Courageous Parenting: “Be Strong and of a Good Courage; Be Not Afraid”

Linda Vaughn, Angela Stewart, and Tiera Kimball

How can I “be not afraid" about the choices my children are making? Courageous parenting involves 1) communicating expectations to your children, 2) letting them make choices and 3) letting them experience the good or bad consequences of their choices. That’s easy - until a bad choice is made! Explore strategies and parenting skills you can implement into your family routine to “be strong and of a good courage” (Joshua 1:9) regardless of the choices your children make.

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