Suddenly one day you are a parent. And if your parents weren't a good example, it's hard to know what to do. When parents trade spiritual convictions for those of secular culture -- with its misguided principles and mistaken priorities -- our families, faith, and foundations are in trouble. Happiness has become the hallmark of successful parenthood in today's high-tech, low-touch world where faithfulness is for the foolish and parenthood is provisional. But now, Chuck and Jenni Borsellino offer a biblical, up-to-date, realistic guide for raising today's children, written in an entertainingly conversational style and not a cookie-cutter, warmed-over advice format. Learn how to make the child-rearing years rewarding for both parents and children!
Parenting is both exhilarating and exhausting…offering no reprieve and no recess!
Moms are so emotionally drained they’re giving themselves a timeout! Dads are so frustrated even golf seems like fun! But don’t panic—there is hope!
Chuck and Jenni invite you to pull up a chair with them in a quiet café, where the coffee’s hot and the music’s soft. They’ve been here a thousand times with parents just like you. Parents with their kids on their minds and their hearts on their sleeves…eager to discover the practice and the payoff of…
Principle-Centered Parenting !
With wit and wisdom, Chuck and Jenni share 10 essential principles
that will help you when your patience is failing and your blood pressure is rising! Whether you're a mom or dad in a traditional family, a stepfamily, or a single-parent family…you're just 10 steps away from discovering how good parents become great parents, average kids become awesome kids, and kids of comfort become kids of character.
Join them and see!
About the Author
Chuck Borsellino, PhD, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist and host of the nationally syndicated television program "At Home Live! With Chuck & Jenni", which airs on the FamilyNet television network. Dr. Borsellino resides in Dallas and has been married to Jenni for more than twenty-seven years. Together, they have three children: Brittany, Cody, and Courtney.
Borsellino has a master's degree in communication.