Training in Righteousness: Using Child Training Bible

The Problem:

I’ll be honest. The past couple of months have been tough. We’ve all had our challenges—the emotional, attitude kind. We haven’t had kind, loving thoughts toward one another, and our actions have followed suit. There have been too many sharp edges around here. It hurts, and I don’t like it. This has been compounded by the fact that for the past five weeks, one, some, or all of us have been sick.

I knew something had to change. And it is. A little bit at a time, I’m seeing a difference.

The Solution:

The answer is simple: God’s Word. I’ve finally begun using the Bible and prayer as the first places I turn when the girls and I are struggling. I am using the Bible as an active player in parenting my children. We do family devotions with my husband every night, and have read huge portions of Scripture together (a chapter at a time), but this is different. Using the Bible as a handbook for living isn’t new to me, and I certainly have used it this way with my children before, but in the past it took me a long time to look up appropriate Scriptures in a concordance, jot down references, look them up, and take them to my children to read and discuss. In the meantime, the kids were sitting in their rooms stewing, wondering what consequence I was plotting for them.

I don’t have to do that anymore. I received a Child Training Bible kit in my goody bag at The 2:1 Conference. After settling back in at home, I found a Bible no one was using that was the right size, purchased the needed office supplies, and decided to set it up.

It took about three hours, but by the time I got finished with the first side, I realized that God was already doing a work in my heart as I read and highlighted each verse.

By the time I completed the entire setup, my husband and I were both excited about having this resource for our family. We now have verses about twenty different things the Bible says should not be part of our lives already highlighted, with cards that list the verses (which are also tabbed), heart and gospel questions, and sample prayers from the Scriptures. In addition, there’s an entire section that shares Scriptures on the Gospel—the Good News—about God, Man, Jesus, and steps to take next. When I got finished, our Bible looked like this:

Now, when a heart issue arises that needs to be dealt with, I get our Child Training Bible out, find the topic we need to discuss, and begin reading Scriptures. I don’t have to lecture, nag, fuss, or yell. The Word of God does all the work. I’ve gone through two sections with my children recently. I read each Scripture to them and asked them questions to help them think about what the Bible says on that topic. I discussed the heart and gospel questions with them, and I prayed with them. Both times, long before I ever got to the heart and gospel questions (much less the prayer!), my girls had tears rolling down their cheeks as they realized how wrong their behavior was. I have ended up crying too because I am touched by their sensitive hearts and because I realize how far short I fall when it comes to living up to God’s standards.

Both times we have ended with prayer, each of us asking for forgiveness, praying for God to help us live the life His Word calls us to live so that others will see the difference in us so we can point them to Jesus and bring Him glory. We have prayed for our entire family, asking God to change each one of us and transform us into the image of Christ.

These have been precious times, so much more important than anything else we have done. This is parenting the way I’ve always wanted to parent: calm, gentle, with God’s Word and His love at the center. I’m so thankful that He provided the Child Training Bible as a tool to help me do that.

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NIV, emphasis added)

As you can tell by my LONG post (thanks for hanging in there!), I love Child Training Bible! They have graciously allowed me to give away one chart kit for one of you to use to put together a Child Training Bible for your family! To enter, please leave one comment telling me why you would like to win. All comments must be posted by 9:00 p.m. CDT on Friday, June 1, 2012. At that time, I will choose a winner with Random.org and will send a confirmation e-mail. The winner must respond and provide a mailing address within 48 hours, or I will choose another winner.

Update: If you’d like another chance to win, my friend Donna is hosting another giveaway for a Child Training Bible chart kit! Go over to her site and enter too!

For more information about Child Training Bible, visit www.ChildTrainingBible.com, or connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.

Disclosure: I received a free Child Training Bible chart kit as part of my swag from The 2:1 Conference. I volunteered to write a review and host a giveaway for CTB because I think it’s a great product. I received no further compensation for my review, although CTB will help me promote the review and giveaway.
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121 Responses to Training in Righteousness: Using Child Training Bible

  1. Heidi Sletmoe says:

    This is incredible! We have five children ages 13-4 years old and I prefer training with the Word. However, sometimes in the midst of things, my mind often goes blank and i cannot think where to look up what I want to read to them. I would love to have one of these kits to help with training my children!
    Thank you for posting about this, it is wonderful!
    Heidi

  2. Wow, this is an awesome product!! We’ve been having some snarkiness around this here place too. :P I would love to prep a Bible with these resources to have at the ready!

