Episode 044 | From Grumbling to Gratitude with Tricia Goyer

Do your kids show more attitude than gratitude? Do they grumble and complain instead of looking for ways to be thankful? Join Katy and me along with our special guest, Tricia Goyer, as we discuss how we can lead our kids from grumbling to gratitude as we head into Thanksgiving and the holiday season.

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Episode 044 |
 From Grumbling to Gratitude with Tricia Goyer: We have to look at ourselves and our own hearts before we start pointing out things we want to see change in our children. When we’re trying to get our kids to show gratitude, talk to them about how God has encouraged you lately. So many times we don’t share our own spiritual life and what God is speaking to us as parents. Sharing with kids opens up the door to better communication and demonstrates how we’re all a work in progress.

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