Parenting With Perspective

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by Kim Meyers

Parenting is hard. There are many demands and expectations families face – but what if there was a way to see things differently and rise above the daily grind? 

In Parenting With Perspective, pastor and parent Kim Meyers skillfully weaves together the golden threads of wisdom, faith, and perspective. In a world that validates perfection Meyers’ is a fresh voice and friend for parents in every season of child-rearing.

Available October 1, 2021

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by Kim Meyers

Parenting is hard. There are many demands and expectations families face – but what if there was a way to see things differently and rise above the daily grind? 

In Parenting With Perspective, pastor and parent Kim Meyers skillfully weaves together the golden threads of wisdom, faith, and perspective for parenting as a Christian in today’s culture. Pastor Rev. Kim Meyers looks at the realities of parenting as a Christian in today’s culture. This funny, engaging, and practical debut is full of good ideas and insights from leading family experts. In a world that validates perfection Meyers’ is a fresh voice and friend for parents in every season of child-rearing.

Available October 1, 2021

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3 reviews for Parenting With Perspective

  1. Lynd Lynd (verified owner)

    Grace, Forgiveness and Taking care of you.

    This isn’t a “How to book” on parenting but more of a best friend when things go wrong or you don’t know where to turn. The definition of perspective is a way of regarding situations or topics etc. Kim provides different insights into how to look at a situation from both a parent perspective and a child perspective.

    Kim’s 5-5-5 mantra applies to just about any type of relationship – parenting, friendships, life partners or even work relationships. Life moves fast and it can be hard to determine if what is happening in the moment is really as “life changing” as it appears so stop and ask yourself … will this matter in 5 minutes? Will this matter in 5 days? Will this matter in 5 weeks, 5 months, 5 years. Then determine next steps based off your gut reaction to those questions.

    The other piece of advice from Kim’s book is the importance of taking care of you. If you don’t take care of you, then you have nothing to give anyone else. My worse parenting memories are when I overreacted due to being overly stressed out and not taking time for myself to stay focused on the bigger picture.

  2. Vanessa Wampler

    Sometimes it takes another parent to honestly tell it like it is – which is why I love this book so much. Parenting at any stage can be so much harder than you expect it to be, and there is so much stress that comes with being one. This compassionate, totally non-judgmental book, is just what every parent in the thick of it needs. It made me feel that what I experienced as a parent was normal; even the things I never thought other people would be experiencing. This book is a relatable reminder letting you know that it’s okay to be the “Worlds OKest” parent. It also does a great job of reassuring you that you’re not a bad parent and you’re not alone. I HIGHLY recommend this book!!!

  3. Diane Henry

    This note is to share something with you that goes along with your podcast #70 which I felt was VERY interesting – for me as a grandparent and for ANYONE to understand. (I have many teenage grandchildren.) Please listen to this song my teen grandson wrote:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km3o2IObNU0
    If you need the lyrics I can send them too.

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