November 17, 2016


Every children made mistakes. They rebel. They argue and at most of the times, they disobey.

This phenomenal has been made known to us through Proverbs 22:15 but we do not just stop at where they rebel. We acknowledge that children are still children and our role as a parent. In allowing our children to grow and enjoy life, yet at the same time a form of discipline that holds them to fear God is still required.

Proverbs 23: (NIV)

13 Do not withhold discipline from a child;
    if you punish them with the rod, they will not die.
14 Punish them with the rod
    and save them from death.


We do not allow any form of punishment such as screaming, calling names, labelling nor canning on the children. We will address their weaknesses and disobedience with discipline.

  • Reproof
  • Heart to heart talk
  • Meditation
  • Prayers (with parents)

Our discipline guide were taken from several resources.

Ginger Hubbard, (2001). Wise Words for Moms Pamphlet
Ginger Hubbard, (2004). Don’t Make Me Count to Three



Tedd Tripp, (1995). Shepherding a Child’s Heart

John Rosemond. (2013). Parenting by The Book: Biblical Wisdom for Raising Your Child.


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