From authors Stephen and Alex Kendrick of the international best-selling marriage book The Love Dare (as featured in the movie Fireproof) comes The Love Dare for Parents. This new book highlights 40 daily challenges or “dares” for parents to discover, understand, practice, and communicate Christ-like love to their children.
The book is divided into 40 chapters, each one an individual dare. Each dare describes the love subject at hand, such as love is patient, gives a Bible verse to back it up, then discusses it. At the end of the chapter is a written dare, some questions, and some lines for notes.
The book is very easy to understand and is extremely well-written. It is full of verbalized illustrations that flow eloquently.
In the appendix are some pieces that take a look at parenting issues, present ideas, or give encouragement.
Though we have not yet completed all the dares in the book, we have been having a good time reading it and an even better time doing what dares we can (some are bit too old for toddlers). It is helpful towards our marriage, too, because we’ve been reading it together and cherishing our children together. Every chapter confers a highly applicable topic that centers around Biblical child rearing, which we love!
I highly recommend this book be read (and done) by every parent.
You can purchase The Love Dare for Parents via various online and local retailers including Amazon.com.
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