James B. Stenson has published many books on parenting over the years. He has a long track record as an educator, headmaster, writer and speaker, and writes in a very down-to-earth style based on considerable experience and feedback from parents over the years.
We have now collected all of his writings into a single set so that you can enjoy his timeless parental wisdom.
Preparing for Peer Pressure
The author provides a framework for guidance and discipline for young parents with children under 12. Anyone interested in cooping with the forces of consumerism has to begin well before the onset of puberty. This short book, originally published as a Scepter booklet in 1988 and frequently reprinted, helps parents strategize for: - forming character and respecting freedom. - learning the seven strengths of character. - detecting the danger signals for character weaknesses that lie in the home itself.
Preparing for Adolescence
Why don’t you trust me? Why do you tell me what I can’t wear? Why do you always correct my manners? If you’re hearing those kinds of questions from your children — or if you know that you’re going to — you need this informative guide. Educator James Stenson explains here how you can keep your children’s adolescence from being dominated by rebellion and conflict, and how to give your children clear moral direction. He even includes a question-and-answer section to help you plan for troubles before they arise.
Veteran educator James Stenson shows how to defuse adolescent boys’ defiance and how to form positive father-daughter relationships. Best of all, he details what fathers must do — and not do — in order to instill religious faith in their children.
Compass summarizes the lessons and experiences of parents to help them succeed as leaders for their children.
Father the Family Protector
In Father, The Family Protector, Educator James Stenson explores how fathers exercise their powerful and particularly masculine contribution to family life. His research comes from more than twenty years of working with families
To Be a Man
Culled from the wisdom of ordinary men who have gone before, this collection of practical advice tackles everything from the books one reads, to the friends he surrounds himself with, to the way he presents himself in social situations. When a young man takes these lessons to heart, he can be sure to become a man of great character, one who can joyfully and faithfully serve his family, his society, and ultimately, his God.