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by Bill Johnson,Danny Silk
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  • Author:
    Bill Johnson,Danny Silk
  • ISBN:
    0768427398
  • ISBN13:
    978-0768427394
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  • Publisher:
    Destiny Image; 46088th edition (March 28, 2013)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Christian Living
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Danny Silk serves on the Senior Management Team at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. He is the director of Global .

Danny Silk serves on the Senior Management Team at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. He is the director of Global Transformation Institute and oversees Bethel Staff development. Danny and his wife, Sheri, are the founders of Loving on Purpose Educational Services, a ministry to families and communities worldwide. They have been married over 28 years and have three children and three grandchildren.

Bill Johnson (Foreword). Chapter 1, The heart of the matter Basically about the focus of the book which is loving your kids instead of disciplining them. Danny Silk sets the goal for us of keeping connection with our children. A strong heart connection can weather many storms. Changing from the paradigm of controlling kids, and making them act like you want them to act, and instead loving them, letting them choose, and helping them with the consequences. My first thought on this thought, was that I hope he explains, and goes into which age groups, and how much choice to give kids.

Loving Our Kids on Purpose shows you how to plant in your children the principles of the Kingdom of God and a heart for the Lord. The easily implemented plan introduces paradigms, perceptions, skills, and ideas that help parents reduce fear by eliminating the tool of punishment and strengthening the hearts of their children to fulfill their destiny. Loving Our Kids on Purpose: Making a Heart-to-Heart Connection (9780768427394) by Danny Silk.

Written by Danny Silk, Audiobook narrated by Troy Klein. Making a Heart-to-Heart Connection. You can raise good kids! Loving Our Kids on Purpose combines the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival to form a powerful strategy for parents. Narrated by: Troy Klein. Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins. Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom.

a Heart-To-Heart Connection or any other file from Books category. at the age-old role of parenting. Unfortunately, God is not going to control us as we gain independence from our parents. We must learn to control ourselves.

Download Loving Our Kids on Purpose: Making a Heart-To-Heart Connection or any other file from Books category. Here is a fresh look at the age-old role of parenting. Loving Our Kids on Purpose brings the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival into our strategy as parents. 2 Corinthians 3:17 tells us that Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom. This book will teach parents to train their children to manage their freedoms and protect their important heart to heart relationships.

You CAN raise good kids! Loving Our Kids on Purpose combines the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival to form a powerful strategy for parents. Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom (2 Corinthians 3:17).

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You CAN raise good kids!

Loving Our Kids on Purpose combines the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival to form a powerful strategy for parents.

Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom (2 Corinthians 3:17). Rather than the traditional approaches that train children to learn to accept being controlled by well-meaning parents and adults, this book teaches parents how to train children to manage their freedoms and protect their important heart-to-heart relationships.

Children were designed with the core need of freedom. To deny this or live ignorant of it eventually destroys the trust connection between parent and child.

There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love (1 John 4:18 NKJV).

Loving Our Kids on Purpose introduces paradigms, perceptions, skills, and ideas that will help parents reduce fear by eliminating the tool of punishment and strengthening the core character of their children by empowering their self-control and value for their relationship with their parents.


