Total Family Makeover

8 Practical Steps to Making Disciples at Home

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Total Family Makeover
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Published September 2016

Train children in the way they should go; when they grow old, they won’t depart from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6

God calls us as parents to be key disciple-makers in our children’s
lives, but if we’re honest, some days it’s a battle just to get them
dressed and ready for school on time. How can you mold their hearts when
sometimes you can’t even find their shoes?

In Total Family Makeover, author Melissa Spoelstra gives parents a
way—a sort of spiritual track to run on—when it comes to building family
discipleship. She focuses on eight key habits of growth:

• Spending Time in Prayer
• Reading God's Word
• Growing Through a Mentoring Relationship
• Finding Community in the Church
• Serving Others
• Taking Time to Rest
• Giving Back to God
• Sharing Your Faith

Disciples are made, not born. Whether your children are babes in arms
or teenagers getting ready to leave the nest, making disciples at home
starts with you! Give your family a makeover with this practical
approach to helping your children learn what it means to be a follower
of Jesus.


About the Author

Melissa Spoelstra

Melissa Spoelstra is a popular women’s conference speaker (including the Aspire Women’s Events), Bible teacher, and author who is madly in love with Jesus and passionate about helping others to seek Christ and know Him more intimately.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Bible Theology and enjoys teaching God’s Word to diverse groups and churches within the body of Christ. She is a contributor to Girlfriends in God online devotional as well as Proverbs 31 ministries First Five app. She is the author of eight Bible studies (Acts, The Names of God, Romans, Elijah, Numbers, First Corinthians, Joseph, and Jeremiah) and four books (Total Family Makeover, Total Christmas Makeover, 30 Days of Prayer for Spiritual Stamina, and Dare to Hope). Melissa makes her home in Waxahachie, Texas, with her pastor husband and four kids.