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The Christ-Centered Home free pdf "EVERY FAMILY SHOULD READ THIS!" A survey by The Barna Group found that "parents typically have no plan for the spiritual development of their children- do not consider it a priority, have little or no training in how to nurture a child's faith, have no related standards or goals that they are seeking to satisfy, and experience no accountability for their efforts." The results of this are tragic. Recent reports have discovered that between 75% and 85% of children who grow up in evangelical homes leave the church by their sophomore year of college. Every day our children are bombarded by the culture and its message, yet they are not daily receiving the truth and message of Christ. Leaving the church to do that a few scant hours a week does little to combat the culture's sway. Yet, long before God established the nation of Israel to be His chosen people, and long before He established the church to spread His glory, He established the family to be the primary means of making disciples. Is your family fulfilling that mandate? In this must-read book for every Christian family, you will discover how the ancient Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9) is a blessing for all modern families trying to navigate in our present culture.

About Mark J Musser

Mark has a passion to communicate God's design for life and the family. He and his wife, Christie, have fostered 27 children and have one teen-aged son of their own. (And amazingly, he still has hair left!) Mark has a Masters in Christian Education as well as earning more than 100 Continuing Education Credits in the area of children and youth development, family dynamics, conflict-resolution within the family, discipleship in the home, effective discipline, parenting teenagers, dealing with different personalities, etc. He is further trained and certified through the National Center for Fathering (See: www.fathers.com) to lead various seminars and workshops. Mark and his family live in the Lehigh Valley of northeast, Pennsylvania. He loves Philadelphia sports teams--Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, and 76ers- so he knows much about pain and heartache. He enjoys playing sports, writing books, hanging with his family, and referring to himself in the third person.

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Author : Mark J Musser
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 21 January 2015
ISBN : 1507666659
EAN : 9781507666654
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 80 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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