Midwest Book Review on Pilates for Parenting

Pilates for Parenting by Holli Kenley

Synopsis: “Pilates For Parenting: Stretch Yourself & Strengthen Your Family” by Holli Kenley is a personalized workout regime for parents, guardians, those contemplating parenthood and anyone else who is open to assessing their parenting attitudes and adjusting their approaches as they strive to build stronger parent-child relationships.

When it comes to implementing healthy roles and tackling heavy responsibilities of being a parent, Pilates For Parenting targets five strategic areas. The goals of the Warm Up, 3 Workouts and Cool Down include: Increasing awareness regarding the importance of parenting; Strengthening the skill of being present for children: Fortifying the skill of doing what is best for children; Honing the skill of meeting children’s needs; Increasing accountability as parents become purposeful in their parenting.

Critique: Unique, informatively instructive, and thoroughly ‘user friendly’ in tone, commentary, organization and presentation, “Pilates For Parenting: Stretch Yourself & Strengthen Your Family” will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to family and community library Parenting instructional reference collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Pilates For Parenting” is also available in a paperback edition (9781615994878, $17.95) and in a digital book format (Kindle, $5.95).

The Whole Youth Worker

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Being a youth minister is not for the meek!

Youth ministry is difficult and you need every useful resource you can get your hands on. The Whole Youth Worker, 2nd Edition is advice straight from the heart of a guy who has been in the youth ministry trenches for over a decade. Whether you are a youth minister rookie or a seasoned pro, The Whole Youth Worker, 2nd Edition should be on your resource shelf. Inside the new 2nd Edition, you will find advice on:

  • Being a professional inside the office
  • Dealing with criticism
  • Balancing family and ministry
  • Challenging your congregation's definition of success
  • Creating a more parent-friendly ministry
  • Creating a clear vision for ministry
  • Ministering to others when your spirit is struggling
  • Staying health as a form of worship

And new insightsavailable only in this edition include:

  • Advice on interviewing well
  • How not to let an event become bigger than God
  • Celebrating successes
  • When good kids make bad choices

Youth Ministers and Pastors Acclaim for The Whole Youth Worker

"Here is a brass-tacks companion for those who would aspire to being not a master but a servant, one who is willing to put forth great effort on the young, even though not all the recipients will be appreciative. Jay Tucker is the opposite of preachy, he is practical and instructional with down-to-earth language that brings a smile."
--Most Rev. Heyward B. Ewart, PhD, DD, Metropolitan Archbishop, Holy Catholic Church International

"If you want to hear from the heart of a youth worker who struggles to enjoy the Monday-to-Friday part of youth ministry and wants to help you get through it too, then you need to read The Whole Youth Worker."
--Mike Kupferer, Youth Ministry Exchange

"In The Whole Youth Worker, Jay gives us a glimpse at what it's like to be in the trenches--both good and bad. You will read this book and say, 'Been there--it's good to know I'm not alone!'" --Rev. Bill Fisackerly, IV, Gulf Cove United Methodist Church

Learn more at www.JayTucker.net

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