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In an increasingly conflicted world, Christian parents seek ways to navigate their role and prepare their children to walk with Christ. Raising Kids for Tomorrow’s World: 12 Keys to Preserving the Faith presents a roadmap based on I Thessalonians 2 for building a culture of faith in the home. With the essentials in place, parents will more effectively pass biblical faith to the next generation. From “Discover Boldness” to “Be the One Your Children Want to Imitate,” parents will be strengthened to persevere with confidence.

“Raising Kids for Tomorrow’s World is a tremendous resource for anyone interested in passing biblical faith to the next generation! It’s profound, yet practical — perfect for a small group setting.”

Laura Burton, Director FamilyLife Local, OKC

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Announcing Preserving the Family!

Announcing Preserving the Family!

The beginning of a new year typically brings reflection and renewed vision. As we move into 2022, we plan to broaden the focus of 12 Passages for Parents and include more resources for parents and families. This site will now be known as... Preserving the Family Good...

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To Live Content

To Live Content

When going through some of my mother's treasures recently, I came across one of my grandmother's bibles. It is small in size, published in 1902 by University Press, Oxford, England. This bible was a gift to my grandmother, Sara, from her brother who signed it, To...

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The Gift of Fathers

The Gift of Fathers

Since we have been thinking about fathers recently, Cheryl and I wanted to share a chapter from our upcoming book, Raising Kids for Tomorrow's World:  12 Keys to Preserving the Faith. This book was written with small fellowship groups in mind. Each chapter includes...

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What is the Truth About Truth?

What is the Truth About Truth?

Truth is getting a lot of attention these days. We commonly hear the phrases, “my truth” and “your truth.” What is truth? How is it measured? How do we know we are believing something that is really true? According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, truth is “the body of...

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Table Training for Deliberative Democracy

Table Training for Deliberative Democracy

During the 1960s, I was blessed to be part of family gatherings around the large Victorian dinner table on my grandparents’ dairy farm, documented by one of my cousins with the latest, greatest Polaroid camera. At the time, I did not realize I was being schooled in...

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