Episode 062 | Evaluating Consequences and Infant Tantrums
Are you concerned that your children obey out of fear of consequences rather than a desire to please God? Do you have an infant who’s throwing tantrums and you aren’t sure what you can do about it? Join Katy and me for another edition of “Ask Ginger” (also known as “Q & A Day”) as we discuss how we can have a more biblical approach to discipline and teach our kids that obedience is a part of God’s perfect plan for their lives.
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Episode 062 | Evaluating Consequences and Infant Tantrums: Defiance in children is to be expected because it’s a part of the ongoing battle we all have with our sin nature. Our goal as parents is not just to teach our children what not to do in order to avoid consequences. The Bible instructs us to train, equip, and encourage them to seek Jesus and to honor Him with their lives. Being assertive with correction, while at the same time being gentle and kind, teaches our kids early on that God equates discipline with love, which gives them a healthy understanding of parental authority.
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