have the awesome privilege and responsibility to reflect that love to their children. The authors remind us that parenting is a holy calling and not to be taken for granted. Read, reflect, and learn!”
-Reverend Mark R. Stromberg, Superintendent of the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America
Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love
If big sighs and rolling eyes entered your home or if you’re feeling challenged as a parent by your kid this book is for you! Does it ever seem as if your child has morphed into someone else? You must be the parent of a tween or teen. You need supernatural love from God to raise that big kid! Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love reveals fifteen qualities of love to infuse into your family. These characteristics are demonstrated through vignettes and the authors’ conversational style; bringing 1 Corinthians 13 love to life in your parenting and in your young person.
Realize the difference between kindness and enabling.
Discover how to adjust your parenting approach.
Increase family cohesiveness
Put respect back into your family.
Replace rivalry with relationship.
Deal with your anger (and your child’s).
Provide tools for your young person regarding temptation and more!