Many of us enter parenthood with a perfect vision of what our family will be. But along the way, we discover that the children we've been blessed with are real human beings, with their own minds, ideals, and views of the world. Our influence only goes so far, and when those children reach the pre-teen and teenage years, it may seem to have disappeared completely. Yet at no time in a kid's life is their parents' positive, godly influence more critical.
For parents who are concerned that their child is pulling away, following poor role models, or making choices that will lead to pain and difficulty, Mike Berry has good news: It's not too late. He offers parents six keys to maximizing and leveraging their influence to help their children through these difficult years and develop a relationship with them that can weather any storm.
What members say
Concise, timeless truths for the often messy world of parenting. It’s a good blend of personal stories (stories I’m sure that many adoptive parents can relate to) and practical advice.