Children of the Kingdom
A practical guide for successful spiritual parenting based on the love of God, the love of family, and the love of children.
Children of the Kingdom conveys a practical approach to educating children in a loving and supportive manner, with spiritual principles, virtues, and character development serving as the foundation for their learning and growth. Using the Bahá'í writings, as well as personal experience, author Daun E. Miller demonstrates that there is an alternative to the chaos and confusion that many parents see engulfing the world and that children can be raised to be guided by moral and spiritual principles. Parents and families often run into difficult questions regarding the best way to raise children, and this book provides spiritually based answers. Written in chronological order so that busy parents can find what they need quickly and easily, the book designates each age group as an important stage in a child's life and one that demands specific action on the part of parents. The guidance shared in Children of the Kingdom focuses on the nature of the soul and the vital reasons why we should educate our children spiritually.
Daun E. Miller is a writer, painter, world traveler, mother, and grandmother. She became interested in the spiritual education of children after her first child was born. Her first classes for children were at home and were later followed by organized classes for children of all ages. She cofounded a charter school based on the arts, and she taught spiritual parenting classes using a curriculum that she helped develop. She attended Wright State University and received her B.A. from the University of South Florida. She lives in Tampa, Florida.
Author: Daun Miller.
Format: Softcover book, 249 pages.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publishing Trust USA, 2010.