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Growing Perspective in Your Kids at Christmas

I hope you are finding my posts on the “12 Days of Christmas Parenting” insightful as you invest in your own children. We’re talking about tips for parents to help them navigate the difficult traps of the holidays, and create family moments with life long impact.

I began my blog tour on Michael Hyatt’s blog talking about helping your kids develop a sense of generosity this season. Tuesday, we talked about building patience on Pete Wilson’s blog. Wednesday, I shared some ideas on how to cultivate a spirit of gratitude on Catalyst’s blog. Yesterday, I talked about having a heart of service for others as Christ did for us on Ron Edmondson’s blog.

Today, Greg Surratt is hosting my blog. I have known Greg as a friend for several years, and so respect the work he does leading Seacoast Church in Mount Pleasant, SC. He and his wife have 4 incredible children and 7 grandchildren who they adore. READ MORE HERE. You can follow Greg on Twitter here.


1 Comment

  1. James HIltion on September 26, 2022 at 3:19 pm

    Christmas is a time for joy and happiness. It is a time for family, friends, and giving. It is also a time for reflection and gratitude. This is the time of year when you can teach your kids about the true meaning of Christmas and how to celebrate it by giving back to those who need it most. Let your kids help wrap gifts for people in need this Christmas. I will read article in order to find the best writer for help in my essay. Let them help with dinner preparations or clean up after dinner. Let them help to make the holidays a little brighter for those less fortunate than they are.

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Growing Perspective in Your Kids at Christmas