Raising Confident Kids in a Confusing Wo

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A Parent’s Guide to Grounding Identity in Christ

As kids grow up, they hear many conflicting messages about how they can define themselves.  For example, they are told that they can define themselves by their achievements, popularity, sexuality, morality, or gender, or by how they feel.

This warm, realistic, and sympathetic book, written by father of three and founder of Faith in Kids, Ed Drew, provides much needed biblical help for parents on this topic.  It shows parents how to encourage their kids to find their identity in the fact that they are made and loved by Jesus, and it explores the implications and applications of this truth.

Whether they are happy or anxious, whether they have messed up or achieved great things, children will gain a positive and realistic view of themselves, based on God’s amazing love for them, giving them confidence to live by faith in a secular world.

The foundational principles in this book mean it is ideal to read in advance of or during the early stages of parenting, but it is a useful resource at any stage of a child’s life.

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