Designed as a user-friendly curriculum, this book is packed with hands-on exercises to release your children's independence, order, concentration, self-control and other basic skills - the kind of early experiences that will give them a lifetime educational advantage.
For any parent, grandparent or teacher seeking a better understanding of children and wishing to make the most of the preschool years - including memorable introductions to math, science, geography, fine arts, and spiritual life - Mommy, Teach Me! is the place to begin.
With Barbara's warm style and practical approach, you will be encouraged to help your child reach his potential even as you grow to meet your own.
Is your time with the Lord sometimes elbowed out by the demands of your family? Lord, Please Meet Me in the Laundry Room will help you find spiritual significance in the everyday world of a workaday mom. You will be unburdened, enlightened, and encouraged as you manage all the tasks that make motherhood such a high calling.
Barbara interviews Christian teens and gives you insider information on what's happening at school today - from peer pressure between classes - to locker-room conversations - to the prom. With steps you can take to help your teen:
How do you relate to a gay man? How do you share meaningful relationship with a feminist? Can you even speak to a Mohawk-sporting, tattoo-covered, body-pierced punk rocker? Most Christians stereotype those who look, act and believe differently than they--how can we overcome these stereotypes in order to love, nurture and share community with those around us?
In Reaching the Left from the Right: Talking about Social Issues with People Who Don't Think like You (Beacon Hill Press), Barbara teaches readers to overcome social boundaries, and reach the unreachable. Before she found Christ, Curtis hated Christianity, conservatives and traditionalists, and everything she believed they stood for. She was a feminist and "fag hag," an "acid-dropping hippie chick," alcoholic, anti-war demonstrator, and a single mom on welfare in San Francisco. She was angry and cynical, and hurting... Would you have wanted to know her?