Parenting to the Fullest, Part 4 

Air Date: 6/25/20 - Grace, humility, understanding, and discipline — Pastor Nat Crawford explains the importance of these biblical values when it comes to “Parenting to the Fullest”.  Cara Whitney and Arnie Cole will join him later for uplifting discussion and practical take-home points.  

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Thank you, Pastor Nate this is truly what I need for the day.
I love for you to join me in praying for me to love my children and grandchildren.
Thanks for the update and teaching, really want to love my children and grandchildren it's hard for me to do that.
Both of my children are grown, but I do have two grandsons. My daughter who is single moved back to our house after being gone for 20 years.
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Well said but I read the individual comment and if I may, women do not know their womanhood in the design God has for them. Parenting comes in various forms. Spiritual, psychological, emotional etc. The saying it takes a village to raise a child is true. At some point in life, your actions or words will influence a child/ren. I empathize with the pain of losing a child/ren and the motions faced. Unresolved emotions causes bitterness, resentment and feeling a sense of " no one understands or talks about such thoughts" I will pray for persons whom find themselves hurt, unforgiving etc.God is in control and knows what is best for all of us. Seek comfort in diligently seeking God so He may give you the discernment for what your soul seeks. Thank you pastors for accepting the call to feed the flock. Blessed love!
don't the preachers today ever think about a couple 👫 that don't have children? because i lost my child long ago and i really don't care about parenting and i know that others don't either. so can you be more considered to those who don't have "CHILDREN". THANK YOU