We all tend to use our accomplishments, our possessions, our looks, our intelligence, our personalities, our job statuses, or our abilities to win people’s favor at times. We want people to like us. We want them to think we are special, important, and successful. We often live for this.
Training your son to respect and protect women starts at an early age. If you allow your son to disrespect his mother or be harsh with his sisters, the chances are high that he will not naturally grow out of that.
Last week, I talked about the importance of being a World Changer so you can raise World Changers. This week I’m going to share with you the five “stones” needed to do so. While there are many strategies and tips you can use to help you on this journey, I have found these particular five habits to be indispensable in raising young men and women after God’s own heart. Are you ready?
How do we raise these fiery fighters? I can assure you it is not accidentally. It is intentional. It requires sacrifice and plenty of it. But before we explore the answer to this question, let me say this: We cannot pass on what we ourselves do not possess. We cannot raise World Changers if we ourselves are not changing the world.