Compliance or Christ?

Happy Friday! I have a treat for you today—two short, frank, power-packed videos from
Elyse Fitzpatrick.

Compliance or Christ?

In the first video, Elyse transparently shares her parenting journey, admitting it was nothing but moralism. If you’re a mother—or babysitter, or aunt, or neighbor to kids—you’ll appreciate this video. Even if you aren’t connected to kids, you’ll benefit, because all of us have tried to comply with the rules at one point or another.

Compliance or Christ? from Revive Our Hearts on Vimeo.

 

You CAN’T Love Your Brother

How do you point kids (anyone, for that matter) to trust Christ to help them with their selfishness? Watch this short video and find out. (Moms, it doesn’t get much more practical than this!)

You CAN’T Love Your Brother from Revive Our Hearts on Vimeo.

If you’ve enjoyed these short videos, you won’t want to miss Revive Our Hearts today as Elyse and her daughter, Jessica, talk with Nancy Leigh DeMoss about how to “Give Them Grace.” Throw out that rule-centered discipline; there’s a far more effective method—a grace-motivated approach that begins with the glorious truth of God’s love for sinners!

Share this post with a friend and then leave a comment below by Monday, July 15, for a chance to win one of two copies of Elyse and Jessica’s book, Give Them Grace.

Oh, and soak in more Gospel-centered insights from Elyse in person at Revive ’13: Women Helping Women in just ten weeks!

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About the Author

Paula Marsteller

Paula Marsteller

Paula has served with Revive Our Hearts for thirteen years. She is the author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom. There's nothing she loves to share more than the gospel-centered truths that have so transformed her own life: what it means on a daily basis to be "dead to sin, alive to God, and in Christ Jesus." Paula, Trevor, and their son, Iren, make their home in New York.

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