This chapter of the Parenting Handbook contains nine articles and is 27 pages. A great deal of parenting is teaching children how to do things and modeling which things are important. Like sponges, children will absorb what overflows from our hearts, so in a sense, there’s no faking our true priorities. Yet there’s so much intentionality parents should bring to helping kids become self-sufficient stewards of the gifts God has given them. Too often we underestimate their abilities or find it quicker to do it ourselves. But teaching with intention from the earliest ages will pay big dividends for years to come.