Firmly believing in God's instruction, "Let the older women teach the younger women," Gwendolyn Webb takes parents of all ages back to the Bible to help them understand what to do with the precious souls God has entrusted to their care.
From the back cover:
Components to Building a Child (Birth to 12)
1. Daddy. Every child must have a loving, caring father who leads, protects, provides, and spiritually guides
2. Mother, A child's
mother must love her husband and be his submissive helpmeet. She must maintain constant vigil
over house and home,
3. Love. A sacrificial
love must on each child from birth. Proper bonding between parents and child
must accomplished by age two.
4. Obedience. A
child must learn to obey and respect his parents' authority. His security and safety depwnd
upon it. This should be taught thoroughly by age six.
5. Independence. A
child works hard to br liberated from dependency on others. Parents must know when to
step aside and "fly their child's flags" of skill and trust.
6. Habits. A child
must meet with favor from within and without his home. Teaching commendable
habits is the way to accomplish this goal.
7. Work. A child
must taught to work. Good organization and providing reasons and rewards will teach
8. Communication - MUCH
TIME and a good set of "communication equipment" are all that is required of
parents in order to answer the 500,000 questions their child will ask.
9. Togetherness -
Family cohesiveness is obtained when a family chooses companions, and plays, plans, talks,
travels, shares, sacrifices, and works together.
10. Prayer- A child
needs parents who will pray daily for him.
11. Worship - A
child must be taken to church services regularly and taught to worship God in spirit and in
truth. He and his family must follow God's plan for acceptable worship.