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30 Ways a Mother can Bless Her Children

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Kids long to be unconditionally loved and accepted by their mom. Children need to know their worth before the rest of the world defines it for them. As a mom, it is easy to take for granted that your child already knows how much you love them—but sometimes they don’t. How can you show your child how much you love them?

30 Ways a Mother Can Bless Her Children is packed with 30 simple, fun, and affordable activities to show your sons or daughters that you love and appreciate them! From bedtime storytelling to cooking simple meals together, easily turn these basic activities and random acts of kindness into insightful blessings that will positively impact your kids for a lifetime! Using the story of Isaac and other Bible passages as models, John Trent shares practical ways to bless your child in 5 key ways:

  1. Meaningful and appropriate touch
  2. A spoken message
  3. Attaching high value to the one being blessed
  4. Picturing a special future for him or her
  5. An active commitment to fulfill the blessing

In every home, with every mother, there is a choice: a choice to bless her children. A mother can choose to communicate that incredible gift of unconditional love and acceptance that her children long for… Or she can actively or passively withhold the blessing from her children, leading to a lifetime of emotional hurt.

This easy-to-read book will help you demonstrate the message that God has for all of us: children in every home deserve to know that their mom and Jesus is crazy about them!

Make this truth a reality for your child and give them the gift of the Blessing so they can be free to serve others, gain personal strength, and grow in God’s purpose for them. Help your child embrace the truth that with God’s love, they can do and be more than they even dreamed or imagined.

Blessing others is a choice. Before turning to Jesus, author John Trent harbored resentment and hatred toward his alcoholic father for years. After he gave his life to Christ, John forgave his father and realized that he was given the same choice as his father: to bless or withhold the blessing from his own family. Since then John has shown millions of families how to break the cycle of rejection and bless one another.

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What People Are Saying About the Blessing Books by John Trent

In his new 30 Ways series, John Trent has provided insightful, down-to-earth advice for those who want to bless their loved ones in life-changing ways. Now mothers, fathers, husbands, and wives have specific ideas for showing those closest to them that they are loved and accepted unconditionally. What a powerful legacy for families everywhere! — Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family

I read and use everything John Trent does. Learning about giving The Blessing can change the direction of your life and someone you love. Read every word and truly be Blessed!—Dr. Greg Jantz, author, founder, The Center, A Place of HOPE

These are great books. Very practical. If you want your family to grow closer, these are the books that will show you how. John Trent has a unique ability to inspire change by being practical. You’ll say, “I can do this! I can hardly wait to get started!” Carry one of these books around for a month and as you read it, God will make you into a more thoughtful person on the lookout to share the blessing with others.—Dr. Scott Turansky, co-founder, National Center for Biblical Parenting

This little book can make a profound difference in the lives of your children (and yours too!). When you begin to speak blessings, everything will change in your home for the better. Day by day, blessing by blessing, you will build a strong bridge to your child’s heart. As a mother of three young children, I’m grateful for this important resource which is easy to use. No matter how busy you are, these blessings are doable!—Arlene Pellicane, author, 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom

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