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Children: Raising or Ruining?

          This is a book that carefully evaluates the role of parents in the lives of their children. In this volume the author raises and answers questions about parenting that are often over looked. All children are given parents, but why? Many species bear young they are completely capable of surviving on their own, but not people. What is the primary function of parents in the life of the child. The task of parents is raising children, but exactly what does that mean? And when, if ever is that task accomplished?


      Identifying the purpose, goal and motives of parenting are essential to being effective as a parent. The author carefully addresses each of these areas provoking the reader to think about and evaluate the answers to these questions. The book also addresses the practical issues of parenting such as discipline, education and stages of parenting.

       The underlying premise of the book is the God created parents and children. As such, the instructions provided in the Bible provide the basis for what it means to be a good parent and a good child. Each reader will find much helpful information and insights into parenting in the pages of this book.

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MY BELOVED ADDICTION!

My Beloved Addiction is a book that begins with a focus on overcoming addiction but ends up being a journey in Christian discipleship. Addiction is an intense expression of the same sin and idolatry that is common to all people. What sets addicts apart from other people is the degree of devotion to their sin and their willingness to sacrifice all else for it. All people are addicts at heart. 

Those who would be considered non-addicts are held back from full-blown addictions by some influences in their life. Non-addicts are unwilling to sacrifice everything else to the selfish idol called addiction.Addiction is, first and foremost, a spiritual problem. As such, true victory over addiction requires a spiritual solution. Many programs for addicts have a spiritual component. Some direct the addict to a god who will give them the strength needed to be sober. Yet the spiritual component of such programs is viewed as a means to sobriety and only addresses the symptoms of addiction. To the deg…

You CAN Understand the Bible

This book strives to identify significant and major biblical themes. The premise is that by understanding the big picture in the Bible, it will be easier to see how the smaller pieces fit together. 

         The principles of careful interpretation are rigorously applied to the Bible to accomplish this goal. This book is an introductory overview intended to aid in understanding the
arrangement, patterns and cohesiveness of the Bible. It is hoped that as your understanding of these things increases, you will also develop a hearty appetite for God's Word. It is also hoped that in reading this book you will find great encouragement in realizing that you personally can understand the Bible. 

         May you develop a lifelong excitement for personal study of what God has revealed in His Word.

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Good Sermon Brother!

"Good Sermon, Brother!" is intended to help anyone understand the Bible accurately by paying careful attention to interpretation.

         The volume is especially designed for the non-professional preacher and Bible teacher, but has application to all those who want to know what the Bible says.

          The book challenges the reader to identify what constitutes a good sermon and what makes for a bad sermon. It evaluates the relationship between the type and quality of interpretation and the validity of the message presented in sermons or Bible studies.

         A number of interpretation methods are evaluated and a thorough explanation is provided for how to
use a consistently reliable interpretation method. Good Bible interpretation answers the question about what the original author communicated to the original audience in the original setting. 

   The reader is guided through the interpretation process and becomes familiar with the Historical-Literal-Grammatical method.

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