  3. Juliet reynolds says:

    What a beautiful idea!! I would love to win to put together for my daughter and her new family-grandson is 6 mos old. This will get him started right!

  4. Jenilee says:

    What a fun way to spend time in God’s Word together! I’d love this for our family!

  5. Oh so glad that this worked for you! I’ve heard great things about this Bible learning method… but have yet to try it. Wouldn’t mind winning and checking it out. We are reading through Psalms and using Apologia Worldview Series now. But am thinking about adding this as well. Keep me posted on how well it’s working! =)

  6. Tish Tillis says:

    I would love to win this kit because we too around here have too many rough edges that I don’t like either. I homeschool 3 of our 4 children and I’m pregnant with a 5th and we all are in need of divine inspiration. I have been I’ll this entire pregnancy and this would bring tremendous hope to our home.

  7. Cheryl P. says:

    I would love to win one of these. We have 6 children and desire to have any easy reference to help us be better parents.

  8. Brooke says:

    I have a 5, 4, and 2 year old. I have been yelling way too much lately and am so aware of our need for God’s word in these situations. This tool looks amazing. I love that in stressful situations, the work has already been done and all we have to do is open to the appropriate page and read. Thank you for your review!

  9. Natasha says:

    It is amazing what God’s Word can do! I’ve found myself worn out lately and, because of this, very irritable and short with my children. I would love the resource of being able to turn to scripture quickly to resolve an issue to save us all from the nasty feeling that comes after mommy gets upset.

  10. Caroline @ The Modest Mom says:

    I would love to win as we have 5 children 8 and under, so discipline happens daily around here. :) It is my goal to always point them to the word of God, but this would really help do that!

  11. Lexi says:

    Oh, my, could we use this around here. To be perfectly honest, there’s been a lot of tantrums lately, and a few have been my own!

  12. Tina says:

    Oh I would love to win this! With 4 littles ages 2 months up to 7 yrs, I think this is really needed in my house. I struggle to handle all the issues the arise with the kids in a way that is God honoring sometimes and Im sure this would help.

  13. Marie S says:

    Would love to have easy references directly from the Bible right at my fingertips to teach my children.

  14. DeeDee Shirley says:

    I too find that we go through spells of just having a bad attitude all around and it affects the way we treat each other. I love the way you are going straight to the scripture. I would love to win this and be able to try it out.

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  16. Karen says:

    We have two children who are adopted from China. We are trying to raise them in the sprit of adoption modeled by our Heavenly Father.

  17. Looks like a great resource for dealing with heart issues with God’s Word.

  18. Robin says:

    This looks awesome, Jennifer! What an excellent tool to use in your home. I struggle to find a consistent method of teaching the girls the Bible. Definitely an area I need to focus on.

  19. Stephanie James says:

    Hello! I would like to win because my son does not have a Bible like this. What a wonderful legacy that as I raise him, to show him from the very beginning how to really use the bible as a study tool; not just to bring to church and open scriptures. When I was young, this was how I learned to love the Bible – by having a tool that really allowed me to dig in! I haven’t seen a Bible like this in a very long time. Thank you for the opportunity.

  20. ~Kris Joslyn says:

    This is great! I would love to win this! there have been often times I’ve wanted to find a bible verse on varying issues, and by the time I’ve found – the kids are long gone and why we need the verse is but a distance memory. This would be a very useful tool for our bible with our 3 children (ages 13 1/2, and 9 and 6)

  21. Beth says:

    Thank you for sharing this information! Whether or not I win it, I am very interested in getting this kit. What an awesome resource for parenting!

  22. Jen H says:

    Wow! Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I’ve been looking for something similar to this and didn’t even know this existed. What a HUGE blessing this is to our family. My husband and I, who are still relatively new in our walk, would benefit from this in raising our children. With 3 kids under 4, every day is a struggle. We’re always looking for relevant scriptures. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win this and thank you for the information! What a blessing this will be to so many families like ours!

  23. Paula Crain says:

    Wow, I would love to win this for our family! Awesome giveaway!

