Isn't There Another Way?



YES, There is Another Way! 
My name is Ed Miller.
Have you ever thought, “There has to be a different way to work with my kids?” Do you find yourself reacting to their annoying and challenging behavior with frustration and anger? The result is a vicious negative cycle that damages relationship. You’re not alone!

I’m here to tell you that there is another way. You can use a proactive strategy that focuses on training your child’s heart and molding character and even strengthening relationships. This requires an intentional change of approach and most parents need help making this strategic transition. We have parent coaches who will train you in the use of this strategy and guide you in developing a specific and unique plan for your child.


Dr. Scott Turansky has been field-testing this strategy for more than 20 years. He has more than proven the concept. In 8 weeks, you can help any child of any age with any problem. Miracles will happen in your family if you put in the required work.

Find a personal coach or learn about the self-directed approach.
We spend a lot of our time and energy trying to fix problems and correct behavior. It's easy to get stuck in that rut and become very negative and frustrated as a parent. Children today have more problems than at any time in history for many reasons. (That's also a subject for another article!) That means that parents are often bombarded with challenging behavior caused by weak character, ADHD, OCD, Autism Spectrum issues, diet, and on and on. 

So what's a parent to do?
  1. Identify the most challenging problem you're having with one of your children. 
  2. Identify a character quality that would help counteract that negative behavior. 
  3. Set up a meeting with your child and "cast vision" for that character quality. Consider what that "desired future" looks like for your child. What kind of adult do you hope for them to become? Paint a picture for them. 
At this point, parents often ask me for more help with "how" to do this. Well, your wish is my command. I've made a video
with a young man who is playing the role of my son. We'll call him "Joe" and we've decided to work on his anger problem. (Note: This young man is working on this heart quality in real life. I'm his wrestling coach, so this is a real-life story. I'll be making more videos with Joe, so you can follow his progress. Please pray for Joe!) 

I'll be "casting vision" with Joe for the character quality of "self-control."  The main Bible verse that I'll use with Joe is the Proverb in this graphic above. As you consider how to cast vision, think about painting a picture of a desired future where this character quality is strong in your child.  Here's the video.


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Suggested Action: Focus on one child and identify one problem. Consider what character quality might help the child deal with that challenge. Have a meeting with the child and cast vision for that character quality.
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We have an Online Biblical Parenting Support Group starting very soon. You get the same training you would with a personal coach, but for half the cost. You still get personalized input on the plan you're working on with your child. The next Group starts on February 19, 2017 and I'll be the coach. Email me at ed@biblicalparenting.org or call my cell 609-203-0672 for more information.

Click Here to Read More About This Online Support Group

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