Category Archives: discipline

Servant leadership is about serving

There’s a nice discussion about servant leadership on the Jesus Creed blog. It’s about Brian Harris’ book The Tortoise Usually Wins: Biblical Reflections on Quiet Leadership for Reluctant Leaders, which I would like to read, but haven’t yet. The discussion … Continue reading

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Shifting parenting styles

At each stage of a child’s life they require a different response from their parents. Consider shifting your parent style as your child develops. Realize that each age range is generalized. You child may shift sooner or later. Birth to … Continue reading

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The Difficult Child response flow chart

Raising children is difficult work. When children test parents, demonstrate disrespect, or act in a way that challenges their expectation, parents struggle to know how to respond and when. Not every child is difficult, but every parent is sure to … Continue reading

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