Are We Raising Uncommon Kids? We Should Be! 4

“If I wanted my daughter to change, I realized, the change had to start with me.” – Sami Cone

Raising Uncommon Kids: 12 Biblical Traits You Need to Raise Selfless Kids

This book gives a powerful message – one we often do not think about. I consider myself a very compassionate, kind, and caring person. When I give, I give everything I have. I hope that I am teaching my kids to do the same as they watch me – leading by example. But something I failed to do, I think, for quite some time, was actually talk to them about it. About being a good person – unconditional love, gentleness, forgiveness, patience, gratitude, humility, and more. I think it has become more and more difficult to let go of that status quo and just raise uncommon kids.

What does it mean to raise uncommon kids?

The single greatest lesson parents teach their children isn’t anything they say–it’s what they do. And while most parents would say they want to raise compassionate kids, they might be surprised to discover just how little they’re actually modeling the behaviors they hope to pass on.

Being a parent is hard and we NEED! I think my teens teeter back and forth, but for the most part, they are very compassionate. They both really learned and had their first experience with compassion and love when we adopted our daughter. For my son, it was an instant sister – and he welcomed her with open arms! For our daughter, it was opening herself up to us as her new family. A lot of unconditional love up in this house!

Raising Uncommon Kids: 12 Biblical Traits You Need to Raise Selfless Kids

In this unique book, Sami shows parents a new way to look at molding their children, one in which focusing on adding good behaviors and attitudes is more powerful than eliminating bad ones. Grounding her advice in Scripture–specifically the twelve characteristics found in Colossians 3:12-17– She offers plenty of stories from her own life to show these principles in action. And she offers practical things parents can do right now to create a home and family that exhibits love, harmony, and generosity of spirit in a self-centered world.

Raising Uncommon Kids: 12 Biblical Traits You Need to Raise Selfless Kids

If you’re looking for a hands-on guide to teach your family how to have unconditional love, gentleness, forgiveness, patience, gratitude, humility, you’ve found it! Sami Cone’s practical style is a breath of fresh air. Instead of the “pie-in-you-face” method of just telling you how to parent, she focuses on the entire family and how they can work together to make a difference.

Raising Uncommon Kids: 12 Biblical Traits You Need to Raise Selfless Kids is available on Kindle or in paperback. Go grab a copy now – you will thank me later!

Get Raising Uncommon Kids for FREE for a Limited Time!

That’s right, this weekend ONLY, you can get Sami’s first book, Raising Uncommon Kids for an incredibly low price! Many online retailers are offering a sale on the Raising Uncommon Kids eBook, resulting in a great deal for you. And if you take advantage of some of their additional offers (like signing up for a free account), you can actually get the book for free as well.

For a VERY Limited time, you can get Raising Uncommon Kids (eBook) for free (or close to it) depending on where you order from. I’ve listed all the deals below (with the best deals first), but remember, they are only good for a few days. Click the store name to head there immediately:

FREE: Kobo (when you sign up for a FREE Kobo account, you get a $5 credit, making Raising Uncommon Kids FREE right now! Otherwise it’s $1.99)
$1.99: iBooks

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About Renee

Founder of ThatsJustLife.Com, Contributing Author of The Mom Quilt and The Mom Village, Blogger, Tech Guru, PR, Brand Management, Business Development. Content and Social Media Manager at Element Associates. Over the last year, she has put a large focus on community building, digital outreach campaigns and social media management. Renee is also an entrepreneur in network marketing and graphic & web design. Renee lives in Arkansas with her husband and two very busy and energetic teenagers. She loves meeting new people and taking on new challenges!

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