  24. Kristin says:

    I’ve been hearing such great things!

  25. Rhonda L says:

    I would love to win this for our family!!! We will soon have our fourth child and will be starting to homeschool the older ones. What a great tool this would be!

  26. Kelly says:

    What a touching review based on your experience with using the CTB! That is exactly what I am needing for our family! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  27. Dana@homemadebest dot wordpress dot com says:

    Wow! That is such a great idea. I totally agree that this is a much better way to deal with our issues when they come up. It takes time to look up scriptures. To be able to stop and go straight to the word without delay is incredible. I would love to have the same thing at home. Thank you for sharing!

  28. I would LOVE to win this for my 8.5 year old daughter. She loves the Lord and is constantly wanting to know where all the ‘rules’ are for everything because she is Autistic. This would be a wonderful tool for her to look up those ‘rules’ when she is experiencing anger, disobedience, fear, needing to be more thankful, joy, etc. She’s a stickler for the rules and this would be such an easy way for her to find them!! OH!! I hope we win!! ~ Annie E.

  29. Caterina Mangano says:

    I think that this is the best tool and making it available right at our fingertips helps to keep things consistent.
    Thanks for the chance to win,
    Caterina

  30. Sara mills says:

    Love hearing your testimony. As you know there is 5 years difference between my kids. So being at different stages of life is sometimes a challenge but I see this tool as a way to bridge the gap between them.

  31. Stacey Way says:

    One of the hardest books for me to teach. I could use some help!!!

  32. Oooh, I feel your pain. We struggle with attitudes and nastiness here lately (and sickness, too!), and I don’t like it AT ALL.

    I love the idea of the CTB…..being able to turn directly to God’s Word to diffuse a situation and to teach them WHY they shouldn’t act out in anger, etc….

    Thanks so much for this opportunity!

  33. Heather Mason says:

    This is a great idea. I would love to use this with my children. They are 15 and 9. My daughter, being the teen here, and I have been butting heads lately. She seems to be going through a stage of thinking she knows everything and we (her parents) know nothing. She loves to read her Bible and I think this would be a wonderful way for us to come together. When I am able to show her the scriptural reason for our decisions it is such a blessing.

  34. Addie Jane says:

    It will be a wonderful tool for me to learn from while teaching my boys how to live by the Word.

  35. BARBARA PARRIS says:

    I have been praying that my 4 children {ages 2-7} would see Christ in me & not the stinky-flesh me. I’ve also been praying that they would have a love for God’s word & have wisdom beyond their years when it comes to the things of God. What a great tool this would be to combine my prayer request into a tangible image for them.

  36. Cheryl Higdon says:

    This sounds wonderful! I homeschool all three of our children, and we have really felt the attacks of Satan lately. Our children are 11, 9, and nearly 7. The two oldest are boys who bicker constantly, and I resort to yelling and sending them to separate rooms. Our family is in transition right now, with our living situation, and dealing with some serious financial hurdles, due to purchasing a travel trailer to live in, not knowing it needed serious repairs. We do not know what the Lord is doing right now, but we are trying to learn our lessons quickly so we can get past this stage in our life. The kids are not adjusting well to temporary living quarters, and truth be told, I am not sure I am either. I think this would be a wonderful tool to use and give me more direction, instead of just flipping through the Bible trying to find an applicable verse. This would most definitely be used in our home, if we were to win. Thanks for the opportunity, and God bless!

  37. Kelli says:

    I have heard wonderful things from other people about this method. I have wanted to check it out for a while now. I would love to win this.

  38. Becky Milstead says:

    This sounds like the perfect addition for us. We already try to use scripture when we have problems with our kiddos but sometimes I’m not sure where to look.

  39. Lisa says:

    Why do I want this? Well, I have 5 kids with the oldest being 8. Enough said right? Well, I’m not exactly consistent with my discipline. I get so tired of spanking, time-out, and all the other things that don’t seem to make a dent. I have used proverbs for parenting and it was helping, but for some reason, I have left it and moved on to my current (un-effective) approach. This sounds like just what I need to get back to where I need to be! Thanks for the chance to win one!

  40. Michelle says:

    I would love to win because I can never think of applicable verses when I’m helping my kids apply God’s word to our daily lives.

