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Parenting Your Infant/Toddler by the Spirit



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By Sally Hohnberger

ISBN: 081632283X | 240 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2008

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Now that I'm a parent, where do I start?

There is nothing quite like the feeling of looking into the yes of your newborn for the first time! The wonder of creation mixed with the sense of opening a fresh page of life fills you with awe. What kind of story will this child write? Will she know and love God? Will he leave the world a better place? Can parents make a difference so early in life?

Sally Hohnberger answers with a resounding "Yes." Contrary to many modern ideas, there is much parents can do to mold the future of their little ones. Satan would have you delay the work of character development until he has written his signature on the page of their thoughts, feelings, and responses. But he need not succeed! You can lay the solid foundation of an upright character in the heart of your infant and toddler. How? Through parenting by the Spirit!

Parenting Your Infant/Toddler by the Spirit is the second in Sally's Parenting by the spirit series of four books. Building on the foundation of a personal walk with God, Sally explores the various facets and frustrations of parenting infants and toddlers. Using numerous examples from her own experience as a mother, grandmother, friend, and counselor, Sally illustrates how to positively direct the hearts of you little ones. God is real. He is there for you, and He can touch the heart of your infant and toddler through you.

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Now that I'm a parent, where do I start?

There is nothing quite like the feeling of looking into the yes of your newborn for the first time! The wonder of creation mixed with the sense of opening a fresh page of life fills you with awe. What kind of story will this child write? Will she know and love God? Will he leave the world a better place? Can parents make a difference so early in life?

Sally Hohnberger answers with a resounding "Yes." Contrary to many modern ideas, there is much parents can do to mold the future of their little ones. Satan would have you delay the work of character development until he has written his signature on the page of their thoughts, feelings, and responses. But he need not succeed! You can lay the solid foundation of an upright character in the heart of your infant and toddler. How? Through parenting by the Spirit!

Parenting Your Infant/Toddler by the Spirit is the second in Sally's Parenting by the spirit series of four books. Building on the foundation of a personal walk with God, Sally explores the various facets and frustrations of parenting infants and toddlers. Using numerous examples from her own experience as a mother, grandmother, friend, and counselor, Sally illustrates how to positively direct the hearts of you little ones. God is real. He is there for you, and He can touch the heart of your infant and toddler through you.
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Sally Hohnberger


Sally Hohnberger is a nurse by profession, a servant by personality, who was called home by the unction of the Holy Spirit to be a wife, mother, and housekeeper instead. As a conscientious Christian mother she found she fell far short of her high aspirations. It was easier to be a nurse than a mother, wife and housekeeper, she discovered. God led Sally to take drastic measures of moving from Wisconsin to the wilderness mountains of Montana to find a closer, more personal walk with God in order to discover the success she was missing.

In the mountain setting of Montana, time with God and her family, God became increasingly more real and empowered her to become all she desired to be and more. Facing her personal weaknesses through faith in Christ, she grew out of her fears, inadequacies, and unworthy attitudes about herself into freedom in Christ. Facing her marriage challenges through communion with Jesus, even greater freedoms occurred and her marriage went from mundane to extraordinary. Learning to let Jesus be her Pilot as a parent brought outstanding results and further changes in her character as well as her children’s.

In Christ not in Self she discovered many secrets to success over the past twenty years. God has put in her heart a desire to help others through sharing these secrets in the pulpit and the written word through the practical application rather than theoretical knowledge alone.