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Raising a child has never been more challenging. If you ever doubt yourself or wonder if it is worth the heartache, read this little book. If you worry that your family will not weather life's storms or if you fear losing your children to the prevailing culture, read it again. Why Children Matter offers biblical wisdom and commonsense advice on how to hold a family togethe Raising a child has never been more challenging. If you ever doubt yourself or wonder if it is worth the heartache, read this little book. If you worry that your family will not weather life's storms or if you fear losing your children to the prevailing culture, read it again. Why Children Matter offers biblical wisdom and commonsense advice on how to hold a family together and raise children with character. Johann Christoph Arnold, a father, grandfather and pastor, has written eleven books, including three on parenting and children's education. As the fabric of family and society is torn apart, this book offers up concrete steps to encourage parents faced with difficult child-rearing decisions.


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Raising a child has never been more challenging. If you ever doubt yourself or wonder if it is worth the heartache, read this little book. If you worry that your family will not weather life's storms or if you fear losing your children to the prevailing culture, read it again. Why Children Matter offers biblical wisdom and commonsense advice on how to hold a family togethe Raising a child has never been more challenging. If you ever doubt yourself or wonder if it is worth the heartache, read this little book. If you worry that your family will not weather life's storms or if you fear losing your children to the prevailing culture, read it again. Why Children Matter offers biblical wisdom and commonsense advice on how to hold a family together and raise children with character. Johann Christoph Arnold, a father, grandfather and pastor, has written eleven books, including three on parenting and children's education. As the fabric of family and society is torn apart, this book offers up concrete steps to encourage parents faced with difficult child-rearing decisions.

30 review for Why Children Matter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    This is a quick, encouraging read for anyone involved in raising children. It touches on everything from birth to dealing with sexual promiscuity. It addresses parents, grandparents, those adopting, and those with disabled children. I often wanted Arnold to go deeper into a subject, but the short length of his book and the wide range of topics covered only leave room for a simple skimming of each topic. As simple as his advice is, it doesn't cease to be challenging and pure. There is wisdom in t This is a quick, encouraging read for anyone involved in raising children. It touches on everything from birth to dealing with sexual promiscuity. It addresses parents, grandparents, those adopting, and those with disabled children. I often wanted Arnold to go deeper into a subject, but the short length of his book and the wide range of topics covered only leave room for a simple skimming of each topic. As simple as his advice is, it doesn't cease to be challenging and pure. There is wisdom in this approach as every child is different and needs different specific actions and reactions from the adults in his or her life. This book doesn't attempt to delve into this depth of advice. It does a beautiful job of being uplifting and loving both children and the adults trying to do the best they can for those children.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Delightful easy read. But is it? This deceptively simple book gently encourages parents/caregivers to understand their role in the lives of the children underneath them. This is NOT a parenting book. Arnold presupposes the reader is intelligent, has morals and capable of growing in virtue. Each short chapter could easily be used as a meditation on parenting or for a discussion group. I will be reading the other books he has written.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debra Mahusky

    An insightful book for educators and parents.

  4. 5 out of 5

    The Good Man’s Reviews

    CAUTION HERE MAY BE SPOILERS!!! I've been a Baptist Christian for almost 10 years and the author book Sex, God And Marriage honestly changed my life. Since then I've read a few of his work and have been committed to reading the rest of his work. This book was a real treat and one I plan on recommending to people I know. I love the short chapters because it gets right to the point and the advice the book gives is great. My wife read the chapter on motherhood and found it very helpful. I wish my gra CAUTION HERE MAY BE SPOILERS!!! I've been a Baptist Christian for almost 10 years and the author book Sex, God And Marriage honestly changed my life. Since then I've read a few of his work and have been committed to reading the rest of his work. This book was a real treat and one I plan on recommending to people I know. I love the short chapters because it gets right to the point and the advice the book gives is great. My wife read the chapter on motherhood and found it very helpful. I wish my grandparents were still alive so I could read the Grandparents chapter. I'm just amazed at the insight the author has into each and every aspect of parenting and the difficulties of raising kids in modern times. As a parent to a one-year-old daughter all I can say is this book helps, it really does πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

  5. 4 out of 5

    Emily Schatz

    Simple, convicting, and pure. Not at all comprehensive, but Arnold's short meditations are meant to encourage parents and provide gentle guidance, not provide a catalog of answers. I have a feeling I'll be re-reading this multiple times over the years and seeing something new each time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    This book really stresses the positives of the traditional family. I agreed with a lot of his view points, but I consider myself a conservative. If you find yourself to be more progressive, this might not be the book for you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Keely

    sweet book

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    Michelle Hinkey

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    yusra emad

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    John

  14. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Jones

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    F.c. Riverside

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kim Shope

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maria

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vika

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    David Driggers

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zachary Zimmerman

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    Tini Castillo

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    Lexy Meikle

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    Fausto

  24. 5 out of 5

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    Kara Harrison

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    Javi

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  29. 5 out of 5

    Karry Rosenblum

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

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