“101 Ways to Strengthen the Parent-Child Connection: Devotions, Tips, and Activities” by Michael Ross

101 Ways to Strengthen the Parent-Child Connection: Devotions, Tips, and Activities101 Ways to Strengthen the Parent-Child Connection: Devotions, Tips, and Activities by Michael Ross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is packed full of fun, creative, and inspiring ideas for the whole family to enjoy. The focus of the book is to help parents nurture and grow inside their child a flourishing relationship with HaShem. It also focuses on helping parents connect with their children through activities that foster their relationship with one another.

The key areas of connection and growth that Michael and Tiffany provide are:

• Talk to G-d: provides ideas to help parents pray with their children
• Parent-Child Connections: provides devotional tips for parents to try out during devotional time
• Family Quest: provides scripture based activities for the family to do together
• Talk It Out: provides questions for parents to ask their children that fosters conversation

Michael and Tiffany share great insights and information in an easy to understand guidebook format that parents are sure to relate to and successfully implement in their lives and into their children’s lives. Another great thing this book provides is key scriptures for each section that highlights the biblical truths that are being taught.

Overall, this book is filled with helpful and encouraging ideas that are simple to utilize and provide outstanding biblical lessons that will help parents connect with their children as they help their children connect with G-d. This book would be great for families with toddlers to middle-school age. It would also be great for families on the go, since road trips are a great place to talk about the biblical truths that are taught in this book.

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