  41. Danya D Maika says:

    I would love to win this just because it will help me how to raise my kids in the fear of the Lord in every area of their lives. We homeschool and I am learning how to teach my kids and discipline them to know that whatever they do is to bring joy to God’s heart so they have to live according to His word, so this will help me to have the right scripture every time. :)

  42. Evelyn says:

    What an amazing resource to have on hand when we feel we are at the end of our rope and want to give up. I have 5 daughters who I homeschool which means we are together 24/7. What an amazing resource to be able to kick bad attitudes in the butt as soon as they happen and not let bad behaviour continue. Instead of getting upset I would have a quick resource to show the kids how their behaviour is wrong.

  43. Whitney says:

    I would love to incorporate this into our daily homeschool classroom, as well as just our daily life. I believe our entire family would benefit from the Child Training Bible Kit!
    whitlav@gmail.com

  44. Gina Stewart says:

    This looks like an incredible resource. I was really touched by your struggles and how you referred to them as sharp edges….that sums up what’s been going on around here, also! I would love to have this wonderful tool to remedy the problems that daily challenge us as moms. I have 6 children and I would put this kit to very good use, I assure you! God Bless!

  45. Allison says:

    What a great resource! I’m the kind of person that LOVES organization and structure, able to pull something out right away to use when needed. This would be perfect for my husband and I to use to raise Godly children the right way. I need the guidance!

  46. It looks like such a great teaching tool.

  47. kelli- AdventurezInChildRearing says:

    Oh girl! I’ve been wanting one of these – great review- now I want it even more! praying to win ;) (is that cheating?) lol

  48. I’ve been looking at this for awhile now. I’ve been waiting to buy it. I actually have all the supplies to make it already … post tabs, sharpie high lighters, the Bible. I just need to purchase the actual training materials! I was kinda waiting for a pdf download. It would be a huge blessing to win this, especially since I’m all ready to put it together! I’m most excited about the gospel verses section to share with my little ones who haven’t made a decison for Christ yet!

  49. Amy B says:

    A friend of mine shared this with me and it looks amazing. I think everyone in our family would benefit from this (mom and dad included!). Please consider me for your giveaway…it would really bless us!

  50. Jennifer O says:

    We are teaching our daughters how to read and memorize Scripture. I would love for the memorization to be more focused on a topic and not just out of the current reading we’re doing. I’ve seen the CTB elsewhere and have heard many positive reviews.

  51. amanda owenby says:

    Would love to have a resource like this to refer back to when training my children in His word. We are needing something topical to ensure that my children know God is meeting their needs when they need him to, on issues that are relevant to them.

  52. Tara Dills says:

    I found this kit couple months ago. I so would love to have it as part of our daily lives. I did not grow up in the Bible, at times it is hard for me to find verses to use. This would be a awesome tool

  53. Sharon Reeves says:

    I would love to get this for our 2 children ages 7 & 4. I’m terrible at remembering to incorporate what the Bible says in our discipline discussions. I’m sure that my husband and I would benefit from reading these verses and our children as well. God is so good!

  54. Amazing review. :) You make it sound so simple and doable…and it is because God’s way is THE only way. Thank you for sharing from the heart. :) Hugs!

    I would love to win this so that we can get back on track as a family, and so that hubby and I can train our son in the ways of the Lord. Our life has been turned upside down the past two years, and we know that we must go on despite our loss. This would be such a blessing! Thank you. :)

  55. Jessica says:

    Thank you so much for the honest review and the chance to win. I am excited at trying to implement this for my sake as well as my children’s. Being in the word like this will train all our hearts as we deal with correction.

  56. Holly says:

    I would love to use this as part of our hs day. I’m always looking for a good way to share God’s Word with my kids and to be able to pick a color – pick a topic and see what the Bible has to say is such a great idea.

  57. Kim says:

    I think this would be a great tool to help teach my children the Word of God and how it is applicable to all of life.

  58. Amy Blevins says:

    I would love to be able to use this instead of nagging or repeating the same thing over and over. I have For Instruction in Righteousness, but it sits upstairs on the shelf and doesn’t get used much. This sounds like it would fit my personality better.

  59. Heidi Marshall says:

    I did not learn Bible verses when I was a kid so when I am trying to tell the kids what the Bible says about things I don’t know where to find it. This would be so helpful with my 5 children

  60. Candice says:

    This sounds like what I’ve been searching for to help with our attitudes!

