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    Why Children Matter


    With a note to the reader from Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York

    3.45 Stars on Goodreads Read Reviews

    In an age when common sense too often gives way to the opinions of “experts”, Arnold offers an approach to childrearing that is grounded in faith. This short book offers concrete steps to encourage parents who want to pass on to their children the values their parents gave them.


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    About The Book

    Raising a child has never been more challenging. In his latest book, pastor Johann Christoph Arnold offers time-tested wisdom and common-sense advice on what children need most, what holds a family together, and how to rediscover the joy of parenting.

    With chapters on founding a family, the unborn child, birth, motherhood, fatherhood, teaching respect, building character, discipline, the role of grandparents, the special child, consideration for others, teenagers and more, Why Children Matter is a timely handbook for every parent and anyone who cares about children.

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    Table of Contents

    1. The Childlike Spirit
    2. Founding a Family
    3. The Unborn Child
    4. Birth
    5. Motherhood
    6. Fatherhood
    7. Creating a Home 
    8. The Role of Grandparents
    9. The First Years
    10. Teaching Respect
    11. Spoiling Your Child
    1. Discipline
    2. Explaining Life, Death, and Suffering
    3. Religious Education
    4. When Children Suffer
    5. The Special Child
    6. Adoption
    7. Children and Sin
    8. Building Character
    9. Consideration for Others
    10. Teenagers
    11. Conclusion