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Media Matters: Why Discernment in Your Childs Media Choices Matters (Parenting Pre-teens and Teens Book 3) Mark David Richardson

Media Matters: Why Discernment in Your Childs Media Choices Matters (Parenting Pre-teens and Teens Book 3)

Mark David Richardson

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A MUST READ FOR PARENTS OF PRE-TEENS AND TEENS!Someone once defined a teenager as a person who watches his weight by giving up candy bars before breakfast. Anyone who can hear a song by Bruno Mars played three blocks away but not his mother callingMore A MUST READ FOR PARENTS OF PRE-TEENS AND TEENS!Someone once defined a teenager as a person who watches his weight by giving up candy bars before breakfast. Anyone who can hear a song by Bruno Mars played three blocks away but not his mother calling from the next room. A whiz who can operate the latest computer without a lesson but cant make a bed. A seeming expert on everything, yet never seems to study. A connoisseur of two kinds of fine music: Loud and Very Loud. And a romantic who never falls in love more than once a week.Pre-teens and teens are that and so much more. They are our children, created by God and loved by us. They have passions, plans, personalities, and God-given gifts and abilities. Raising them is both a challenge and a blessing, and helping them to navigate the pitfalls of adolescence is a parents most pressing task.How do we help our pre-teens and teens handle peer pressure, the cultures sway, the desire to date, and all that seeks to influence their hearts and minds? Answering that question is the focus of Mark Davids Richardsons parenting series.In this latest installment, Mark details the great need for discernment in our childrens media choices. While todays technology offers many great benefits, parents need to be diligent and alert. Cellphones, the internet, TV, video games, and more can pose real threats to our childrens emotional and spiritual development.