When parents provide an atmosphere for children to teach themselves (and then teach others too) education happens. Developing the love of learning. Asking questions. Concentrating on themes. These basic building blocks are tried and true methods, to name a few.
“He hath done all things well” (Mark 7:37). David Gibbs Jr. recounts the story of his mother's impossible work, a nearly-unbelievable story about the way someone who couldn't do anything did a great work in the kingdom.
The ATI Wisdom Booklets provide a unique way for families to grow closer together. Apart, learning can take place, and there is much to be said for assignments, book reports and homework, but on the whole how does a family seek the Lord together?
Wisdom Booklet preparation and teaching will naturally bring together, under one central theme, many and varied resources from life: a legal pad and pen, a Strong's Concordance, dictionaries (plural!), whiteboards, checklists, highlighters, spray paint, brightly colored paper, chalk ...
Communion is God’s design to lead us into self-examination and a time of asking for and receiving forgiveness. This same tool can build strong family relationships as each one—through family communion times—strengthen their walks with Christ and their relationships with one another.
Chris Hogan discusses four important types of decision-making that are vital for every parent to understand. He describes each one: command, counsel, choice, and consensus, revealing how each one is to be applied. He also shares practical insight how to train children to make wise decisions.
The Courageous Conversation – a strategy to follow for any pressing issue. Helping husbands to exchange normal leadership for noble leadership and enabling wives to feel truly understood and loved are Chris and Anne Hogan's special calling.