Reggie and Carey have teamed up to write a book on Parenting– orange style. They are also leading a breakout on the same topic. Click here to read a description of this time. Parenting Beyond Your Capacity will be for sale at the Orange Conference. Why not get it signed by these 2 dads and […]
Reggie and Carey have teamed up to write a book on Parenting– orange style. They are also leading a breakout on the same topic. Click here to read a description of this time. Parenting Beyond Your Capacity will be for sale at the Orange Conference. Why not get it signed by these 2 dads and pastors? And here is a sneak peek from the introduction to give you a sampling of what’s inside:
When Carey and I first started talking about writing a book on parenting, it wasn’t because we believed we were parenting experts. We are simply dads who constantly try to remind each other about the important stuff related to our families. We both openly admit that we are
• somewhat dysfunctional,
• a little insecure,
• more stressed than we should be.
Oh, and there is one other fact that we will occasionally hide from strangers we meet. We are both pastors. That means we have spent most of our adult lives working in churches to help people grow in their relationships with God.
We don’t really consider ourselves to be experts on God or relationships. But we are both committed to a lifelong pursuit of figuring out how to love God and our families better, and to help other people do the same.
The ages of our children add up to nearly 120 years. That means we have collectively parented for over 43,500 days. So we have had a lot of time to experiment on our children. We have made a host of mistakes, but we have also had quite a few accidental discoveries that led to powerful and positive memories. Now that all of our children have turned out practically perfect, we are both comfortable writing a book about our parenting skills. (Not really … just checking to see if you were actually reading.) Let us rephrase: Now that we have realized there is something more important than getting your kids to “turn out right,” we are compelled to write a book about what we are learning.