Have you ever wished for a parenting manual?
A book that helps you interpret your baby’s cries.
Or perhaps one that aids you in handling your demanding toddler’s picky palate.
And maybe even one that guides you through the ebbs and flows of the preteen years.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a book that gives the instruction parents crave?
I’m at Intoxicated on Life today, sharing about how I’ve adopted the very best parenting Manual as my own guidebook – and how you can, too.
Here’s an excerpt:
There’s definitely a learning curve when it comes to the physical care of children. But what was even more sobering for me as a new mom was the realization that I was responsible for the spiritual care of this tiny, cherished bundle. While the decision to trust in Jesus would belong to her, the duty to point her toward Him was mine.
And that scared me to death.
Thankfully, God has made good on His promise of enough grace (2 Corinthians 12:9) for more than twelve years now. And one of His many gracious acts toward me was redirecting my gaze back to Him. Toward His complete provision for me, and for my little girl and her two siblings to follow. Toward His Spirit living within me, empowering me and equipping me, and toward His Word, informing me and inspiring me.
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