Ballazan
If you are a fan of the Bible and a fan of Love and Logic this is the book for you. I can't tell you the difference it has made in my home. Let me give you an actual example. My 9 y.o. has the privilege of sweeping the floor after dinner. He did a great job and I praised him. He also forgot to put the broom away. I gave him a gentle reminder. He said "in a minute" and I said something like "sure honey, just make sure it's put away before bed." He forgot. I put it away for him. Next morning I simple say "hey, remember the broom?" he gets a funny look on his face, "I forgot, sorry mom." I say, "no problem, I put it away for you. But, today when I'm done with the laundry you'll have to fold it before you can go play." He was disappointed but understood. A few days later my husband is calling him to return to the bathroom to pick up his dirty clothes. My son says, "In a minute." I chime in "Honey, don't worry about it, I'll get it for you." My son jumps up and nearly knocks me over yelling, "those are my dirty clothes - I'll get them mom!!" I was laughing so hard, my husband was speechless. A few days later my daughter forgot to do something and I say "no problem honey, I'll get it." My son tells my daughter that if she's smart she'll do it herself. LOL I love replacing my old tools; nagging, yelling, complaining with my new tools. And, the best part for me is that while I am learning new tools that I LOVE I am primarily focused on strengthening the relationship that I have with my children. After reading the book I even had the honor to attend one of their parenting workshops and bought the workbook. I am about to buy the audio version so I can continue to reinforce the methods being taught. I am determined NOT to parent the way I was parented. Happy reading and remember - with God anything is possible.
Deorro
I went into this book thinking I was reading just another book on parenting. I learned many great tips but most importantly I gained a real revelation of the Fathers heart for me. It was very unexpected and an answer to prayer! I grew up without a dad in my life from age 9-19 so I had been having a hard time really understanding God as Father and Gods discipline I found myself bawling through much of this book! In God changing the way I view Him my parenting has changed and me and my daughter are connecting more than ever before! So if you're looking for more head knowledge this is not the book for you but if you want real heart change and transformation in your life read this book! As a mom who's in school and working I get pretty busy but third book was so good I couldn't put it down and finished it in a week! :-D
Ndav
I don't usually write negative reviews, especially about Christian books, but this book really bothered me deeply and I feel like I would be doing a disservice to the Christian community if I didn't write my review.

This book was recommended to me by my brother and I was excited to order it and start reading it. And, at first I really was enjoying it.

But, once the author got to the practical application, I found his ideas disturbing and could not continue.

I don't want to waste your time, so I won't give you too many examples. Here are two:

First, I found the author's methods of communicating with children (and teens), in an effort to help them make choices, quite sarcastic and just weird.
(As a bit of background, I grew up with a pretty sarcastic Father — so I understand that I may have a sensitivity to that, when it comes to guiding children, that many people may not have.)

But, as an example of what I am referring to, the author suggest communicating with kids using phrases like, "I don't know", "maybe so", and "probably not". So, when a kid asks, 'when should I do the chores?' He might say, "I don't know" because he wants the kids to make the decision. But it gets worse as he goes through more examples. His conversation with one kid gets so odd that the kids asks him 'why he is talking so weird?', and if 'he's been drinking', to which he replies, "Probably so". Really? (In fairness to the author, I am going by memory here because I've already thrown the book out.)

How is kind of language that helpful or kind or loving or good for building up your child? I just don't get it.

The second thing that really bothered me, was his account of an interaction with a female audience member during a talk he was giving.
He mentioned that this is an example he likes to give regularly.

He waits to figure out who the most vulnerable (my word, because I cannot remember his exact term) female in the audience is. This usually an hour or so into his seminar. Right off, that's a red flag for me. Then he singles her out to help him with a point he wants to make — that everyone likes their freedom and the ability to make their own choices.

He goes on to talk about having the woman stand and asking her if she is comfortable talking to him from 'this distance', to which she replies "sure".

Then he moves into the audience and stands next to her and says, 'how about now'? She says, 'it's OK, I guess'. Then he says something like, 'how about if I put my hands around your neck and won't let go'? And then he goes on to say something like, "What if I knock you down and get on top of you — and I won't get up? (Again, I'm going by memory here).

When I read that, it felt really, really wrong, for a Christian setting, or for any setting for that matter. How does a Christian man think that example is honorable? I cannot imagine, as a man who respects women, using that as an example, ever. Not a chance.

Honestly, I was horrified to read that and at that point, I was done with the book.

I read that section to my wife and it was over. After that, there was absolutely no chance I could take the author's advice to heart and I certainly would not be using his words with my precious grandson.
Hellstaff
I have read MANY parenting books over the years and this is THE book. I would qualify it however with this is a tough mindset switch so be prepared. Christian parents, it is so worth it! I wish I'd had this book when my kids were little.