My favorite is the Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes in You and Your Kids curriculum. It's a positive way to change how a family works together and relates to one another. Besides the book, there are audio CD's. I recommend that the whole family listen to them. The children's program, Kids Honor Club, is a great way to teach the kids ages 3-12 about honor. When families learn honor, their relationships grow and deeper, and that's the foundation for everything else we do. It's amazing.
Another favorite resource is The Baby Adventure book. This book is a guide for new parents to answer some basic and foundational questions about interacting with, and caring for a newborn, and an infant, and really delighting in this stage of life. Scripture verses are woven throughout to help the new mom and dad understand how parenting an infant teaches more about our heavenly Father and his care for us.
|About Joanne Miller, RN, BSN
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Who Are You?
My name is Joanne Miller. I'm a mother, a daughter, a sister, a nurse, an author, a teacher, a friend, and an administrator. I'm a daughter of our heavenly Father and a native New Jerseyian.
Joanne with husband, Ed
My husband Ed and I married in 1982. We met through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship with whom Ed served in a variety of roles and capacities for over thirty years. Upon retiring from InterVarsity, Ed began his own business, Miller Projects LLC. Ed currently works part time for InterVarsity and part time for the National Center for Biblical Parenting. Ed also loves to teach baseball to boys in our community. Ed is a coach through and through. Whether it be discipling young adults, or coaching young baseball stars, Ed is an encourager and a trainer.
Tim, Ed, and Dave
Ed and I have two grown sons, Dave and Tim. Dave is pursuing a career as a physical therapy assistant. He enjoys playing on the worship team at church, driving his truck, and has a passion for playing, coaching, and watching baseball. Tim is currently completing his degree as a civil engineer and already has a job lined up. Tim also enjoys baseball, reading, and hanging out with his brother.
I love children. I suppose that's why I teach parents. I want to see family life done well. I believe there is so much we can do to connect with and grow the hearts of our kids and it's all about relationship. If I can teach parents and children how to relate well together, I feel a sense of joy and peace. I also love my career as a nurse. I have been a pediatric nurse for over 20 years.