Episode 155: Helping Our Children Embrace Humility

In this episode of we talk about humility and how to help our children embrace it. We talk about some very special books that can help us with this important lesson. In a world celebrating pride for everything, the concept is often misunderstood if it is taught at all. However, as Christ followers, we are called to humble ourselves. And we are called to teach our children the same.

Show Notes with Links:

(00:00): Welcome
MOMCON Announcement
(01:10): Humility: the key to understanding our need for a Savior
(09:33): The Tower
(11:13): The Heart of Humility
(15:12): The Little Pot
(16:14): Do you know some good resources on humility for kids?
(16:33): Join our Facebook group
(17:13): Closing
(18:14): Celebrating our 3rd Birthday and the start of our 4th year at Books that Spark
(19:10): My books: Building Character through Picture Books Family Devotions
Nature Walk Devotions
Origami Bible Stories
Road Trip Kits

Books Discussed in this Episode:

Your Host: Terrie Hellard-Brown

Terrie Hellard-Brown writes and speaks to help children and adults find God’s purpose and plan for their lives. She teaches workshops and writes devotional books, children’s stories, and Christian education materials.

Her podcast, Books that Spark, reviews children’s books that spark imagination, emotion, questions, and discussion leading to teachable moments with our kids. Her podcast posts each Tuesday morning.

Her blog posts discuss living as a disciple of Christ while parenting our children. She challenges us to step out of our comfort zones to walk by faith in obedience to Christ and to use the nooks and crannies of our lives to disciple our children.

Terrie uses her experiences as a mother of four (three on “the spectrum”), 37 years in ministry (15 in Taiwan), and 32 years teaching to speak to the hearts of readers.

Her motto is “Life doesn’t have to be perfect to be WONDERFUL” and keeps her childlike joy by writing children’s stories, delighting over pink dolphins, and frequently laughing till it hurts.

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