  61. Hope J. says:

    We have three children and this would be such a wonderful help in raising them!

  62. Daphne says:

    I would love to win this to share with a friend (I’ve already ordered one for our family)! Thank you & God Bless!! :-D

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  64. Anne George says:

    I feel like coming across your website and this post in particular to be a true Godsend. I am a new homeschooling mom to two, soon to be three, boys with my oldest having some special needs. It is definitely a daunting new position to be in (my oldest is 9 years old, while my other son is 3 and my baby boy is due next month) as we’ve had our oldest child in public school for most of his elementary years. I feel likewe need some way to get more of God’s word in our daily lives in a kid friendly way. At present we read from the Bible usually before bed, but to be able to organize and then choose verses appropriate to things that are going on in our family just sounds amazing! I would love an opportunity to have a kit like this for my family.

  65. I would love to use this for my daughter. She has such a growing hunger for God’s Word.

  66. Ronica case says:

    I have a 4 and 1 yr old and sometimes I feel like I am missing something heartwise with the older one. I would love to have this resource

  67. Tami Lewis says:

    i want to win because i feel i am losing my way recently and i need help!

  68. Aleena Grosjean says:

    I have four boys ages 7, 5 1/2, 3, and 14 months and I want to raise them to be Godly young men. This would be a great tool to use with them and I would LOVE to win. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  70. Melissa says:

    In this season of craziness it’d be so nice to have an easy reference point to turn to when I need it-which is all the time!

  71. Amylynn H says:

    This is such a wonderful idea! I would love to use this tool with my 2 boys. I have a hard time locating needed Scriptures, so this would be very useful.

  72. Pat says:

    This would be excellent tool to use with my super logical boys.

  73. Reva says:

    This product looks amazing. What a wonderful way to guide your children to biblical ways by actually going to the Bible. It would be so much more effective than mom saying, “Do unto others as you would have them do to you.” but instead say “come here, let’s see what the Bible says about how you should treat others.”

  74. Jenny Anne says:

    With 4 kiddos, I think this would be a great time saving resource to use when those little issues arise that need Biblical counsel. My daughters usually heed admonishment from the Bible so this would help me and I would have no excuse!

  75. Elizabeth B says:

    This would be a great resource for our family and would save us so much time going through a concordance for topical verses. We recently have been memorizing verses with our little ones and then refreshing their memory when disciplining/training them. This would help us in our memorization and training! We would really appreciate this chart!

  76. We are starting homeschooling for the first time and I would like this to be the mainstay of our curriculum!

  77. Serena says:

    I would love to win this. I think it would be a great teaching tool for me and my boys.

  78. Cassie says:

    This would be oh so awesome to win. Thank you so much for the offer!! :)

  79. Beth says:

    I would love to win this, it is really needed in our family. Im sure it would be great for all families! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  81. Heather Lowe says:

    I would love to win this because I think it is so necessary to have biblical truth references to go to whenever an issue arises. I would love to be able to show my child exactly what the Bible says about each particular issue, thanks.

  82. I would love to win this! To teach my younger children an easier way to find things in our Bible! kevinkaylaarrowood123 at yahoo dot com

  83. Michelle T says:

    Would love to win this- I have several friends who have one & love it! I am a homeschooling mom & could use this handy resource to deal with issues throughout our day!

  84. Christi A. says:

    I have 2 kiddos and would love them to see the word instead of just hearing mommy saying “in the bible, it says..” lol I’d love to win one! thanks!

  85. Free Learning Life says:

    I need one of these! Seriously! I have a little topical Bible book I use often but it isn’t geared toward kids issues, I mean my 5 year old isn’t dealing with financial struggles. :) I’d love to win this!

  86. Andrea C. says:

    What could be better than using the Bible for teaching? I love the simplicity of having everything marked! Hope I win!

  87. Laura says:

    I have been looking for something like this so that my kids don’t think I’m just making up rules, but that it’s God’s way and life works best when we live His way. Over the past couple of months God’s been laying on my heart to be a better discipler of my children, to be a better steward of the time I have with them. I can’t think of a better resource than this one. I would love to have the kit and set up my own Child Training Bible.

