Hey everyone! I'm really excited to bring you this review of Pass It On. Pass It On is a 256 page "how-to" book for parents to not only approach delicate topics such as sexuality, but also to celebrate milestone moments in their child's life.
About the book:
"Parents often experience a "freak out" moment when they realize their children's view of God will primarily come from what they learn at home.
Most parents spend more time helping their kids succeed at academics or athletics than infusing shared spiritual experiences into the rhythm of everyday family life.
While the idea of strategically passing down our faith can seem intimidating, the annual Rites of Passage Experiences contained in Pass It On make it easy for your family to celebrate milestones from kindergarten through high school graduation. Forever change the direction of your family's spiritual legacy . . . starting now!"
My first thought was, "WOW, this is a nice book." And I hadn't even opened it yet. the cover of the book feels almost like a leather or suede. I have no idea what it is that does that, but the book FEELS good in your hands. when I got passed that I started reading it. I found it well written, and well organized. I liked the suggestions of milestones to celebrate, and even the suggestions of HOW to celebrate them. The treats/symbols/ceremonies are not expensive or lavish, and they would not promote a sense of entitlement. Actually, 1 celebration actually teaches against entitlement! Overall, I found this book to be quite useful and I plan to execute many of the ideas.
Social Media and the Authors:
Jim Burns is president of HomeWord and executive director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University. He has more than 1.5 million resources in print and a radio broadcast heard on 800 stations a day. Jim resides in Southern California with his wife Cathy and their three daughters.
Connect with Jim online: website, Twitter, Facebook
Jeremy Lee is the founder of ParentMinistry.Net, a subscription-based service for children and youth ministry workers. He was on the writing team for the Simple Truth Bible from Group Publishing and the Ignite Study Bible from Thomas Nelson Publishers. Jeremy lives in Nashville with his wife and children.
Connect with Jeremy online: website, Twitter, Facebook
**I was given a copy of this product in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not required to write a positive review, nor was I compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed here are my own or those of my family. **