When Parenting isn't Perfect Paperback
by Jim Daly;
In Stock - Usually dispatched within 4 days
A Bird's Eye View from Eden
The pressure put on parents to be "perfect" is so great, many just burn out, or pass it on to their kids - but that is not what parenting is in this helpful new book.
Price and PurchaseOffer price: £10.53 Free UK Delivery Go to Basket
When Parenting isn't Perfect
Full Product Description
It's admirable for parents to be the very best moms and dads they can be for their children. But sometimes in so doing, they leave grace behind--both for themselves and their children. Jim believes that our quest for perfection, a quest that he believes is particularly strong among Christians, runs counter to God's own boundless gift of grace. We can become Pharisaical parents, quoting endless rules and holding everyone to impossible standards. But God doesn't want us, and our kids don't need us, to be perfect. As parents, we're called to simply do our best. And when we fail--which we will--we're called to try again tomorrow.
Though he's the President of Focus on the Family, Jim does not promise that his book will be a catalyst for a perfect family. But it can help point the way toward a good family--one that feels safe and warm; one filled with love and laughter. This book will encourage mothers and fathers to embrace the messiness of parenthood and show grace to their own less-than-ideal children. Jim, through his own experiences, expertise, and array of stories, will lead both moms and dads to a better understanding of what being a good family is all about.
When Parenting isn't Perfect by Jim Daly was published by Zondervan in June 2017 and is our 6413th best seller. The ISBN for When Parenting isn't Perfect is 9780310348337.
Reviews of When Parenting isn't Perfect
Customer reviews and testimonials Write a review
Got a question? No problem! Just click here to ask us about When Parenting isn't Perfect.
Details for When Parenting isn't Perfect
|Page last updated||14th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jim Daly|
|Publisher||Zondervan (June 2017)|
|Number of Pages||208|