We like to call this “The Honor Book.” Honor transforms the way your family interacts! Honor is more than just behavior change. Honor comes from the heart. After doing a study of honor in the Bible we define it this way: Honor is treating people as special, doing more than what’s expected, and having a good attitude. Wow! If kids can learn that, they’ll do better in life in general. And the fun thing is that it’s not just for kids. The whole family needs honor.
What an impact honor has on a family. The more members of your family that you can get on board with the biblical concept of honor, the closer you’ll be. You’ll be glad you invested in your family when it comes to this concept of honor.
It affects the way people think, the way they act, and the way they treat others around them. Honor motivates parents to treat children differently. It gives children more constructive ways to interact with their parents. It helps siblings develop tolerance and patience. Honor builds incredibly strong bonds that, in turn, benefit all members of the family. This book shows you in practical ways and shows how honor can transform your family.
Families can thrive today. But success is more than just having two cars, a nice house, a dog, and 2.5 children. It has to do with character development and how equipped family members are to relate to others outside the family. It involves creating homes where children and adults are able to make mistakes and learn from them, growing spiritually, emotionally, and relationally with each other. Even families that have broken apart or who have suffered significant wounds can develop the qualities necessary to be successful. Single-parent families, blended families, and reconstructed families are all finding real solutions through honor.
This book offers a hands-on approach with specific ideas and strategies to change the way your family relates. As you implement these ideas, you will see amazing results and your family will grow closer together. Eight Family Together Times are included at the end of the book to introduce your family to the concept of honor.