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A Spiritual Heritage, Book Review

A Spiritual Heritage by Glen and Ellen Schuknecht

Connecting Kids and Grandkids to God and Family

As a parent, you want to give your children more than a happy life today–you want to build a sturdy foundation that fosters health for generations. But what does it mean to be a spiritual heritage builder for your kids?

Spiritual heritage is connectedness. It is vision. It’s the courage to stand up for what you believe in as a family and the choice to be a family that blesses others. It’s everything God says in the Bible about family and parenting all thrown together into a messy, love-filled household. And dads, moms, grandpas, and grandmas who focus on developing a strong spiritual heritage equip kids to understand faith, family, and character and make those values their own.

Starting is easy–and it can happen any time, even if your nest is already empty.

With three adult children, eleven grandkids, over forty-five years in Christian education, and a home filled with generations of laughter and love, Glen and Ellen Schuknecht are amply qualified to help you discover a vision for your own family. Come journey with them and discover the ideas you need, the hope you crave, and the grace you require to raise passionate and God-connected future generations.

My Thoughts: *I received this book from the publisher to review it. There are a lot of parenting books out there, and it’s hard to decide which ones to choose, but this book, A Spiritual Heritage, should be on your “must read” list. I especially appreciate that it was written with a Biblical foundation that was  a great base. The principles guide parents and grandparents to build a relationship use on grace, while at the same time leading children to make wise choices and learning to be accountable for their decisions. A wonderful read for parents and grandparents!


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