Episode 109 | When Kids Hit Parents

Do your little ones start hitting when they hear the word “no” or throw punches when they aren’t getting their way?  When they come at you with arms swinging, have you learned how to duck and dodge…but you’d rather learn how to address their violent behavior from a biblical perspective? Join Katy and me for another edition of “Ask Ginger” (also known as “Q & A Day”) as we discuss how the Bible tells us to guide our children to evaluate their own hearts and take ownership of sin, which will help them understand their need for Jesus.

We have a brand new episode of the 
Parenting with Ginger Hubbard podcast available today. Here’s a little more about what you can expect:

Episode 109 | When Kids Hit Parents: Our assignment as parents is to teach our children about the truths, commands, and promises of God. Let’s not shy away from that responsibility but be willing to train, instruct, and carefully discipline them. Pray that God would use our obedience to soften their hearts and turn them to Jesus.

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