Developing Healthy Character within Your Teenager by Gary Sivewright
(The Parent Journey)

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Our thoughts, feelings, and expressions of purity, honesty, work, love, and servanthood are shown in the things we say and do. That is why it is important to foster healthy character within our teenagers. The Parent Journey series study Developing Healthy Character within Your Teenager is designed to assist parents in understanding how to develop healthy and godly character within their teenager. Each study contains articles directed specifically toward parents to encourage and equip; tips for building healthy character; practical ways to practice character building parent-to-teen, parent-to-parent, and as a whole family; a six-day devotional guide for families to read and pray together; a leader's guide for small groups.
 

About Gary Sivewright

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Dr. Gary Sivewright currently pastors The Shepherd's House Church of the Nazarene in Apple Valley, OH. He also travels with Family Face to Face, an interactive communication ministry for families in the church and is a national presenter for HomeWord Parent Seminars. He is the former Chaplain of Mount Vernon Nazarene University where he also served as a professor of Christian education. He has served as Director of Nazarene Youth International Ministries at The Church of the Nazarene in Kansas City, Mo. He has served as a curriculum editor, a program director, and edited two award-winning magazines, Teens Today and Bread. Gary has authored seven books including co-authoring with Dr. Dan Croy, Parents, Teens and Other Strangers The ABC's of Family Communication. Gary Sivewright holds degrees from Southern Nazarene University, Nazarene Theological Seminary and Vanderbilt University. He has been married to his wife Carol for 34 years and they are parents of two grown sons,
 
Published September 14, 2011 by Nazarene Publishing House. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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