Shepherding a Child’s Heart: Raising Teenagers

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A Guest Post from: Carrie Raab

Carrie, owner of Young Living Oil Lady, loves people and desires to listen and help them whether it is a spiritual, physical, mental, or emotional need. Because of her love for people, sports, fitness, health and overall wellness, she decided to go back to school, after she received her degree in Psychology, to become a Physical Therapist. Upon completion of her degree, she worked at a Sports Medicine Clinic, mainly treating athletes. She worked until the Lord blessed her and her husband with their first child. She left her role as a career woman to stay home with her newborn son. She has been a stay at home mom ever since! This “stay at home” path led her down the road of homeschooling her now two adorable sons. She uses the word of God as her plumb line and is very passionate about her Lord and Savior. She believes God created everything in the garden for our good. She uses all natural products, loves raw whole foods, and prefers Young Living essential oils versus popping pills. She shares her passion for healthy living on her blog.

“Teens feel vulnerable about everything. They worry about their appearance. They feel insecure about their bodies and their personalities,” says Tedd Tripp. Since we know this to be true, we, as parents must pour into them the love of Christ and what He says and speaks over them. Our children need to gain their identity in Christ.

Shepherding a Child’s Heart: On Character Training

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A Guest Post from: Aurie Good

Aurie Good is a pastor's wife, a "retired" youth minister, and probably the most relaxed mom that you'll ever meet! She blogs at Our Good Life about life as a homeschooling mom to her two girly toddlers and all the fun that comes with being a foster parent. She is married to her best friend and consider the simple life that they've created absolute bliss!

Aurie Good shares about character training in reaction to Ch 16-17 of Shepherding a Child’s Heart.

Shepherding a Child’s Heart – Chapter 14 and 15

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A Guest Post from: Kelli Hanson

Kelli is a 28 year old stay at home mom, wife, blogger and homeschooler. Making her way through life and parenthood with her best friend and God. She blogs at Folded Laundry.

A Guest Post from: Kelli HansonKelli is a 28 year old stay at home mom, wife, blogger and homeschooler. Making her way through life and parenthood with her best friend and God. She blogs at Folded Laundry.More Posts Today we’re in chapter 12 and 13 of Shepherding a Child’s Heart.  Get all the details of the Shepherding a Child’s Heart Book Club in the kick off post and join us! If you’ve ever read my blog, you know I have {Read More}

Shepherding a Child’s Heart – Chapter 12 and 13

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Wapping up the first section of Shepherding a Child’s Heart with chapters 12 and 13.

Shepherding a Child’s Heart – Chapter 10 and 11

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A Guest Post from: Kelli Becton

Kelli Becton is a published photo journalist who spends as much of her time as possible in the great outdoors with her husband and 3 boys. Living on the Gulf coast of Florida allows them to enjoy homeschool days exploring God's creation outside on a regular basis. They enjoy camping, hiking, and kayaking along the waters while learning more about the world around them. She writes about their experiences as the Outdoor Recreation Examiner online.  By putting God first in their life, they believe that all else falls right into place. Encouraging others for the Lord and helping homeschool families is the main purpose for her blog : Adventurez in ChildRearing.

This week we’re reflecting on chapter 10 and 11 of Shepherding a Child’s Heart with Kelli from Adenturez in Child Rearning.