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The 14th Annual OCEANetwork Conference
When You Walk By the Way
June 20 & 21, 2008


Other sessions recomended for beginners include:
A Journey of Faith for You and Your Child
Beginning Your Homeschooling Adventure
Exposing a Trojan Horse DVD
Getting Your House in Order
If I'm Diapering A Watermelon Then Where'd I Leave the Baby?
The Centrality of the Home in Evangelism & Discipleship of the Next Generation
The Strong Willed Parent
More sessions for beginners
Other sessions recomended for encouragement include:
A Journey of Faith for You and Your Child
A Prodigal Speaks Out
Education & Worldview
Family Discipleship - How to pass on the faith one generation at a time
Getting Your House in Order
Help! I'm Failing! Hope for the Faint of Heart
HELP! I Fell Off My Lesson Plan!
If I'm Diapering A Watermelon Then Where'd I Leave the Baby?
Laziness: There is a Lion Outside
Lessons from the Life of Josiah
Multigenerational Vision: Leading With a View toward the Future
Raise Them Up, Don't Crush Them Down
Teaching Heritage & Culture through Home Schooling
The Centrality of the Home in Evangelism & Discipleship of the Next Generation
The Mission-Minded Homeschool - Releasing Your Family to God's Destiny
The Strong Willed Parent
What's a Parent to Do?
More sessions for encouragement
Other sessions recomended for fathers include:
A Journey of Faith for You and Your Child
Christ's Church Runs on Regular
Dad's: Ready, Start, Lead!
Dads and Lads-Building Lasting Bonds
Father’s Role in Discipleship
Getting Your House in Order
How to Really Love Your Homeschooling Wife-What NOT to Say at the End of the Day!
The Centrality of the Home in Evangelism & Discipleship of the Next Generation
The Strong Willed Parent
What's a Parent to Do?
More sessions for fathers
The Strong Willed Parent
Speaker: Mark Hamby

“Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.” One only has to listen to find the heart of a child. Once found, it is essential that we don't begin to control, pressure, or manipulate in order to change behavior. Changed behavior must be the result of a changed heart. Anything less leads only to hypocrisy, rebellion. Too often parents depend on rules as the primary enforcer of behavior. Rules can change behavior, but they can't change the heart. When parents begin to see the difference between character flaws and disobedience, applying less pressure and more gentle understanding, children will be more willing to admit fault and seek help from those they love. Children need to hear the beating of our hearts rather than the beating of our voices. Parents will want to join Mark as he relates his experience as a shepherd and the important lesson that you don't become a shepherd just because you own sheep.


CD: $5.50

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