Recipes for a Sweet Child: Creative, Bible-Based Activities to Help Your Family Thrive (Paperback)
Practical Help for the Overwhelmed Mom Searching for answers to your toughest parenting problems, like how to turn your children's grumbling into gratitude? Are you trying to navigate ongoing issues like sibling rivalry, tattling, unforgiveness, peer pressure, or bullying? Author Katie J. Trent combines her counseling and ministry expertise with her own parenting experiences to provide you with a creative guide to work past challenging childhood issues in a winsome way. Recipes for a Sweet Child will help you:
- Teach your kids, from toddlers to teens, how to apply biblical wisdom in any situation.
- Gain invaluable insights to help your kids overcome thirty-six of the most pressing emotional, behavioral, and relational battles that they face.
- Discover simple tools to bring peace and joy into your home with easy, interactive activities and Bible lessons.
- Engage the whole family in fun games and in-depth conversations.
- Build kindness and character in your children so that they become the young ladies and gentlemen God wants them to be.
- Enjoy making delicious recipes with your kids. Full-color photos are included.
Katie J. Trent, LCSW, is a leader in the Christian homeschool community. She has over a decade of experience in counseling children, teens, and families, having served as clinical director of two mental health agencies and as an elementary school counselor before transitioning to homeschooling and writing. Along with her husband James, Katie also has more than twelve years of ministry and church planting experience. In addition to Recipes for a Sweet Child, she also authored Dishing Up Devotions: 36 Faith-Building Activities for Homeschooling Families. Through writing, blogging, and speaking, Katie loves to inspire women to grow their faith, strengthen their families, and simplify their homeschool journeys. She has been a featured speaker at many homeschool conferences and has written for the Upper Room, Crosswalk, The Christian Journal magazine, homeschooling and parenting blogs, and other ventures. Katie received her B.A. in social work from Boise State University and her master's in social work from Northwest Nazarene University. She and James have a daughter and son, Kendra and Jordan. Connect with Katie at KatieJTrent.com for more resources to help you put the fun back into the fundamentals of family discipleship.