Your Child’s Heart – Linkup

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How to Win Your Child’s Heart for Life
8 Proven Strategies for Parents

Do you have children at home right now? If so, would you like to win your child’s heart for life?

Yea, me too – and Matt is 31! I still want to know that Matt’s heart is won by me; even more importantly, by his Father God.

Melanie Redd’s book, How to Win Your Child’s Heart for Life; 8 Proven Strategies for Parents is just that. PROVEN.

Do you have children at home right now? If so, would you like to win your child’s heart for life? Dig into Melanie Redd's book to be equipped.

The key to successful parenting is this – Win their hearts as little children and keep their hearts through their growing up years and you’ll have their hearts for life. Powerful truth. Yet there’s a time that overnight you go from Hero to Zero with your kiddos.

Are you prepared?

Learn how you keep the lines of communication open when you’ve morphed from best friend to worst enemy in the blink of an eye. Remember when you went through that phase? You literally went from wanting Mom and/or Dad there for everything to the polar opposite.

Go away.
Don’t embarrass me.
Leave me alone.
I’ll do it myself (kinda like that 2 year old stage)

Melanie calls the teen years the “Dark Side.” Her goal is to equip parents with strategies that keep the lines of communication open and to prepare us for the time that surly looks and snappy comebacks become the norm.

Do you want to be prepared?

I do – and Matt is an adult without children of his own – yet I still want his heart for life. And the hearts of any of his future children should there be any.

So let’s get prepared. Sit down with a cup of something comforting, snuggle into your favorite reading spot with a highlighter – or two, and dig into How to Win Your Child’s Heart for Life. I read it in one sitting as I could not put this treasure of a book down.

And what can you anticipate? Reaping a harvest of blessings with your kiddos.

Melanie gave me a copy of her book as a giveaway, so comment below – some random winner will be announced!

A little about the author:

Do you have children at home right now? If so, would you like to win your child’s heart for life? Dig into Melanie Redd's book to be equipped.

It’s pretty simple – Melanie Redd is a woman on a mission to offer hope!

Using God’s Word, practical illustrations, a little wit, and a whole lot of common sense, Melanie regularly have chances to offer encouraging instruction to other people.

For over 26 years now, Melanie has been married to Randy. They serve in full-time Christian ministry along with their two college-age children–Riley and Emily–in the Memphis, Tennessee area.

Get connected to Melanie.

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20 thoughts on “Your Child’s Heart – Linkup

  1. Hi Susan,
    Melanie’s wisdom is grounded in Christ and such a blessing! She gives such great advice here! Thanks for sharing the hope of Jesus found in this book at #MomentsofHope

    Blessings and smiles,
    Lori

  2. Great thoughts and sounds like a great book. I always tell new parents (when they ask) the best advice I can give is listen to them when they’re little, and when they love you and when they hate you. If they know you’ll listen int he little things, they know you’ll listen in the big things (hmm…sounds like a Bible verse, right?). Love this!

  3. Hey Susan,

    Thank you for sharing this post today!

    I’m so blessed and honored by your kind gesture!

    You are a sweet friend, and it’s a joy to partner in ministry with you!

    Blessings,
    Melanie

  4. I know several new mamas right now who would love to get this book… what a great personal gift this would make. And sounds encouraging for a parent like myself with older children still… will be sharing this for sure!

  5. Thanks Susan for highlighting what looks like a great book by Melanie! We all found yse more ways to reach our children’s hearts for Jesus!

  6. This book looks great! I’m checking it out! I have five kids and to have each of their hearts would be huge.

    Thank you for hosting Susan!
    Julie

  7. Melanie is such a special person, full of life and love for everyone around her. Thanks for sharing her book with us today, I’ve not read it yet, but I definitely need to add it to my fall reading list.

  8. What fun to see Melanie’s bright and beautiful book here today! Just this past weekend, I had the fun of giving the book as a gift to a young friend at the baby shower for her child.

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