How To Help Kids Make Wise Choices / Brian Dollar

Hi Friends,

I wanted to share this talk from my friend, Brian Dollar, on How To Help Kids Make Wise Choices.  As parents, we want the best for our kids and pray that they choose to serve Christ daily but, it’s not always the case.  Our children are individuals and will sometimes make poor choices.  When these things happen, how are we to best handle the situation?  How do we help our kids recover from the poor decision.

I hope you enjoy Brian’s talk as much as I did and please feel free to share this with others.

Greg

http://www.briandollar.com/2014/10/07/10-principles-to-help-kids-make-wise-choices/

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