It is no secret that growing up in today's world is challenging. From the time children are conceived until they graduate from high school, parents have an average of nineteen years to prepare them to face the world on their own. In this short time span, we must successfully communicate to our children the value of their lives in such way that they pick it up themselves and carry it throughout their lives with great care.
Passionate children's advocate and ministry volunteer Kitty Havener relies on Scripture and on her experience as a mother of four to share inspirational advice intended to help parents embrace their children with the kind of love that will meet their needs, both today and in the future. She carefully considers what today's children are missing-what prevents them from living fruitfully. Havener also encourages parents to care for their children's spirits as much as they care for their minds and bodies, establish their children's self-worth as a valuable asset, and teach their children to live truthfully, choosing their own paths.
The Cry of the Children guides parents through the process of learning what our children really need from us and why we should listen to the cries of their hearts and then partner with God to meet their needs.