The Strong Family

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Zondervan Publishing House, Jul 1, 1994 - Christian life. - 320 pages
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Families are deteriorating in today's society. From discovery and rampant immorality to child abuse and rebellion, it seems that the close-knit and loving family is becoming extinct. But strong families are not just found in Little House on the Prairie reruns. It is possible to enjoy a warm and wonderful family life, if you know how to go about it. In this award-winning book, Chuck Swindoll offers timeless, biblical insight to help you build a deeper and richer family life. He encourages you to set biblical priorities that will enable your family to enjoy each other in the good times and stay together through the bad times. Fourteen warm and lively chapters offer guidelines to help you fill your home with love, laughter, and mutual respect . . . and a treasure chest of memories. No matter what ages your children are, or how difficult your circumstances, The Strong Family offers a rewarding and inspiring look at creating a family that sticks together and stays together.

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Swindoll as always is down to earth, practical and most important, biblical. Read full review

Contents

Laying the Foun
11
Masculine Model of Leadership
27
Positive Partner of Support
47
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About the author (1994)

Charles R. Swindoll was born on October 18, 1935 in El Campo, Texas. After his duty in the Marine Corps, Swindoll entered the Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated with several honors including the Harry A. Ironside Award for Expository Preaching and the Faculty Award for Most Outstanding Graduate. Swindoll became a pastor in several churches across the United States, and later became president of the Dallas Theological Seminary in 1994. He has written over 60 books and booklets and was chief editor of The Living Insights Study Bible.

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