We’re jumping into the discussion of 7 Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s Potential by Zan Tyler. The 7 Tools Book Club is always open for anyone who wants to join! Start here with all the details of the 7 Tools Book Club and then catch up on any of these posts you might have missed:
- You’re Invited!
- Are you ready?
- 10 Contributors and Supporters
- Introduction and Appendix: Never Say No to God
- Chapter 1: Preparation
- Got Vision?
- Chapter 2: Identity
- Family Identity
- Chapter 3: Intimacy
- Talking TO Your Children
- Chapter 4: Purpose
- Getting To Know Your Homeschool Student
- Chapter 5: Worldview
- Teach Your Children a Biblical Worldview
- Chapter 6: Discipleship
- Making Disciples Starts By Being a Disciple
- Chapter 7: Academics
- Adventures in Academics
Chapter 8: Leadership
“We carefully cultivate our children’s potential for a reason. When they leave our homes, we want them to be equipped to make a difference in this world.” pg. 175
It really all boils down to this: Love God. Love your neighbor. We want our children to be well equipped to do these things when they leave home.
I love the way that Zan takes us through the qualities and practices of Daniel. I highly recommend that you go back over that section in this chapter. How do your children and your parenting compare? What’s missing? What are you doing well. What do you need to focus on to raise “Daniels” in your home?
Jump into the discussion in the comments and/or link up a post of your own on chapter 8.
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