One Home at a Time

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Tyndale House Pub, Mar 6, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 267 pages
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Few would disagree that this country needs a revival. But how does such change come about? "One Home at a Time." Page after insightful page, Dennis Rainey combines biblical principles with practical guidelines to help readers revitalize their families and ignite a family reformation in our society. They'll learn how to integrate into their home the Family Manifesto-a dynamic, Scripture-based model of how the family should function-and see how keeping God's standards in their everyday lives can be a catalyst for widespread cultural change. It's a definitive guide for parents and couples who want to create godly homes and impact their communities.

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This book should be read by the head of every Christian family. It makes an excellent choice for a study by a couples' small group. It points out some core values that most Christians would agree with ... Read full review

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Great Book for Christian families. Read full review


The Ride Home
Here I Stand
A Family Again

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About the author (1999)

DENNIS RAINEY "is the president and cofounder of FamilyLife, a division of Campus Crusade for Christ. Dennis and his wife, "BARBAR "A, have spoken at FamilyLife conferences across the United States and around the world. Dennis serves as the daily host of the radio program, FamilyLife Today, where Barbara is a frequent guest. Dennis and Barbara have written several books. Both agree that their proudest achievement is their six children (with three more grafted in through marriage) and two grandchildren. The Rainey's live in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Howard G. Hendricks is distinguished professor and chairman of the Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of several books and has been widely published in periodicals such as Decision, Moody, and Christianity Today. Dr. Hendricks has served on the boards of numerous ministries, including Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, Promise Keepers, The Navigators, and Multnomah Bible College.

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