1.800.765.6955
  •   Shopping Bag
    My Cart (0)

    Close Recently added item(s)

    You have no items in your shopping bag.

  • 0 items
    in your bag

Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit



SKU# 0816321620

By Sally Hohnberger

ISBN: 0816321620 | 224 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2006

Price: $15.99

Special Price: $6.97

Paperback Book Purchase  
 

This product qualifies towards the free shipping offer.

View FileRead First Chapter

Quick Overview

“Help! I’m the parent of a teenager!”

Help is on the way. Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit is the third of a four-book series on parenting by Sally Hohnberger. Sally urges parents and others who have contact with teens to motivate them to reach out to Christ in a personal way. By befriending teens and listening to their dreams, you can encourage them to develop their talents and to learn new skills that will be useful in their adult lives.

“Young adults at age fourteen, fifteen and upward are learning the ‘art of flying.’ These early lessons under our watchful care and Spirit-directed encouragement are essential prerequisites to proper independence. . . . As we come into a healthy, heart relationship with our youth, instructing them in the way to go, in an attractive manner, we make God real, personal and attractive,” Sally says.

But it is not enough for your teens to know that Jesus is with them. They must know that Jesus is in them enabling changes in their outlook, desires and character. The only thing preventing any of us from spiritual growth and overcoming is our own choice every minute.

By the age of thirteen a youth should:

1. be well-versed in Scripture;
2. know the voice of God as distinguished from the voice of his flesh;
3. have a meaningful and regular personal time with God.

The good news is it’s never too late to begin. Commit your life to the Lord today, and show and tell your teens how much you and God love them.

Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit

Alternate Images

  • Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit
MORE FROM SALLY HOHNBERGER:
“Help! I’m the parent of a teenager!”

Help is on the way. Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit is the third of a four-book series on parenting by Sally Hohnberger. Sally urges parents and others who have contact with teens to motivate them to reach out to Christ in a personal way. By befriending teens and listening to their dreams, you can encourage them to develop their talents and to learn new skills that will be useful in their adult lives.

“Young adults at age fourteen, fifteen and upward are learning the ‘art of flying.’ These early lessons under our watchful care and Spirit-directed encouragement are essential prerequisites to proper independence. . . . As we come into a healthy, heart relationship with our youth, instructing them in the way to go, in an attractive manner, we make God real, personal and attractive,” Sally says.

But it is not enough for your teens to know that Jesus is with them. They must know that Jesus is in them enabling changes in their outlook, desires and character. The only thing preventing any of us from spiritual growth and overcoming is our own choice every minute.

By the age of thirteen a youth should:

1. be well-versed in Scripture;
2. know the voice of God as distinguished from the voice of his flesh;
3. have a meaningful and regular personal time with God.

The good news is it’s never too late to begin. Commit your life to the Lord today, and show and tell your teens how much you and God love them.
No Media Mail No
Author Display Line No
Discount 40
lcby PPPA
lcdate 2/8/2012 2:52:26 PM
Item Format Paperback Book
Item Format SPN No
Pages 224
Author Sally Hohnberger
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Language ENG
Book Group TRA
Title Alpha Parenting Your Teen By the Spirit
Title Catalog Parenting Your Teen by the Spirit
Catalog Name trade women
Author Code 1980
Endorsements No
Year Published 2006
Packet No
Packet size No
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.