Book Review: With All Due Respect

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With All Due Respect by Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock

This book is a treasure trove of wisdom for parents raising tweens and teens.  Filled with many practical applications to everyday situations, the authors encourage parents to examine their hearts, find Christian mentors, bathe situations in prayer, and speak the truth in love. The book has 40 days of dares for parents to apply.

I enjoyed the book’s daily format of Bible verse, story, bottom line, application, questions, and prayer.  I have three children ages 8-12, so this book speaks to my current situation and gives me preparation for their teen years.  I read Dare 28, “Avoid the Blame Game,” aloud to my children as an effort to help them resolve conflict, and I already sense a positive change in their interactions.  I have recommended this book to several other parents of tweens.  Thank you Nina and Debbie for writing such a relevant book based on God’s principles.

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