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Motivating Kids to Reflect the Character of God, Part 2

A lot of parents want their kids to like them, and not to ever get mad at them. But these wishes are all parenting red flags. John and Danny emphasize that it's important to parent so that kids want to be your friend when they're 25 years old, not when they're young.

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