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Raising Extraordinary Boys

Vol. 81, Prg. 1–5
March 10–14, 2008

With a house full of energetic boys, it’s tempting to just give up! But instead of giving up, begin setting an example—from teaching leadership skills to wise money habits, your example is the most effective tool in raising godly sons. On this week’s Home School Heartbeat series, we’ll hear more about this topic from Denise Mira, a homeschooling mom with five boys, as she shares the biblical approach to cultivating godly character in your sons.

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Homemaker & Historymaker
A Builder of World-Changers
Raising Fathers and Leaders
Teaching a Solid Work Ethic
Steering Clear of Indulgence


Denise Mira Denise Mira
Denise Mira, author of No Ordinary Child: Unlocking the Leader Within Your Child, is the mother of five sons; young men who love the Lord, the church and the Kingdom of God with all their hearts. She and her husband of 27 years, Gregory, have homeschooled their sons for over 20 years. Denise has not only survived the long haul of raising boys to be men, but has watched God build them into leaders before her eyes. Denise has traveled extensively, both nationally and internationally, inspiring change as she shares the message God has given her for families. She is passionate about helping moms and dads train up children for the glory of God. Denise and Gregory live with two of their five sons in Northern California.

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Denise Mira's book offers insight to parents who want to provide the best upbringing for their children. In her book, Mira shares some stories and encouragment on how she set about raising her own children to be leaders and world-changers.

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