Children's Ministry
Getting Over Guilt
God is your greatest advocate. He doesn't want you to parent with guilt.
Store Code: CM73
Format: Adobe PDF Premium Content - Click for info
Price: $9.95

Note: Due to arrangements with content providers, this downloadable tool is offered for individual purchase here, but isn't offered as part of the membership.


When it comes to guilt, it's a whole different ballgame when you're a parent. You might feel guilty about things you don't have control over. Or you might beat yourself up because you don't feel like the perfect parent. This guide offers relief. You'll be reminded that God is your greatest advocate and doesn't want you to parent with guilt.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduction: Guilty as Charged?
With a merciful Advocate on the side of guilt-consumed parents, who has the time to obsess over the forgiven and trite mistakes?

How I Kissed Guilt Goodbye
Lack of quiet-time with God topped my guilt list. Then I found three ways to stop being her own worst critic.

Guilt, Good and Bad
How God wants our guilt to move us to become better people—and better parents.

Desperately Seeking Time Alone!
What to do when guilt stands between you and refreshment.

Let Go, Let God
When it seems we can't do anything right as parents, God can give us just what we need.

Guilt and the Working Mom
Mary Whelchel, an expert on working moms, wants to help you be the parent God wants you to be.

Guilt and The Single Mom
Raising a child on your own is hard enough without burdening yourself with blame. Here's how to ditch the guilt.

Letting It Go
Why the only way to move forward is to put down the past.

Free Trial

Also of Interest
Faith at Home
This tool will help you begin to equip families to nurture the faith of their children.

Avoiding All-Out Church War
Confront conflict in your church and restore it to peace.

Spiritual Care
Find an army of trained shepherds and help your leaders care for chronically and wounded people in the church.

Three Kinds of Mentoring (free sample)
Different types of relationships require different kinds of skills.

Topics:Compassion, Family, Mentoring, Restoration
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Family ministry, Parents ministry, Pastoral care, Small group leader, Sunday school, Volunteer
share this pageshare this page

User Reviews

Average User Rating: Not rated

No comments

Submit Your Rating and Review *



1000 character limit

* Comments may be edited for tone and clarity.

Member Center
Log in

Meet Our Editorial Advisors

More from Christianity Today