Cultivating the Souls of Parents is a blessing to read. Tina Webb writes with wisdom and grace every parent needs, speaking right to the heart with words of life and light. The call to cultivate our own hearts as parents so we can faithfully tend to our children is right on. Sixteen years in ministry to adolescents and their families brought me back to this truth again and again. Raising children is no quick trip around the block, but a long and challenging journey, and our children deserve our very best. Thanks to God, we can be immeasurably more, according to His power at work within us. Tina faithfully calls us back to the source of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness and self-control so we can be all God desires for us to be. To God be the growth and the glory!― Keith Rogers, Life Groups and Growth Pastor, City Church
“For almost twenty years in lay ministry, Tina offered biblical insight to individuals in the areas of spiritual, emotional, and generational healing. She believes that God not only wants to save individual souls but establish godly lineages. Families are the building block of society. In considering how to achieve societal reformation, Tina explains how we must attend to the spiritual, emotional, and physical aspects of our humanity. This book is an excellent resource for those who want to make a difference in their spheres of influence.”
—Stephen McDowell, Author of Monumental – Restoring America as the Land of Liberty Study Guide President of Providence Foundation,
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Millions of people want a nation that offers equality and healing between races, generations, and socioeconomic classes. The climate of present-day America presents anger and fear instead of hope. From hashtag movements to substance abuse increase, the media and statistics reveal that people are hurting.
Culture Changers pivots readers into a life of intentional partnership with God in healing the broken-hearted and repairing relational and systemic breaches.
Many of us recognize the declaration of God in this hour: lives must shift. By walking alongside people in their journey towards wholeness, we can be hands that strengthen the weak and voices that unlock vision. By understanding how God created us, spirit, soul, and body, we will confidently help people discover how to overcome the obstacles they face each day. Individual wholeness carries corporate benefits on every level- family and community.
God is accelerating a move to undo what spiritual and natural forces have implemented against humanity. Many of you will become a part of this Spirit-led movement, which will realign individual lives with divine intent. Individuals shape families and families are the bedrock of communities. God is asking us to be Culture Changers who will, through one-on-one interaction, help millions of people change their trajectory of tragedy into one of triumph.
If one by one we counted people out For the least sin, it wouldn’t take us long To get so we had no one left to live with. For to be social is to be forgiving. Robert Frost – “The Star Splitter”
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Fatherhood, Emotional Health and God.
An interview with my husband, Doug Webb.
Launch Team Member wrote: I loved the section on why impatience is unfair to our kids. The questions you gave to help determine whether it was time for a consequence or if I need to better explain the ramifications of their actions were so helpful. I too have been learning the importance of addressing the issues of the heart behind the behavior. I would love some more examples of how you have navigated this.
Racism: God Story Sunday
Tina Webb and two other African American members of her church discuss how faith helped them deal with the reality of racism.
Drugs and a Daughter’s Recovery
Sherry Cotton shares what she learned through by helping her daughter stay clean.
Reader asked: As someone who grew up in a legalistic environment, “self-love” and “self-acceptance” feel wrong because I was taught my identity is in my sinful nature, rather than in the gospel. (I’m just a sinner, saved by grace.”) Practically speaking, how do I overcome the barrier of legalism to accept my new identity as fully accepted and fully pleasing to the Lord?
A reader asked: How do we balance being transparent in our emotions with our children without being emotionally needy? How do we function as a source of strength and security for them, but also remain approachable, where our children are aware of our humanity?
A Launch Team member asked: I would love some examples of ways to affirm the sonship of our adolescents. I have a son who hates to fail at anything and it feels so important to do what I can to teach him to have confidence in who he is in Christ.