Parenting With the Beatitudes: Eight Holy Habits for Daily Living
by Jeannie and Ben Ewing
Parenting with the Beatitudes offers deep spiritual insights for both mothers and fathers about how to strengthen their own virtue formation while also educating their children in moral development.
This is no “self-help” book . . . it is much more than that. Parenting with the Beatitudes assists families in their spiritual walk toward holiness, strengthening and encouraging them along the way.
Each chapter is based on one of the eight Beatitudes and offers reflections from both Ben and Jeannie Ewing (parents themselves who have experienced the joys and difficulties of raising Catholic children today) on how St. Joseph and the Blessed Mother lived out this Beatitude in their family, respectively.
Each chapter also includes specific “sub-virtues” for each Beatitude. For example, in the chapter on meekness, they explain how to grow in humility (a virtue that most helpful in teaching meekness) and how to teach children the importance of obedience.
But don’t put it all on your shoulders! Each chapter includes s saint profile (for family discussion or further devotion) and a concluding prayer.
Finally, Ben and Jeannie draw on their own experiences and offer practical tips for three developmental age groups: young children, middle school, and adolescence.
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