Item description for How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind by Ken Davis...
Overview This book will tell teens how to change their families by making changes in themselves--and in the way they view their folks. The author uses the Bible to drive home the importance of harmony in the home.
Publishers Description If you think How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind! was written to teach teens how to change their parents, think again. This book helps you change your family starting where the power to change really begins -- with yourself and the way you view your folks. Ken Davis cuts through the complexities of living with parents. He uses the Bible to drive home the importance of family harmony. He encourages you that God is the 'Wizard of Odds' who can help you overcome any family problem, no matter how big or small. And Ken shows you communication skills that can really make a difference. But don't get the idea this book is for teens only. Parents should read it, too. They'll find new understanding of how they really make decisions, how they assert their teenagers -- and it will help young adults improve the way they 'teenage' their parents. Read it, let your family read it . . . and watch good things start to happen.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Aug 13, 1988
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level High School
ISBN 0310323312 ISBN13 9780310323310 UPC 025986323318
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More About Ken Davis
Davis is one of the most sought after speakers in North America.
Ken Davis currently resides in Arvada, in the state of Colorado. Ken Davis was born in 1932.
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Great for Jr. High kids Oct 27, 2001
Ken Davis has a very good sense of humor that helps us look at our everyday problems and situations and he gives us ideas on how to make the best of it. I used it for our Jr. High Bible class and it was a good conversation starter and problem solver.
How to keep your sanity while preserving your kids' Mar 31, 2000
This is a great book for any youth leader. It provides sensative and thoughtful insight into how hard it is for teenagers growing up in today's world. All too often, adults forget that they, too, were once teenagers.
This book uses sound Biblical references in trying to show teenagers that they are: 1) not alone, 2) their parents DO love them and 3) their parents are not out to get them!
I am using this book for an 8-week Bible study with 9-12 graders at my church for Sunday School. They found the 2nd chapter about the inside of your parents' minds hilarious and helpful. Yes, they DO believe there is a microchip in their parents' brains that is programmed to ruin their lives and their fun! The chapter on sibling relationships is equally well-done.
I think this book is providing good food for thought for my kids about how to survive in their families and make a difference, not only in their families, but in the world as young disciples of the Risen Lord.