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Getting Your Children to Obey

by Kelly Crawford

“It really is a simple concept, but I needed to read it to see it. I can’t thank you enough for this book which has changed our family tremendously! I enjoy my children now.”  -Jennifer S.



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Do your children obey? Do they respect your authority? Or do you find yourself often losing your patience, yelling or threatening your children because of their disobedience? Do you enjoy them? Do you experience them as the blessing God calls them?

If not, this book is for you.

Getting Your Children to Obey lays out simple, biblical instructions for raising happy, obedient (most of the time) children. It is not a magic formula, as we are sinful parents dealing with sinful children in a fallen world. It does, however, present principles that parents have implemented for years to help their children grow in obedience and love.

Our Christian responsibility is to help them grow into mature, self-controlled adults. If we fail to do our part when they’re young, we contribute to their destruction when they are older.

Read Getting Your Children to Obey today and begin to enjoy your children and see them thrive!



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Getting Your Children to Obey | September 26, 2014 - 11:17 am

[…] years ago I wrote Getting Your Children to Obey and recently I revised it and added a new section with Scripture to addresses different character […]

Julia September 26, 2014 - 9:51 pm

Is this book an ebook (e.g., mobi for Kindle) or a pdf?

Kelly Crawford September 26, 2014 - 10:09 pm


Sorry, this one is just a pdf. Some of my others are available in Kindle.

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