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<transcy>Instructing a child's heart (Un enseignant pour son coeur)</transcy>

Tedd Tripp
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Children interpret their life experiences according to their vision of the world. It is through this filter that they answer the fundamental questions of life: who am I? why do I exist? how to be happy?

As parents, we must give our children a clear knowledge of God's plan. They will then understand the world God has placed them in and their role.

The education that we give to our children is not only intended to make them act and think in a good way. But above all, it is the opportunity for their hearts to realize the wisdom and truth of God's ways.

Take time with your children to give them a fair view of the world.

A book full of telling examples and an essential complement to A shepherd for his heart .

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Pastor, teacher, and helping relationship counselor, Tedd dedicates his life to developing the potential of Christian leaders. After years of pastoral experience, he now trains leaders, pastors and missionaries in over thirty countries. He is married to Margy who co-wrote the book. They are parents of three adult children.

Table of contents


Invitation to give a formative teaching
1. Life is a school
2. The five objectives of formative education
3. For a formative education

Introduction to formative education
Content of formative education
4. Three important principles of formative education
5. At the heart of behavior
6. "Each Reap What He Sows": A Biblical Principle
7. Authority is part of God’s plan
8. Giving Children a Vision of the Glory of God
9. Wisdom and Madness
10. All fully in Christ
11. The Importance of the Church

Applying Formative Teaching
12. From Behavior to the Heart
13. Corrective discipline
14. Communicate
15. The Central Role of the Gospel


Original title : Instructing a child's heart
Publisher: Cruciforme
Publication : December 2015
ISBN : 978-2-924110-85-0
Number of pages : 261
Format : 5.5 '' X 8.5 ''
Weight : 300 g
Format : paperback