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Creative Correction: The Bible Study: Extraordinary Ideas for Everyday Discipline by Lisa Whelchel
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Studio: Lifeway Christian Resources
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.23" Width: 7.08" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.74 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2008
Publisher Lifeway Christian Resources
ISBN 1415828962 ISBN13 9781415828960
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More About Lisa Whelchel
Lisa Whelchel, whose first appearance on The New Mickey Mouse Club launched her busy acting career, is best known for her role as Blair on the perennial hit TV show The Facts of Life. Now a busy homeschooling mother, speaker, and pastor's wife, she is the author of Creative Correction, The Facts of Life (and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me) and The ADVENTure of Christmas. Lisa and her husband, Steve Cauble, live in Texas with their three children, Tucker, Haven, and Clancy.
Lisa Whelchel currently resides in Dallas Lantana, in the state of Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Creative Correction: The Bible Study: Extraordinary Ideas for Everyday Discipline?
Buy the trade book instead Jan 18, 2008
Lisa Whelchel's "Creative Correction" is a good parenting resource. I was skeptical about the study because my kids are both teenagers: what could I do to better parent at this stage in my kids' lives? But I was pleasantly surprised to find that not only did Lisa and the Lord have some parenting tips for me. They also had in mind to give me a better understanding of my own relationship as a child with God and my parents. I would recommend this study specifically to parents of younger children because they will definitely gain maximum benefit from it, but anyone who is (or plans to be) a parent or in a Christian leadership position would reap wisdom from it as well.
However, the video teaching didn't give me anything that wasn't already in the workbook. And the material in the Bible study workbook comes directly from Lisa's trade book of the same name. So, buy that, instead.
Great Book Aug 13, 2006
This book is just wonderful.......Definately a must read, the Lisa Whelchel Website was very helpful to me in making my "Purchasing" Decision.
The study book, and book, have both led me to some scriptures that were much needed and appropriate for my situation......Praise God that Lisa followed God and wrote this book!
I do not know where the first person got such horrible ideas from the book, maybe they should read it, as the other reveiwer had reccomended.
My opinion when I bought the book, if I could get just one idea, just one, to help me it would be worth it....I have received a lot more that I planned!
Loving Godly Discipline Jul 16, 2006
I LOVE this book and the Creative Correction Bible study I am going to at my local church. I am a mom of 3 and have been a teacher for 14 years and I find these ideas refreshing and innovative. They are ideas filled with common sense but the MOST important thing is they tie God's word into everyday situations and apply it in understandable ways to children's lives. The kids see that the Bible really does apply to them and can help guide them in their day to day relationships and choices and gives them a reason to make the right choice. I have chosen many ideas already to use in my home and will be using lots of others in my classroom as well. I haven't read another book that is so practical and helpful in raising children. If you actually READ it, you will see what I mean. Thank you so much for writing this!
Be "creative" in dumping poop in your child's room? How can this book have a publisher?, Jul 11, 2006
This is the study guide she uses to back up her disgusting claims in her hardcover book "CREATIVE CORRECTION." Whatever she says, Jesus would not approve of her disgusting methods. He said "Whoever harms one such as these had better be bound by a millstone and thrown into the sea." Pretty strong words that should make would-be degraders of children think again.
The "creative" in the hard cover book means suggesting punishments like putting children in handcuffs, and making them walk on dog poop. She doesn't believe in discussion, only immediate compliance to her commands, which are sometimes very absurd or cruel themselves, like not allowing bathroom visits.
She says she was "raised in the South where she was compelled to called all adults sir and ma'am." Is she saying her methods follow "good southern discipline?" Is filling a little boy's room with "manure" (page 75 in the book "Creative Correction") "good southern discipline?"
She gets "creative" by having them earn get out of jail (means punishment) free cards. Will the cards get them out of the punishment of "molding children" that uses "screwdriver" "hammer" and "sandpaper" techniques? (p.133) Hopefully her "respectful southern children" will respect themselves and give her a get out of HER jail free card.