The Blessing is one of those books you wish every parent would read. Not just parents but anyone that works with children and youth. And not just them, but just about everyone. It’s good for any relationship.

A blessing instills a deep sense of self-worth and a stable sense of emotional well-being. The blessing involves five elements: meaningful and appropriate touch, a spoken message, attaching high value to the one being blessed, picturing a special future for them and an active commitment to fulfill the blessing.

This updated and revised edition contains practical ideas and exercises, questions to ponder, and links to web video. The book also contains a challenge to individuals and churches to be apart of a  movement to spread the blessing to children.

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