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Worldproofing Your Kids: Helping Moms Prepare Their Kids to Navigate… (edição 1997)
por Lael F. Arrington (Autor)
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Worldproofing Your Kids: Helping Moms Prepare Their Kids to Navigate Today's Turbulent Times por Lael F. Arrington
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The turbulence Christian kids face today while at school, on the job, and with their friends is enough to make any mom apprehensive. Practically everywhere your children turn, their values are undermined and right and wrong are decided by what "feels good." Respect for life has given way to demands for abortion and the "right" to die. And the media, with its slick, glitzy magnetism, promotes both destructive values and dangerous lifestyles to your kids.But, moms, you are the first, best line of defense against this cultural tide. And here in this book are teaching strategies, learning activities, and resources--all to help you pass on a Christian worldview so that your children can confidently navigate the rapids of life with the steadfast truths of God."A must-read for Christian Moms." --Lindsay O'Connor, author ofIf Mama Ain't Happy, Ain't Nobody Happy"Common sense, logic, and godly principles can prevail against a society that laughs at absolute Truth. ReadWorldproofing Your Kidsto clarify your own beliefs and to challenge the worldview that bombards kids daily." --Beverly LaHaye, Chairman, Concerned Women for America"Finally--a way for busy moms to help their children hang onto faith in the midst of a hostile culture! We will use this book in our home for many years to come." --John Eldredge, Public Policy Director, Focus on the Family"This book will help guide conscientious parents along the path to critical thinking--and their kids will benefit enormously." --Phillip Johnson, Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley and author ofDarwin on Trial
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