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WHI-1121 | Parenting with Discipline & Grace

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On this program, Mike Horton sits down with special guests Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson, authors of Give Them Grace: Dazzling Your Kids with the Love of Jesus. Elyse and Jessica discovered that much of their parenting was based on the power of guilt rather than the gospel of grace. Recorded before a live audience in Southern California, the authors share stories of parenting and childhood, and offer a better way for exhausted moms and dads to see God at work in the lives of their children.

On this program, Mike Horton sits down with special guests Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson, authors of Give Them Grace: Dazzling Your Kids with the Love of Jesus. Elyse and Jessica discovered that much of their parenting was based on the power of guilt rather than the gospel of grace. Recorded before a live audience in Southern California, the authors share stories of parenting and childhood, and offer a better way for exhausted moms and dads to see God at work in the lives of their children.




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  • [...] Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson, authors of Give Them Grace [...]

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  • Great broadcast. I just bought the book, but my sister is reading it while I'm finishing up a few others. This is a much-needed topic and I appreciated Fitzpatrick and Thompson's wisdom. And I love the point that Horton makes about how mom's are always being offered parenting books on morality--I call them the mamby-pamby books.

    Also, I loved Fitzpatrick's book with Dennis Johnson, "Counsel From the Cross."

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  • Guest - Rayn

    Aimee, I havena't read the book "Counsel from the Cross" except for one excerpt which has stuck with me ever since, where she counsels sinners to come to the cross to die. I hope to get around to reading it soon.

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  • Guest - Craig

    Usually WHI is solid on the issues.

    But, this one episode was pitiful.

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  • Guest - Rob

    I found this to be very informative, and helpful in that it reminds me to spend time in the Word and the gospel with my 10-yr old daughter. I don't mean this comment to be unkind, honestly I don't, but I have to say that to hear a woman's voice oozing with emotion about the gospel and the love of God ... grates on me. I shrink, and I don't know why. I don't listen to women teachers anyway because I get my teaching from WHI, RYM, and GTY, and I'm used to a man's firm voice delivering a strong message of faith. Just saying. No offense meant.

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  • Guest - Brian

    Craig, what specifically didn't you like about the episode?

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  • Guest - David

    @Rob "to hear a woman's voice oozing with emotion about the gospel and the love of God...grates on me"

    Are women not supposed to love God and his gospel? Is this not praise to God? Does this not glorify God?

    This quote sounds like you don't like to hear a woman "glorify and enjoy God" (paraphrasing A1 of the Westminster Catechism).

    Please consider this in love

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