30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family Pt. 1

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Every Christian Parent faces a daily dilemma: How can I bring up my children to be people of character in a culture that undermines my values? Here on Family Talk, media and cultural expert Rebecca Hagelin shares practical strategies for raising children of character. This book is the third edition, and includes a chapter on marriage. The first thing you do is wake up with a prayer in your heart for the day ahead of you. Your battle is not with your child, but with the enemy that behind it. What makes children happiest in life, are relationships with their mothers and fathers. Parents have the most influence on their child. They will realize that their fulfillment and purpose in life will come from recognizing who they are in Christ, and then strength will come to overcome temptations. Make your home inviting. Feed them and they will come. The kids will know you are fighting for them, not against them when you set standards. Over 60% of babies born in a family today, are born into broken families.

Guest Bio: Rebecca Hagelin has championed faith and family values in Washington, DC for some 25 years. She speaks around the nation educating parents on how to combat the negative effects of the pop media culture on their children. Her weekly column, “Faith and Family: Hope for Every Generation” appears in The Washington Times and national news sites. She is the President and CEO of Rebecca Hagelin Communications and Marketing, LLC, which specializes in creating national radio marketing campaigns. She previously served as The Heritage Foundation’s Vice President of Communications and Marketing, and in various capacities with other pro-family organizations since the early 1980’s. In 2006, Concerned Women for America named her as one of the nation’s “Top Ten Evangelical Women.” She is the author of the acclaimed books,Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That’s Gone Stark Raving Mad, and 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family. Rebecca and her husband, Andy, have three grown children, and live on Little Gasparilla Island in Florida.