Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family

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Giveaway info at the end of post.

parentingParenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family
Author: Paul David Tripp
Released: September 30, 2016
Publisher: Crossway
Pages: 224
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It is not often that I will pick up a book that is considered a “parenting” book, especially not one that is titled “Parenting,” because most of them are fairly repetitive in what they tell you about parenthood. Plus, every. single. child is so different…how can anyone tell me what is right or wrong for me or my child. I have even taken child development classes (because the obvious thing to do after getting your business degree is to go back to school to get an early childhood education degree :p ), and those actually were super helpful in understanding my girls and their development more.

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But this book is a little different. It takes a different point of view. You notice it right away from the cover. “Gospel principles” is not something you generally read about in any of the booklets about newborns as your prepare for the arrival of your baby. But it all makes so much sense, doesn’t it? Our children are not our own. What a precious gift we have been given to raise these little ones, yet we can sometimes feel so ill-equipped, at least I do…most days! I love how Paul Tripp brings it back to the Bible in Parenting. Yes, those daily tasks of being a mom or dad to our child/ren still remain. Yes, there are dirty diapers, fussiness, and tantrums…and eyes rolled (both theirs and yours!), angry words exchanged, and curfews broken. But we sometimes forget about grace. This changes how we live our lives as parents…or at least it should.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul David Tripp (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a pastor, author, and international conference speaker. He is also the president of Paul Tripp Ministries and the executive director of the Center for Pastoral Life and Care in Fort Worth, Texas. He has written a number of popular books on Christian living, including What Did You Expect?, Dangerous Calling, Parenting, and New Morning Mercies. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Luella and they have four grown children.

GIVEAWAY
One lucky reader will receive a copy of Parenting. Giveaway ends Thursday, November 3rd. (Giveaway open to US and Canada residents ONLY. If you have been a winner of one of our giveaways in the last 30 days, you are not eligible for this giveaway.)

For your chance to win, leave a comment below sharing something you’ve learned about parenting or just say “Howdy”. For extra entries, tweet about the book, share on Facebook, or leave a comment on any post on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments to each extra entry with link to entry if possible.

– Joyce

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“Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” This post may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on a product link, I’ll receive a tiny percentage at no extra cost to you.