Spirit-directed Discipline: Helping Johnny and Susie to Behave

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Demuth Enterprises Ltd.,, 2000 - Education - 184 pages
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Spirit-Directed Discipline: Helping Johnny and Susie to BehaveThis new release is written for Christian school teachers, administrators and parents. The task of teaching and training Christian young people to behave is much easier when the principles contained in this book are put into practice. Central to this effort is realizing that spiritual forces are influencing the inappropriate behavior. Being successful against these principalities and powers requires Christian parents and educators to be fully prepared for battle. They must arm themselves with powerful strategies to cause change in the lives of Christian young people. Following the strategies outlined in this book will help foster a disciplined lifestyle for Johnny and Susie and train them to keep the devil off their back and out of their lives. PowerPoint presentations for staff training and chapels are also available upon request.Building a Discipline LifestyleDiscipline: A Growing Concern The Will, the Mind and the Recreated Spirit: Agents of Self-Discipline The Holy Spirit: The Facilitator of Discipline The Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Supernatural Dimension for Discipline Spiritual Authority, Weapons and the Anointing: Power Ingredients for Discipline Armor of God: Protection for Discipline Right Speaking: Direction for Discipline The Fruit of the Spirit: Modeling for DisciplineClassroom Management Techniques
 

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This is a must book for any teacher or parent concerned about disciplining children and knowing how to speak to the spirit of the child. The list of practical suggestions in the appendix are very valuable for any parent or teacher wanting to foster self-discipline. I would give it a 5 star rating. 

Contents

A Growing Concern
1
The Facilitator of Discipline
39
Supernatural
67
Protection for Discipline
129
Direction for Discipline
139
Modeling for Discipline
155
Conclusion
177
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