God's Best Is Your Child: A Home School Mom's Teacher's Guide in Etiquette & Character for Children & Teens-

  • Title: God's Best Is Your Child: A Home School Mom's Teacher's Guide in Etiquette & Character for Children & Teens
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  • Released: 2013-04-17
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  • Pages: 114
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About the Author Dr. Jeanne Sheffield's life has transitioned from a professional performer in show business in variety television in Los Angeles to her exciting, always challenging position as founder and director of Southern Grace Place USA located in NW Washington, DC. If you remember the days of variety television or the hit TV series "Here Come The Brides" you saw her as David Soul's girlfriend or remembered her as one of the original Dean Martin Gold Diggers" She has fond memories of being a regular on the Glen Campbell "Good Time Hour, the Mac Davis Show, and the Andy Williams Show. Today Dr. Jeanne wears many hats as inspirational singer, composer, voice, piano, character, and etiquette teacher, and author. Her new book, "God Brings Out The Very Best In Me", is offered for purchase through her web site, SouthernGracePlaceUSA.com, Authorhouse.com and Amazon.com. Dr. Jeanne's interest in the development of America's Youth led to a creative position as etiquette columnist for the Collierville Independent Paper and Southaven Press in both the Tennessee and Mississippi regions. During this time she studied to complete her masters degree in Christian counseling and her doctorate in theology from Jacksonville Theological seminary in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Jeanne been featured as one of America's outstanding etiquette teacher's in Memphis Woman's Magazine, as well as Parent's magazine. The mission Dr. Jeanne Sheffield holds in her heart is for parents, their children and teenagers of America and around the world to appreciate the value of her work in both "God's Best Is Me" Christian and etiquette character studies and her Mom's collaborating teacher's guide. She originally created this workbook as a self-enrichment program because of her concern for her inner city students who were greatly lacking in social skills, etiquette and character values. Dr. Jeanne felt compelled to develop a program that would address all of these pdf