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Don’t Make Me Count to Three!

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Through personal experience and the practical application of Scripture, Ginger Hubbard encourages and equips moms to reach past the outward behavior of their children and dive deeply into the issues of the heart.

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Do you find yourself threatening, repeating your instructions, or raising your voice in an attempt to get your children to obey? Are you discouraged because it seems you just can’t reach the heart of your child? Through personal experience and the practical application of Scripture, Ginger Hubbard encourages and equips moms to reach past the outward behavior of their children and dive deeply into the issues of the heart. Ginger’s candid approach will help moms move beyond the frustrations of not knowing how to handle issues of disobedience and into a confident and well-balanced approach to raising their children.

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This book is properly aligned. It makes the focus of discipline the heart and unpacks how to use the Scriptures for both encouragement and reproof. The tendency in parenting books is to be heavy on ideas and strategies for managing our children and light on biblical foundations. Don’t Make Me Count to Three weaves together solid biblical truth and practical parenting advice. This bears reading and rereading. — Tedd Tripp, Pastor, Author, Conference Speaker

Okay Moms of America, this is the book you’ve been looking for. Ginger is fresh, funny, and full of wisdom. Her advice is overflowing with God’s instruction and grace, and her personal stories will have you laughing one minute and wiping tears the next. Rarely have I read a parenting book that gives both inspiration and practical advice all wrapped up in a package you’ll look forward to unwrapping over and over again. I recommend this book highly! — Lysa Terkeurst, President, Proverbs 31 Ministries

Don’t Make Me Count to Three! is straightforward, direct, helpful, hopeful, and encouraging. In short, it’s daily applications to childrearing from a Biblical perspective. That means it’s profound. — Zig Ziglar, Author/Motivational Teacher

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