Saturday, March 30, 2019

Tying Their Shoes by Rob & Stephanie Green

Tying Their Shoes by Rob & Stephanie Green is a primer for the mom and dad to-be. It's filled with important information about how to not only parent, but how to family. The beginning of the family begins with mom and dad and this book points out how important it is for the parents to align with Christ first and with each other next. The importance of maintaining a healthy relationship between the spouses is what made me love this book. Tying Their Shoes is a must-read for new parents who want to raise Godly children.

About the book:
Through a gospel-centered approach to parenting, Tying Their Shoes by Rob and Stephanie Green, lays the foundation for expecting parents to welcome a new addition into their home in light of the gospel. First-time soon-to-be parents and parents expecting an additional child will find Christ-centered hope, practical advice, and encouragement toward parental unity in this invaluable resource.
Authors Rob and Stephanie Green know a baby brings many wonderful changes for both biological and adoptive parents. While other parenting resources exist to help expectant parents prepare for whats around the corner, the Greens know the gospel is the best resource to ground couples in their relationships with the Lord, with each other, and with their children. When pressure situations cause us to lose our biblical footing, Tying Their Shoes aims to guide expectant parents toward a dependent posture before the Lord.
Through both a mother's and father's perspective, Rob and Stephanie Green dive into the goal of parenting, the blessings of parenting, and learning to discipline as well as physical intimacy in marriage, pregnancy and labor, and other practical realities of first-time parents. Above all else, Tying Their Shoes equips soon-to-be parents to create a gospel-centered home and mindset, lovingly pointing couples to our Father who cares for his children and is with them every step of the way

This book provided for review by New Growth Press

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