CHILD TRAINING TIPS What I wish I knew when my children were young  by Reb Bradley  -- (book -- 231 pages


This is not just another book on child training. It is a manual consisting of symptom lists which identify behavior problems, and expose trouble spots in parenting. 

This book has no equal!

Answered are questions like:

  • How can a parent tell if they've given control of their home to their children?

  • How can a child be trained to obey quickly when spoken to calmly and only one time?

  • What's gone wrong when chastisement doesn't work?

  • How can appropriate punishments be determined?

  • What are the most subtle signs of rebellion?

  • How do parents accidentally train their children to disobey them?

  • What can be expected of children at what ages?

  • What exactly is "sass" and how can it be stopped?

  • What is the difference between bribes and rewards?

This book is an absolutely invaluable tool for helping parents identify their blind spots.

Child Training Tips is also available in Korean

Biblical Insights into Child Training: Helping yours become a delightful family  -- (8 CD set) 
(Free syllabus available on download page)

Few parents today realize how peaceful parenting can be. Many assume that children need to go through "phases" like the "terrible twos" or the "rebellious teens" -- they are wrong. This series exposes to parents many of their blind spots and offers them a practical plan for raising delightful children who obey quickly and happily. Set includes "God, TV & the Family."  

CD set:
Video DVD set:   $90
(DVD s
et does not include "God, TV & the Family")

Influencing Children's Hearts
What I REALLY Wish I Knew When My Children Were Young --
4 CD set

Multitudes of homeschool parents around the country, including leaders, have graduated their first batch of kids, only to watch their graduates go wayward. Many were model homeschoolers while growing up, but sometime after their 18th birthday they began to reveal that they didn’t hold to their parents’ values. In this 4-session set Reb exposes blind spots in parenting which contribute to the breakdown of relationship between parents and children, and thereby increase prodigal tendencies. Every homeschooler and every family-minded parent needs to hear these messages. While Reb's Child Training Tips book teaches how to shape children's behavior, this series explains how to influence children's hearts.

Session titles include:

Solving the Crisis in Homeschooling
Winning Your Children's Hearts: Influencing Through Relationship
Raising Children who Love God
The Power of a Strong Family

Audio CD set:  $28    (Free syllabus available on download page)

Parenting Teens with the Wisdom of Solomon
6-session set CD or DVD  by Reb Bradley 

Many parents apply biblical parenting principles and find it easy to rear their young children, but they make the mistake of trying to use that same approach when their children reach the adolescent years. Such parents often rely upon sheltering and strict control, yet watch their teens escape the home as soon as they are old enough. Other parents back off entirely, only to see their teens become ensnared by the world and divided from the family. Fortunately, God has not left us without help. In the Bible King Solomon modeled for us a perfect balance of leadership and liberty in his dealings with his teenage sons. In this session Reb examines Solomon’s approach and shows how to make the transition from parenting children to young adults.

PTW:  6-disc CD set $39          PTV: 6-disc DVD set $80

(Free syllabus available on download page)

Private, public, and homeschool...
Solving A Crisis in Christian Parenting

Why so many prodigals?
96-page book by Reb Bradley      $9     SCH

Multitudes of Christian parents, including veteran homeschoolers, have graduated their first batch of kids, only to watch their graduates go wayward. Statistics indicate it is happening at a higher rate than ever before. Many were model children while growing up, but sometime near their 18th birthday they began to reveal that they didn't hold to their parents' values. In this book Reb exposes blind spots in parenting that breakdown relationship between parents and children, and thereby increase prodigal tendencies. Every dedicated parent needs to read this book.

Beyond Obedience: Raising Children Who Love God and Others
4-disc set     (audio & DVD) 
(Free syllabus available on download page)

Many parents believe that the goal of parenting is to raise self-governed, obedient children. They content themselves when their children grow up obedient and remain active in church. However, self-control and respect for authority are not the end goals of child training – they are merely the foundation. God’s top goal for our parenting is that our children learn from us to love God and love others. This set exposes parenting blind spots and offers a plan for raising children whose chief trait is love.  Includes 'When Family Becomes an Idol."    

CD $28      DVD - $60


Balancing Love, Discipline, & Rewards
Single CD  by Reb Bradley    $7

Without proper biblical discipline, children can be sources of great stress, and they grow up lacking qualities and character traits necessary for maturity. However, many discipline-minded parents exasperate their children because they fail to distinguish between "will" and "skill" issues. They seek to motivate by punishment when they should inspire by rewards. The Scriptures reveal that God motivates by both warnings of curses, but also by promises of blessing -- by punishment, but also by rewards. Parents who learn God's balance will discover that their children flourish all the more.



