Ephesians 6:1 "Children obey your parents in the Lord for this is right."
Use the tips below, and begin taking steps toward teaching your child to obey. As a result, you will yield a well-rounded child who you will enjoy taking anywhere at any age. They will be a blessing and joy to your family and all who know them. They will bring honor to you and to God. Parenting and obedience training is hard work, but it is worth it.
-Give a clear instruction.
-Account for the child’s age.
-Expect the same behavior at home as you do in public.
-Be consistent with your rules or don’t make them at all.
-Make your rules the same as your kid’s rules and lead by example.
-Be solid. No means no and yes means yes.
-Allow freedom within boundaries.
-Back up what you say.
-Change your voice tone to be firm and serious when giving directives.
-Reward obedience and good behavior.
-Role play the behavior and responses that you desire.
-Treat your child with kindness and respect.
-Design and organize your child’s environment.
-Be a firm disciplinarian while simultaneously showing great love and affection for them.
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