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Giveaway: The Love Dare for Parents


 Special Independence Day Weekend Celebration Giveaway!!The Love Dare for Parents

We’re giving away 2 copies of “The Love Dare for Parents“!

From the authors of international best-selling marriage book The Love Dare comes The Love Dare for Parents, a 40-day journey of “dares” challenging one or both parents to understand, practice, and communicate Christ-like love to their children.

Easy to read and work into a busy schedule, “The Love Dare for Parents” is designed to “turn the hearts of parents to their children and turn the hearts of children to their parents” (Malachi 4:6) so that moms and dads can more fully enjoy and delight in their children while maximizing the positive impact they have on their lives long term.

Each day brings a promising key verse from Scripture, a biblical principle about love that applies to parenting, a specific challenge the parent does for the sake of their child, and space to journal thoughts and reflect on what happened that day.

“The Love Dare for Parents” even includes access to a FREE online parenting assessment, helpfully keyed to select material in the book.
Parents, take the dare!

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  1. Time and patience are my biggest challenge. I always be sure to let know how much I love them.

  2. Ruth says:

    I’d love to read this book. Crossing my fingers to win a copy.

  3. The biggest challenge for me is not getting upset when they do things that are not right. With my younger children (12, 10, 7) we have raised them in a Christ centered home so things are not bad but with our older children (they are all in there 20s) we didn’t raise them completely in a Christ centered home so when they do the things that we have taught them that isn’t right it hurts.

  4. Lori S says:

    My biggest challenges are selfishness and self-control. It seems like when I’m frustrated with them, it is usually because whatever I’m doing is being interrupted. And then just controlling that frustration…

  5. It is hard to exercise patience and sometimes even to be compassionate with my children. Each day is a new day and I am grateful that His mercies are new every morning.

  6. Ariane says:

    I’m having a hard time with patience and spending quality time with them. We can all be home but it seems like everyone is doing their own thing…

  7. Lorie K says:

    My biggest challenge comes from my daughter’s trauma history and mental health issues plus the fact that we have two totally different personalities and temperaments. I have trouble figuring out where she’s coming from in any given conversation which makes it difficult to put on the right “mom hat.”

  8. I want to teach them the importance of relationships. I want to learn to be the parent God designed me to be….

  9. Brandi S says:

    My husband expects them to be completely obedient and never make mistakes. They are only 3,4, and 5.

  10. Beverly says:

    Both my “children” are in their 20’s, the years they are most vulnerable to outside influences, with freedom but not as much responsibility as they could have. I tell them I love them coming and going, whether they are listening or responding or not. They need a good foundation, to know I will always listen to them, and will always love them no matter what!

  11. Linda Akin says:

    The biggest challenge for me showing Christ like love is the idea of understanding we are not perfect. I expect so much from my daughter, not because she does wrong, but because I do not want her to make her life more difficult than it needs to be.

  12. This book would be such a blessing to our family. I didn’t even know ther was a parenting version!

  13. tg barnes says:

    Teaching patience to elementary age child in a society that wants everything
    quick, fast, and in a hurry.

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