Laine Lawson Craft
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Proven Strategies to Win Back Your Child with Laine on the 700 Club
This week, I had the priviledge of being interviewed by The 700 Club on The Christian Broadcasting Network. I spoke about how your child can fall into the struggles of rebellion and addiction, why it seems like children are becoming rebellious at a younger and younger age, and how creating a proper battle plan can help win back your prodigal. I explain how to partner parents with God. You can safely hand over control of your children to God. Realizing that our children are God's creation and they belong to Him, we can release them into God’s care. By giving God full ownership of our prodigals and continuing in a partnership as parents, we are putting our assured victory directly in God’s hands. Things We Talk About in this Episode: How do we fight against the sin that is holding our child back without going to war with our child themselves? Why is it so important that you as a parent pray for your child? How can we learn to pray properly for our children in the midst of their battles? What is the best battle plan we can create as parents to help fight for our prodigals? How can The Parent's Battle Plan: Warfare Strategies to Win Back Your Prodigal help? Resources: Our listeners can read more about my interview with the 700 Club through this article at the link here: www2.cbn.com/article/amazing-stories/proven-strategies-winning-prodigals-back Order Laine's New Book, The Parent's Battle Plan: Warfare Strategies to Win Back Your Prodigal, here: www.amazon.com/Parents-Battle-Plan-Strategies-Prodigal Thank you so much for joining me for this episode of Warfare Parenting. I hope you've found some encouragement or helpful info in this episode to help you on your journey. If you have a specific topic, you'd like me to talk about or a guest you'd like me to have on the show. Please feel free to send me a message on Instagram or Facebook. You can even text "Hi Laine" to 55444. Follow the podcast, so you never miss an episode, and leave me a rating and review. I would be so grateful!
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