• Title: God at the Kitchen Table: Teaching Your Religious and Moral Beliefs to Your Children
  • Author: Scott Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780609809181
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • God at the Kitchen Table Teaching Your Religious and Moral Beliefs to Your Children Parents want their kids to grow up with a powerful sense of right and wrong And recent Gallup polls confirm that most Americans would like their children to receive religious instruction ideally at h
    Parents want their kids to grow up with a powerful sense of right and wrong And recent Gallup polls confirm that most Americans would like their children to receive religious instruction ideally, at home Good intentions aside, many parents have trouble making time and getting started God at the Kitchen Table offers the guidance they need Its practical suggestions anParents want their kids to grow up with a powerful sense of right and wrong And recent Gallup polls confirm that most Americans would like their children to receive religious instruction ideally, at home Good intentions aside, many parents have trouble making time and getting started God at the Kitchen Table offers the guidance they need Its practical suggestions and numerous resources books, movies, and websites help parents weave spirituality and God consciousness into their hectic home life through discussions, readings, outings, prayers, service projects, and .In this deeply personal book, Scott Cooper, author of Sticks and Stones 7 Ways Your Child Can Deal with Teasing, Conflict, and Other Hard Times, provides sample scripts for teaching essential virtues and discussing thorny religious issues It also addresses complicated questions such as What should we say if my spouse and I have different beliefs How can we explain conflicts between religion and science How can we teach about God if we don t go to church

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