7 edition of Parenting Prodigals found in the catalog.
September 25, 2001
by Baxter Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
iparent audio book I Parent: Parenting children and prodigals in the 21st century The iParent Audio Book looks at the Parable of the Prodigal Son through a twenty-first century lens. Dr. Lon Flippo grapples with explosive family issues and with raw emotion and personal insight shares a modern-day parable of love, loss and restoration. Our third son is a prodigal, (although I suppose we are ALL prodigals in some fashion!). I have experienced a depth of relationship with God that I didn’t know before mothering a prodigal. God has continued to walk this road of parenting with us, revealing his character to us, and growing us through the trials.
Books. Prayers for Prodigals “Prayed out?” This bestselling book offers parents hope and help in the most challenging seasons. 90 days of inspiring, Scripture-based prayers and reflections drawn from personal experience point readers to God’s faithfulness, power and love. prodigal children is a term sometimes used by parents of estranged adult children. It's a reference to the Biblical account of a prodigal son who realized .
Waldrep's book, Parenting Prodigals, offers guidance to parents whose children have rejected faith, with special attention to Christian parents whose children have not only left the faith, but who have also fallen prey to alcohol abuse, drug abuse and criminal activities. His advice to parents includes encouragement to "pray specifically Alma mater: University of Alabama. Home» Parenting» Good Parents, Prodigal Kids. Good Parents, Prodigal Kids. By Gary Thomas. July 2, Share on facebook. Share on twitter. Share on pinterest. Share on print. Share on email. Gary Thomas is an international speaker and the best-selling author of 19 books.
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Parenting Prodigals: Six Principles for Bringing Your Son or Daughter Back to God [Waldrep, Phil] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Parenting Prodigals: Six Principles for Bringing Your Son or Daughter Back to God/5(13).
Parenting Prodigals (SIX PRINCIPLES FOR BRINGING YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER BACK TO GOD) Paperback – by PHIL WALDREP WITH PAT SPRINGLE (Author)/5(15). In Parenting Prodigals, the authors examine six principles to bring sons, daughters, and grandchildren back to God.
These principles include learning to live guilt free, loving the children unconditionally, and praying specifically/5(8). Rutherford McDill Jr. aims to help parents of prodigals survive and even flourish amidst their hurt and h practical, no-nonsense, and inspirational tips indebted to Jesus' parable of the prodigal son, Parenting the Prodigal shows some parents how to maintain their sanity in insane situations and others how to prevent the nightmare that could be s: 0.
Prayers for Parents of Prodigals is a book of prayers written from the heart of a mother who has lived the painful journey with a prodigal. The prayers written within its pages are vulnerable and transparent, petitioning God for help in the most difficult of circumstances.5/5(10).
Book Summary: The title of this book is Parenting Prodigals and it was written by Phil Waldrep. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Baxter Press and has a total of pages in the : Parents with Broken Hearts: Helping Parents of Prodigals to Cope discusses the consequences of destructive and poor choices made by adult children and some of the ways parents cope with these decisions.
Subjects such as keeping secrets, sibling conflict, and extension of pain to marriage are included and discussed at length.5/5(7). This unique book inspires parents to maintain a sustained, daily prayer effort for their prodigal children, especially when they feel tired and discouraged.
Offers encouragement for parents to 'come boldly before the throne of grace' and intercede daily for their children through a series of inspirational prayers/5().
Club Canada co-host, Lorie Hartshorn, will discuss the show and her personal journey with her three young adult prodigal children.
Parenting Prodigals | X. Product details Series: New Life Devotional Paperback: pages Publisher: Navpress Pub Group (September 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Customer 5/5(19).
BOOK REVIEW Hope for Parents of Prodigals By Ann Vande Zande Guest Writer. – At the age of nine, your daughter walked down the aisle with tears, kneeled, and asked Jesus into her heart.
Throughout the following school years, she achieved excellent grades. Although a bit shy, she shared her faith with friends. The book is called Parenting Prodigals. Phil's teaching in this book is truly phenomenal and I wanted to share my notes with you.
If you were there, please feel free to add what you learned in the comment section and if you were not I hope this will bless your life and help you deal with a prodigal in your life.
We all have prodigals in our lives. His books Parenting Prodigals: Six Principles to Get Your Son or Daughter Back to God and The Grandparent Factor: Five Ways to make a Difference in the Life of your Grandchild have been well received and include endorsements from Art Linkletter, Dr.
David Jeremiah, Josh McDowell, and former Vice President Dan Quayle. From the book: They felt good eyes upon them and shrank within--undone; good parents had good children and they--a wandering one.
The good folk never meant to act smug or condemn, but having prodigals just "wasn't done" with them/5. Buy a cheap copy of Parenting Prodigals (SIX PRINCIPLES FOR book by David Jeremiah. SIX PRINCIPLES FOR BRINGING YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER BACK TO GOD Free shipping over $ As Christian parents, the goal is to teach children about God, help them find their own faith in Christ and how to turn to God when they are struggling.
In his latest book, iParent: Parenting prodigals and children in the 21st Century, Dr. Lon Flippo shares new lessons for parents from the Parable of. Shirley Elliott’s new book, From Heartbroken to Hopeful: Gospel Hope for Parents of Prodigals, encourages parents to turn their focus upon trusting who God is during a painful parenting trial.
Our role as parents is to stand firm in the faith, waging war in the heavenlies on our children's behalf. God calls us to fight for our children and our children's children, to wield the weapons of our warfare skillfully, for our weapons are "not of the flesh, but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses" (2 CorinthiansNASB).
Get this from a library. Parenting prodigals: six principles for bringing your son or daughter back to God. [Phil Waldrep; Pat Springle; David Jeremiah] -- Christain Library of Lancaster Collection. Prayers for Prodigals offers encouragement for parents to come boldly before the throne of grace and intercede daily for their children through a series of inspirational prayers.
The book also includes fourteen brief meditations, which are When you’re the parent of a prodigal, you know you can never pray enough/5.
“Prayers for Parents of Prodigals offers readers honesty, encouragement, and much-needed words to confirm a prodigal parent’s experience. This devotional is perfect for anyone navigating the often-tumultuous journey of prodigals.
This will bring solace and much-needed hope.” —Mary DeMuth, author of Healing Every Day.Prayers for Prodigals offers encouragement for parents to "come boldly before the throne of grace" and intercede daily for their children through a series of inspirational prayers.
The book also includes fourteen brief meditations, which are drawn from Scripture and the writer’s and others’ personal experiences with prodigal children, such /5(21).Wright has written more than 65 books on everything from parenting to pets.
But his book, Loving a Prodigal (Chariot Victor) is perhaps his most personal. At the age of 20, Wright's.