  88. Cora says:

    I’d love this for my daughter who recently said she wants to read the Bible on her own!!!

  89. Mandy Nelson says:

    This looks like the perfect tool to teach my children WHY we discipline the way we do. It’s not because Mommy & Daddy are tyrants and want to stop all the fun, but because actions have consequences and GOD tells us how to behave through His Word. I want our children to always rely on Scripture to lead them through life.

  90. Michelle G says:

    I’m looking for a great way to teach my children how to study their bibles. I would love to win this!

  91. Dawn says:

    I did not grow up in a Christian home. So I often struggle with how to parent in a manner that God would want. A resource like this would be an awesome help.

  92. Shana Putnam says:

    My son is almost 5 and we have been struggling with his behavior lately. I would love a Godly answer to the issues we face. It can be so hard to know where to go for what each issue is and my memory is not great so this would be a huge help for me.

  93. Rebecca says:

    I have been searching for & praying to find a great way to introduce my child to the scriptures & this seems to be the answer!!! I hope I win, oh I hope I win!!!!

  94. Tyra says:

    I have been looking at these for the past couple months now and would love to get a kit to use! It looks like an awesome resource to have for kids, especially when dealing with those bad attitudes you mentioned. (which have been at an all-time high around our house lately too, unfortunately) Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  95. Heather McMurphy says:

    I would love to win this to teach my 6 year old daughter the fundamental principles that grow and lead her through life. Not only that but it will also help me to be a better wife, mother and friend

  96. Laura Wright says:

    My husband and I would love to use this kit to make help us establish a family practice of always turning to God’s word to help us decide what we should or shouldn’t do. We want very much to “train up our children” with a firm foundation and knowledge of the Bible.

  97. Kala says:

    I have been eyeing this for a while!! This would be such a great resource not only for my kids but for me too!!

  98. Allison says:

    I am new to being a Christian and my kids have been attending church longer than I have, so while I am building up my arsenal of scripture for when they are misbehaving, this would be so handy!

  99. Cheryl P. says:

    I would so love to win this to use it with my children. Thanks for the chance.

  100. Gina says:

    I have a 7, 5, and 3 year old and would love this resource. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. We so need to get God’s word into hearts and not just be so focused on behavior!

  101. Shelly Hunter says:

    I am going to homeschool my girls next year this is our first year. There seem to be lots of extra expenses the first year, so winning a set of the CTB would be AWESOME since I’m planning on needing one for each of them. Thanks for this giveaway!!!!

  102. Csilla says:

    I would love to be the lucky winner!

  103. Pei says:

    This will be a great tool to remind all of us to get into Bible treading.

  104. Lisa E. says:

    I would love to have this type of resource for our family. My children are 14, 10, and 5 and this would be perfect to help “train them up in the way they should go”.

  105. Kelly says:

    I would love to win this for my children. My oldest has really been asking about heaven and his great-grandparents who are there now. I would also love to have the opportunity to spread the word about this awesome tool through my blog. I’m currently in a bible study with a great group of girls and would love to start one with my kiddos.

  106. Kelly Watson says:

    I would LOVE to win! I am a pastor’s wife with 2 young children. While I rely on the scriptures to get me through the day, having a super quick reference would be great for when the kids are say….about to kill each other over the remote. ;-)

  107. Karen Shively says:

    This looks and sounds like a great tool, that would be very useful!

  108. Darlene says:

    Thank you for this give away and review. I look forward to using this with my kids!

  109. Courtney says:

    Your review was wonderful. I just stumbled upon a blog post yesterday introducing me to this ctb. I am so excited to get started, especially with summer here. Just like you said, it will enable me to parent the way I always wanted to.!

  110. Patricia says:

    What a great resource to show our young family that my husband and I do not simply make up guidelines, but rather, our guide for living comes from Him!

  111. Jessica says:

    I would love to win this! With two toddlers in the house right now, I need to be able to give scriptures right away or else the issue is forgotten already. This would be the perfect tool to help me do that!

  112. Lindsey says:

    I think this is a fabulous resource! I’d love to explore this with my 11 year old “tween” daughter who is going through a challenging time.

    Thanks!
    Lindsey

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  114. amy says:

    this sounds like an awesome resource!! I only wish i had come across this in time to enter your giveaway.

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