This inspiring guide shows you how to hone your spiritual parenting skills by helping your children build a solid foundation of faith. The interactive format will quickly engage you in much more than passive reading; it will invite you to lift the ideas off the page and creatively apply them to your own family situation. The Singletons explain and illustrate the biblical principles concisely, and they provide lively anecdotes to help you see why these principles are so important. You'll also appreciate that each chapter has sidebar content that gives you ample opportunity to apply key ideas and try practical activities. Paperback.
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Review 1 for Setting Up Stones: A Parent's Guide to Making Your Home a Place of Worship
Date:January 1, 2010
Excellent source for anyone looking to establish their home as a house of worship. Church is not exclusively a Sunday morning experience. This book offers excellent suggestions for relevant approaches of bringing worship home and getting all the family involved. This book will offer fresh approaches to "train up a child in the way that he should go"!
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Review 2 for Setting Up Stones: A Parent's Guide to Making Your Home a Place of Worship
Is family devotion time at your house greeted with less than shouts of enthusiasm? Is there even a family devotion time at your house? I have good memories of devotions growing up, but they weren't done like clockwork. My husband on the other hand has nightmares of the nightly 2 hour devotions growing up in his house. So finding a balance hasn't really happened in our house yet. This book caught my interest right away when I found out what it was about. I think there is a real need for something like this. So lets take a look...Think of Setting Up Stones as a workbook, at the end of each chapter there are ideas to try and questions to answer to really get you thinking. It is interactive if you let it be. The first part of each chapter is part Greg and part Martha giving illustrations, stories and insight into ways you can bring worship into a daily part of your family life. The important thing being that they get you to reevaluate what worship is. The beauty of this book is that you will start to see worship all around you and in more things that you do and you will help your kids see it too.Great book! I have recommended it to my mom for the Young Moms Bible Study she teaches at church because it would be a perfect book for something like that.