Being A Parent
Allah refers to children as gifts from Him. They should be loved, cherished, and considered a blessing to have. From the delivery room to your child’s first steps into adulthood, Parenting Matters delves into one of the greatest, but also the most testing experiences we may undertake in life: parenthood.
What does it take to raise your children in accordance with Shariah? Islam provides the most comprehensive guidelines on how to raise and nurture them. Parenting Matters will not only provide knowledge on some of the most fervent topics of Islamic Parenting but most importantly provide practical and relevant steps to facilitate your job: Muslim parenting.
What You Will Learn
- Your child’s rights upon you
- How to deal with the “terrible two’s”
- Home School vs Public Schools vs Islamic Schools
- How to teach your child to pray and love the Quran
- Teen challenges and gender mixing in the West
- How to address your child having bad friends
- What to be careful of with modern technology
- Dealing with problematic addictions: drugs, pornography, etc.
Sheikh Alaa studied for his Bachelors in Shariah from the American International University and earned a scholarship from the Shari’ah Academy/Mishkah University in Florida. Sheikh Alaa has also received his ijazah of Quran recitation for Hafs an Asim and studied comparative religion for five years through the IPCI in South Africa. He was on the board of directors of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth. Sheikh Alaa worked as Vice-President of Business Development for an international company and during this time he competed and was placed first in the 1992 Bermuda Triathlon. He also trained in conflict resolution, crisis management, six sigma, communication skills, advance train the trainer, and inclusion training. He teaches Home Sweet Home and Parenting Matters courses for AlKauthar Institute around the world.
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Regular Price AUD $50 (You will be charged in USD $35 approximately)
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