Parenting Books You Should Read

Parenting is among the most fulfilling roles that you will take in your life.

However, it can also be the most difficult.

A lot of parents tried to be good parents, but not all succeeded.

Some have lost their ways and forgotten the true purpose of parenting.

Some simply ignored their role and left their children to other people’s care.

In a world where parenting is failing, how can we fulfill our God-given role?

Best Christian parenting books
10 Best Christian parenting books

Thankfully, there are Christian parenting books that can help us.

Aside from the Scripture, parenting books can expand our understanding of the Bible and illuminate specific ways about how we can become better parents.

If you want to get the necessary help, check out our list of the 10 best Christian parenting books.

In this list, we will look into how to be parents based on the Bible, the description of each book, their reviews, and most importantly, how it can help you in your rearing your child.

So, if you are ready to become a better Christian parent, check out these parenting books.

Until He comes,
Joshua


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  1. Joshua, happy Sabbath! Remember I admonished you to be careful about recommending books from the world…now I would also extend this to so called “christian” books and authors. I am not saying all are to be shunned but one has to be really careful not to guide a true christian to counterfeit christianity or beliefs. I am giving you an example of one books you recommended of the several ….

    In the book ” Give Them Grace ” here is part of the summary of what the theme is about….

    ” All of us want to raise good kids. And we want to be good parents. But what exactly do we mean by “good?” And is “being good” really the point?

    Mother-daughter team Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson contend that every way we try to make our kids “good” is simply an extension of Old Testament Law―a set of standards that is not only unable to save our children, but also powerless to change them.”

    In other words, the admonishing in Deuteronomy 11:19 “Teach them to your children” is discounted. This is not surprising because Protestant and Catholic beliefs include the fact that the Old Testament is irrevelant in todays world and the God of the OT was an angry God compared to the New Testament which had ‘sweet Jesus’ .

    Regards, D

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