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Building Trust and Modeling Grace With Kids – Terra Mattson

Kids learn grace through modeling so parents need to show grace to one another if they want their kids to be gracious. Parents can begin to show grace to their kids as they discuss discipline issues. This can be done through thoughtful and age appropriate consequences for misbehavior and through words of affirmation.

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