|Cultivating your child’s potential||Vol. 62, Prg. 26–30|
September 26–30, 2005
How can you prepare your child’s heart and mind for whatever God calls him to do? Homeschooling mother Zan Tyler helps answer that question as she shares insights from her new book, Seven Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s Potential. Your child needs a foundation built on God’s Word and your unconditional love so he can be confident in who he is and in God’s plan for his life.
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Zan Tyler has been a homeschooling mother, lobbyist, political strategist, and media spokesperson since 1984. In 1987, she was honored as the South Carolina Homemaker of the Year. She and her husband, Joe, founded the South Carolina Association of Independent Home Schools in 1990 and Zan served as its president for 10 years. The governor of South Carolina awarded Zan the Order of the Palmettothe highest honor a civilian can receivein 1998. Zan speaks on a wide variety of homeschooling topics and finds it one of her greatest joys in life to encourage other homeschooling mothers.
Zan is the Homeschool Resource and Media Consultant for Broadman & Holman Publishers and the Homeschool Editor for LifeWay.com. Her work appears in a variety of publications, including the prestigious Peabody Journal of Educationand the Home School Court Report. She coauthored Anyone Can Homeschoolwith Dr. Terry Dorian in 1996 and has appeared on NBC's Today Showwith Katie Couric. Zan's new book, Seven Tools for Cultivating Your Child's Potential, will be released in June 2005.
Zan Tyler describes the charge God gave to parents: to love their children and train them to love God. She explains seven ways that parents can raise children who are strong in faith, confident, and prepared to fulfill God’s plan for their lives. Order by clicking on the above link.
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