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Books and Resources by Eliza
Count Yourself Calm is a children’s book that teaches young readers how to manage their big emotions through counting and prayer. Though colorful illustrations and relatable examples, children will learn ways to take their big feels to a big God who loves and cares for them. This book is an excellent resource for parents, caregivers, and teachers lookin to help children develop healthy ways for managing their emotions.
We are not meant to face life on our own. Even with the best God-given resources, there are times when we find ourselves wrestling with the question of whether or not we should seek formal counseling. If you have questions, or are wondering where to start, this mini book will help you to determine not only if counseling would be a helpful option, but also how to get the most out of the process every step of the way.
What does it look like for a Christian to live a balanced life that honors God? This book offers practical guidance for renewing body and soul so that readers will be energized to engage life with fresh enthusiasm and vigor for service to God. Focusing on six key areas, including your spiritual life, physical life, community life, your work, your purpose, and how you rest. Christian’s gain strategies to experience transformation in how they care for themselves and others.
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Our lives are influenced by technology like never before. Screens and devices have become a part of our daily lives bringing many benefits, as well as challenges – not least to the area of parenting. Our kids are digital natives, never having known a world that wasn’t saturated with screens, their knowledge and experience rapidly outstrip that of even the most technologically literate parents. Raising them to make safe and godly choices in this area is difficult as many of us are still working out how to use technology wisely ourselves.
Whether you are a parent of teens or preteens you will find several practical tips on how to wisely raise your kids in the midst of a hyper-sexualized world. The tips come in the form of what not to do without giving a sense of judgment or failure. Instead, the book takes a look at the value of reframing the mistakes both parents and teens may have already made and gives a hopeful picture of how our compassionate Father moves toward us in our struggles. The book offers a hopeful look at how parents can build better communication and relationship with their teens while remembering that God is at work in both kids and parents.
The Whole Life is a great book to read with a group. Reading with others fosters accountability and allows you to get so much more out of the book as you engage with others. Grab a few friends and start reading together. Use this groups guide to help you.