Tag Archives: Tim Sisemore

Transforming Grace Top 10 (2011-12)

I’ve been blogging for over four years now, though I’ve been off blogging for the last couple of months.  I’ve stopped because I’ve got lots on my plate, with little time to think theological thoughts, which is probably not a … Continue reading

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Tim Sisemore – The Disciplinarian family

More notes from Tim Sisemore’s excellent book “World-Proof Your Kids“ The Disciplinarian family Parenting pattern, goal or ideal for this family is a parental zeal for their kids to do the right thing. Moral perfection is the goal and so … Continue reading

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Tim Sisemore – The Dedicated family

More notes from Tim Sisemore’s excellent book “World-Proof Your Kids“ The Dedicated family Parenting pattern is a family dedicated to their faith, these are sincere Christians. Faithfully involved at church, they pray for their kids and seek God in their … Continue reading

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Tim Sisemore – The distracted family

More notes from Tim Sisemore’s excellent book “World-Proof Your Kids” The Distracted family Parenting pattern, goal of this family is for parents to make life enjoyable and active: life is busy, a constant flow of fun events, hustle and bustle, … Continue reading

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Tim Sisemore – moving beyond reactive parenting

My kids are growing up fast and so I’ve picked up Tim Sisemore’s excellent book “World-Proof Your Kids” again. I’ve found it a really useful corrective and especially this section on reactive verses authoritative parenting. It’s so easy, in the … Continue reading

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