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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Parenting / Child Rearing
  • Language:English
  • Pages:45
  • eBook ISBN:9781618420671

The Children's Ketubbah Project

by Heidi Cooper

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Overview
Do you sometimes struggle as a parent, wondering if you are making any spiritual impact? What would happen if you wrote out your commitment to your children in the form of a ketubbah, a written contract? This book presents an idea to help you leave a spiritual legacy for your children.
Description
Do you sometimes struggle as a parent, wondering if you are making any spiritual impact? What would happen if you wrote out your commitment to your children in the form of a ketubbah, a written contract? This book presents an idea to help you leave a spiritual legacy for your children. A ketubbah is a written marriage contract between a husband and wife. They enter into a covenant relationship and the ketubbah lays out the terms. Traditionally, a ketubbah is written and decorated beautifully and hung on the couple’s wall. Each day, they can look at it and remember their commitment to their spouse and the responsibilities they have. YHVH (the personal name of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) made a covenant with His people, the Children of Israel. The Torah, the first five books of the Bible, is His ketubbah, His written contract with us, His bride. What if we wrote a ketubbah for our children? What if we wrote down our responsibilities as a parent and our commitment to our children? What if we showed it to our children to help them understand our love and commitment? How would our children respond? How would it change them? How would it change us? The Children’s Ketubbah Project is a challenge to parents. We want to know what would happen in families if we wrote ketubbahs for our children. Will you join us? In this book, you will find a suggested ketubbah, along with scriptural support for its content. We will also cover the importance of the weekly blessing. The last chapter contains additional resources that you may find helpful as a parent. Please join us as we seek to bless the next generation.
About the author
I have been married for eleven years to my best friend, and I home school our six children. We live on a farm where we raise goats, sheep, and chickens. I enjoy providing healthy food for my family, and researching school materials for my children. It’s a full life, so I am thankful for the time I can spend on my writing. I am passionate about learning Torah, and teaching it to my children. I want to see Torah affect people’s daily lives. I am amazed at how much YHVH taught me just while writing this book. He has given me so much, and I am happy to have the opportunity to share with others. I graduated from the Institute for Children’s Literature, and am currently working on children’s books about Torah, and parenting books. I also write and edit an e-magazine titled “Torah Family E-magazine.” I try to be very real in my writing, only writing the material my own family would use. It is a blessing to see other people benefiting from it as well. I enjoy writing about our daily life and home schooling journey on my blog. You can get to know me a little better there. Thank you so much for inviting me into your life for a short while through this book. I hope I was able to be used in a positive way. May YHVH bless you!
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