Adoption Resource Package
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Adoptive families enjoy special blessings and face unique challenges. This hand-picked combination of resources will help you navigate the heart of your child and facilitate healing and growth one step at a time.
Motivate Your Child outlines the biblical references to the conscience and offers parenting strategies that help to build a healthy and strong conscience. Adopted kids often struggle in at least one area of the conscience, so this resource is key for developing a strategy for healing and growth. Motivate Your Child Action Plan walks you through developing a 5-piece plan for change and character development in a child's heart. The practical guide comes with twelve 30-minute audio sessions and ideas for meetings with your child.
Parenting is Heart Work is a landmark book. All the teaching that comes from the National Center for Biblical Parenting is founded on a heart-based approach. Parenting is Heart Work is the book that explores God's Word to answer the question "What is the heart?" and then applies the conclusions to parenting. Parenting is Heart Work Training Manual then takes the reader through 8 heart-based routines for developing positive patterns in family life, changing the heart one step at a time.
Say Goodbye to Whining is the book about relationships. Learn how the family can work as a team to value each member, and then others outside the home as well. When children learn honor, they change from the inside out as they develop patterns of treating others as special, doing more than what's expected, and having a good attitude. The Kids Honor Club is a manual of lessons for children ages 3-12. Kids can grasp a vision for honor through Bible stories, games, crafts, and even snack ideas that teach honor in practical terms.
Each of these six books is biblical, practical, and relevant for parents of adopted children ages 2-18. Learn appropriate ways to correct, instruct, and set limits. Glean wisdom for dealing with emotions, conflict, and developing closeness in your family… and much more. These six books are different in their approach but all have become family favorites and library "must haves."