War in the Wilderness: Fight for Your Family When Life Isn’t as It Should Be
We live between two gardens: Eden and the New Jerusalem. Between the gardens there is only desert; a biblical metaphor for life. Three main words in the Hebrew language describe the desert: midbar, t’siyah, and yashiymown―three kinds of deserts and metaphorically three kinds of life experience. In midbar you can survive if you know what you are doing. Midbar is what we call, normal. It’s not exactly right, but it’s as good as it gets outside the Garden. In t’siyah you can survive if you have help. This is deeper, darker, hotter, and even more chaotic. There are times in life when the soul of your family is scorched. In the t’siyah parts of life, you can’t survive unless you have help. Yashiymown is desert you cannot survive. Yashiymown is wild, unbearable, and unfit for dwelling. In this time of life, only the presence of God and a miracle of God will sustain life. Life between the gardens is a desert. It’s all challenging but some parts are almost impossible. The most important action we can take to lead our families through such a war in the wilderness is to cry out to God. He will hear you. Order today!
Relentless Parenting: The Crucial Pursuit of Your Teen’s Heart by Brian & Angela Haynes
Many parents feel frustration and a real disconnect with their teens. Brian and Angela Haynes understand those feelings and provide great insight into loving and leading teens. While it may be tempting to step aside from parenting and avoid conflict, the authors encourage parents to do the hard things. The ultimate goal is to pass on a legacy of faith in God and strengthen the family relationship. Brian and Angela Haynes combine practical guidance and solid biblical truth to help parents who are navigating a challenging season of parenting. They offer readers hope and encouragement through outstanding advice laced with great personal stories. This book engages the hearts of parents by providing ideas for how they can stay connected to their teens. Topics include: words of power not pain, building identity, learning to listen, setting healthy boundaries, and the importance of home. Readers will find a compassionate yet challenging message to keep being the parent even when the road gets tough. Order today!
The Legacy Path: Discover Intentional Spiritual Parenting by Brian Haynes
As Christian parents we are all on a journey to help our children become adults who live life biblically. The mandate is clear in Scripture: As parents we are the primary faith trainers of the next generation. Bringing our kids to church is certainly a part of that but even a cursory study of Scripture reveals a need for parents to intentionally play the lead role in the faith training process. For that we need a plan. We need to know where to step next as we guide our children toward life in Christ. The Legacy Path provides a simple plan for parents leading their children spiritually. Join me on the legacy path as we discover intentional spiritual parenting. Available here!
Shift: What it Takes to Finally Reach Families Today by Brian Haynes
This book is a quick read designed to help church leaders of every type discover a tried strategy to connect church and family to equip the next generation. “Shift” is the culmination of 6 years of work at Kingsland Baptist Church in Katy, Texas. After reading “Shift” you should be motivated and practically equipped to reach families and lead them to biblically train their children. In “Shift” you will find a common path for church and home that embraces the simplicity of God’s original plan found in Deuteronomy 6:4-9. You will find answers to the question, “How do I make family ministry work in my church?” To find out more or to purchase the book click the following link: SHIFT book