The Delightful Family
Cultivating love, minimizing sibling rivalry, and forging strong family bonds
by Reb & Beverly Bradley   (3 CD set ) 
(Free syllabus available on download page)

Most parents today yearn for a peaceful home, inhabited by joyful, obedient children. They want their families to relate with kindness and love, yet many find only whining, complaining, and sibling rivalry. Worse, when children reach their teen years they sometimes pull away from their family and begin identifying with the world's youth subculture; some who were once respectful and attentive to family needs take every opportunity to be away, and may become embarrassed to be seen with their family in public. This 3-tape set will help parents create a strong family identity which will promote unity in the home and help develop lasting family bonds.   $21



Fathers: Saving the Next Generation: Equipping Your Children as Warriors for Christ
2 CD set    
(Free syllabus available on download page)

Drawing from Israel's parenting mistakes in the book of Judges, which led to their children's idolatry, this series outlines God's plan for raising your children to be warriors for Christ rather than pew-warmers or backsliders. It will also reveal how Satan gets to children by robbing fathers of a vision for leadership. $19


Loving and Teaching the Difficult Child -- by Beverly Bradley  (1 CD)

Teaching children at home is no simple task, but with some children it is more difficult than with others. This workshop is for the mom who has one type of particularly challenging child -- some would call him or her "A.D.D." These children are inattentive, highly distractible, fidgety, and impulsive. They fail to pick up social cues and have difficulty keeping friends. They are especially challenging, because they are disruptive to the education of their brothers ands sisters. These children receive excessive attention, but they often feel our anger and ultimately, our rejection. From her own experience, and with wisdom from God's Word, Beverly helps parents find a practical plan for loving and teaching difficult children. $7

God, TV, and Your Family
1 CD


A biblical and scientific look at the effects of TV on viewers. $7


 What the Bible Says About . . . Child Training - 2nd Edition J. Richard Fugate

This book is considered by many to be the deepest and most comprehensive work on biblical child training ever written. It has the depth of a seminary textbook, yet the simplicity of a practical how-to manual. It was through this book and the associated video series that Reb received his foundation for biblical parenting. That is why Reb recommends his own “Child Training Tips” as a supplement to this excellent work.

Reb regards this book as invaluable, because it delves into the workings of a child’s heart and offers to parents a Bible-based plan for teaching self-discipline and godly values. It is no wonder that this book has been accepted by thousands of Bible-believing churches as the standard text on child training for almost twenty years.

This 2nd edition publication contains 80 new pages of author comments, examples, and anecdotes.                                                                      CTB  $13.00


What the Bible Says About Child Training
Workbook/Study Guide
By J. Richard Fugate  


This Workbook/Study Guide is a companion to the book to What the Bible Says About Child Training, by J. Richard Fugate.

It contains 88 pages of review questions, personal application and discussion points, and memory verses for each chapter organized within a suggested 13-week schedule of reading assignments and class discussions.                                           CTW      $14.95


Toilet Training in Less Than a Day
by Azrin & Foxx

Whatever the reason, some children are not toilet trained by three or four-years-old (a few even by five +). For those parents this book can solve their problem once and for all.  It can also be helpful for parents of a first child who are insecure in approaching this area of child training.  $6



No Ordinary Child: Unlocking the Leader Within Your Child 
153 page book by Denise Mira

Many parents are concerned for their children’s survival. They look at the pressures of the world and want their children to hang in there until they finally reach adulthood. Such parents are just hoping that their kids make it through their teen years spiritually intact, and settle in to faithful church attendance and regular potluck-going. When this occurs these parents will finally rest.

There is a problem with this mentality. Hoping for children to survive is like being content with them treading water and simply not drowning in a swimming race. The goal in a race is to win – not survive. Parents who want to see their children merely survive must reset their sights to helping them thrive! Survival is about self-preservation – it is self-focused. Thriving is about advancing the Kingdom – it is about God and others. Healthy people don’t just hold ground – they take it! This book encapsulates this idea beautifully. It is a wake-up call to average Christian parents. It helps them see the latent spiritual potential in each of their children to be leaders in the Kingdom of God.