School-Age Children

School-Age Children

Find the perfect books, magazines, and broadcasts for school-age Christian Children kids aged 6-17. 
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  1. Gist: The Essence of Raising Life-Ready Kids (2019)

    Michael W. Anderson and Timothy D. Johanson

    $17.99

    Gist offers a fresh look at parenting that's effective, efficient, and enjoyable. The focus is on instilling "life readiness" in age-appropriate ways at any stage of child-rearing. Parents who read this book will understand why their previous parenting efforts may have been frustrating and futile, and they'll learn how to prepare "life-ready" kids with less drama and more joy. This is the latest edition with updated content.

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  2. $15.99
    Parenting Is Hard and Then You Die provides a biblical and comprehensive strategy for raising healthy kids in a world that is morally bankrupt, spiritually desolate, and increasingly dangerous. Learn More
  3. $15.99

    The statistics are sobering: between 80 and 90 percent of kids who have grown up in the church are leaving the church after age eighteen. Children slipping away into a culture that tells them the Bible isn't true, sin is no big deal, God isn't real, or there are many ways to get into heaven. Whether parents may blame themselves or the culture, the result is the same: lost souls.

    But our God specializes in lost souls and the gospel is as powerful as it ever was. With wisdom that comes from personal experience, Jim Putman and his father, Bill Putman, offer brokenhearted parents and loved ones hope for their prodigals.

    A prodigal son himself, Jim has also found himself in the role of the prodigal's father when his own son rejected the faith. This family's powerful story of restoration, along with solid biblical truths and practical advice, will inspire, motivate, and equip readers to go after their lost sheep with acts of love and service.

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  4. $24.99

    No matter how good their intentions, all parents at times resort to quick-fix parenting: things we do to stop a kid's negative or annoying behavior. Quick-fix parenting may temporarily ease a parent's stress level, but it does little to positively impact a child's future.

    Quick-fix parenting is a terrible long-term strategy for parenting. Intentional parenting is the opposite of quick-fix parenting. Intentional parenting is a way to raise children to become healthy, independent young adults. It's based on solid principles which, applied over time, actually result in less-stressed parents and happier, better-adjusted, and more successful kids.

    Intentional parenting means you've got more than good intentions; you've got a plan. (And it's always better to have a plan for dealing with the stuff that inevitably crops up between parents and their kids than it is to wing it.)

    In Intentional Parenting: 10 Ways to be an Exceptional Parent in a Quick-Fix World, Doug and Cathy Fields draw on their own extended experience with young people and as parents to guide you through 10 specific actions that will help you become a more effective parent. A great resource for individuals, couples, and small groups, this interactive workbook comes with a free code to stream 10 video sessions, plus a small group discussion guide.

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  5. $19.00
    Middle-schoolers experience turning points every day as their bodies change, friendships broaden, worldviews are expanded, and boundaries are challenged. How do moms and dads help? Active parenting is the best chance for your child to succeed in school... Learn More
  6. Middle School: The Inside Story

    Cynthia Ulrich Tobias

    $14.99
    Remember middle school Many parents would rather not. It's often a rough ride, filled with insecurity, peer pressure, awkwardness, and world-rocking change. This book provides practical, hands-on advice for helping your child through this minefield--w... Learn More
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    In Keeping Your Kids on God's Side, you'll find 40 of the most common challenges kids face--along with clear, easy-to-understand responses you can discuss together. This book will help you encourage open dialogue on issues your kids might hesitate to... Learn More
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    On the day of their baby dedication, Eryn and her husband were given a jar of 936 pennies. The jar contained a penny for every week they would raise their child until graduation, and they were instructed to remove one penny each Sunday as a reminder, placing it into another jar as an investment.

    At some point every parent realizes time is moving swiftly, and they ask themselves, How am I investing in my child? Through personal stories and biblical examples, 936 Pennies will help you discover how to capture time and use it to its fullest potential, replacing guilt and regrets with freedom. Meanwhile, your kids will see how simple choices, like putting the cell phone down and going on a family hike, will make all the difference. Together you will stretch time and make it richer.

    Craft a family legacy in tune with God's heartbeat as you capture a new vision for your children and learn the best ways to spend your pennies.

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  9. $11.99

    It's never too early to give young boys a resource that will help them learn the skills for making right choices in life. "A Boy's Guide to Making Really Good Choices" is designed to help boys ages 8-12 learn how to think through their options, re... Learn More

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    You know the feeling. You got frustrated, desperate, or overwhelmed and you reacted before you could think it through. Whether it's bribery, yelling, counting to three, or threats of punishment you didn't mean to make, reacting never feels good. But if you can learn to act with intentionality, you'll feel proud of your parenting and be amazed at the results.

    Dr. Kathy Koch will teach you proven strategies for training your child's heart and parenting in a way that honors God. She'll help you move your child from, "I can't, I won't," to "I can, I will, and I did." And once you've put these motivation strategies in place there's no more need to nag, you'll be astounded by what your kids will do without being asked. After a little hard work up front, you'll enjoy your kids, your life, and yourself much more.

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