Less Than Perfect Making Home Work
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Less than Perfect - Making Home Work in a Broken Society
Bible Principles for Raising Children and Building Families
Raising kids and building families is tough these days. We live in a broken society that celebrates sin and minimizes family relationships.
Is it possible for Christian parents in today’s society to raise emotionally healthy kids who love God and are equipped to do God’s will for their lives?
Yes. Emphatically, yes.
God has entrusted you, as a parent, to care for and raise your children for Him, and He has given you the resources you need for the job. Specifically, He has given you His Word to guide and His grace to enable.
That doesn’t mean it will be easy or that it will happen on autopilot. It isn’t, and it won’t. The truths presented in these pages are not parenting hacks—tricks to have well-behaved kids. They are principles studied from God’s Word, tested in the laboratory of the author’s home, and applied to the challenging topics and multifaceted responsibilities today’s parents face.
In these pages, discover what it means to invest in your children and how you can bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
|Publication Date||October 14, 2016|
|Print Length||320 pages|
|Dimensions||5.25" x 8.25"|
|More books from||Paul Chappell|
Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church and president of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster, California. His biblical vision has led the church to become one of the most dynamic independent Baptist churches in the nation, and his Christ-centered leadership philosophy has become a model for hundreds of future leaders. He has been married to his wife, Terrie, since 1980 and is the father of four married children who are all serving in Christian ministry.