Como Pastorear el Corazon de su Hijo (Shepherding a Child's Heart, Spanish Edition)

Cómo Pastorear el Corazón de su hijo es acerca de cómo hablarle al córazon de su hijo. Las cosas que su hijo dice y hace fluyen del corazón. Lucas 6:45 lo pone así: "... de la abundancia del corazón habla la boca." Escrito pata padres con hijos de cualquier edad, este libro iluminador provee perspectivas y procedimientos para pastorear el corazón de su hijo por las etapas de la vida.

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By Heather (Miles City, MT) · ★☆☆☆☆ · February 13, 2009
A lot of Christians suggest this book, but it goes against the very core of Christian parenting. It sets up an adversarial relationship under the guise of Grace and Mercy. ...more
By Kate (Lynnwood, WA) · ★☆☆☆☆ · July 07, 2009
There were several parts in this book that I agree with, and also several that I disagree with. I really like the part about showing your children how their behavior is an overflow of their heart.

However, I really didn't like the author's emphasis on using "The Rod." The author says: "If you fail... ...more
By Melody (Austin, TX) · ★★★☆☆ · May 12, 2011
Ahhh! This book is killing me. I really appreciate parts of it. Particularly those talking about communication, helping a child understand their own heart, the importance of modeling and asking forgiveness for your children, respecting your children, etc. I also appreciate his assessment of the i... ...more
By Dalaina (Yorba Linda, CA) · ★★☆☆☆ · January 10, 2013
Written in 1995 and revised in 2005, Shepherding a Child’s Heart contains some truly timeless truths about children: they are sinners in need of Christ. With this foundational assumption, author Tripp lays out what he believes parents should do according to Scriptures in order to shepherd their c... ...more
By Carla (Durham, NH) · ★☆☆☆☆ · April 28, 2009
I must say I'm not a big fan of this book. I understand his basic premise is that behavior is a reflection of the heart or what is in our hearts (i.e., sin) and so if you don't deal with behavior at its root level, then you are just bandaging the problem. My concern with his method of discipline... ...more
By Stephanie (The United States) · ★★☆☆☆ · January 06, 2015
The title sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? Getting to the heart of the matter. Dealing with heart issues. Etc. I like much of what Tripp has to say, but his “child-rearing” strategies are extremely hard-handed.

Consider this sample dialogue between a father and his son -

FATHER: Do you remember what G... ...more
By Joshua (Riverbank, CA) · ★★★☆☆ · September 15, 2013
I finally finished this book after months and months of reading portions with breaks in-between. It is difficult to judge whether a parenting book is good in general based on whether it's good for my family in particular. I would say that the author makes his case from a Biblical perspective, and... ...more
By Rebekah (Palmer, AK) · ★★★★★ · January 20, 2015
I always have my eye out for really good Christian living books, and my interests these days include Marriage, Family, Music, Children, and Youth since I deal with those things on a daily and weekly basis. Wow! It’s tough finding any practical, conservative, biblical, how-to reading! However, Ted... ...more
By Catrina (Sand Springs, OK) · ★★☆☆☆ · May 10, 2009
I found a couple of points in this book very helpful. However, I honestly felt the author's views to be dogmatic and his tone very condescending. As much as Christian parents strive to create a loving, nurturing, and respectful environment with God at its center, much of Tripp's ideas just did no... ...more
By Scott (The United States) · ★★★★★ · October 25, 2014
I should read this book every year to remind myself the goals of childrearing. Very biblically based look at how to approach discipline, rules, etc. ...more