How to Bring Your Children to Christ... and Keep Them There: Avoiding the Tragedy of False Conversion

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GENESIS Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2005 - Religion - 175 pages
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"Eighty-eight percent of children raised in evangelical homes leave church at the age of eighteen never to return."Nothing is more important than where your kids will spend eternity. As a parent, you don't want to suffer the heartache of your children rebelling against their Christian upbringing. In this practical book, noted author/evangelist Ray Comfort counters the unscriptural belief that a child can be saved merely by "asking Jesus into his heart," and shows parents (and children's workers) how to guide their children to experience genuine salvation and avoid the pitfall of rebellion. Filled with creative ideas for family devotions, tips for safeguarding kids from harmful influences, and great suggestions for helping kids learn God's holy standard, the Ten Commandments.

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Review: How to Bring Your Children to Christ...& Keep Them There: Avoiding the Tragedy of False Conversion

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

LOVE this book! So many great helpful illustrations and advice, with sound Biblical teachings, to aid in raising our children up right with a true love and understanding of Christ. He offered so many ... Read full review

Review: How to Bring Your Children to Christ...& Keep Them There: Avoiding the Tragedy of False Conversion

User Review  - Pat - Goodreads

Challenging short read that deals with the need for our children to experience repentance for their sins before they can truly understand and accept Jesus' death on the cross for salvation. Don't ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

RAY COMFORT is the cohost (with Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television program "The Way of the Master". He is the founder of Living Waters Publications and is dedicated to equipping Christians with resources to fulfill the Great Commission. Ray is the bestselling author of more than 70 books, including "The Evidence Bible", a Christian Book Award Finalist. He has written for Billy Graham's "Decision" magazine and his literature is used by the Moody Bible Institute, Leighton Ford Ministries, Campus Crusade For Christ, and the Institute for Scientific and Biblical Research. Ray and his wife, Sue, live in Southern California, and have three grown children.

Kirk Cameron is best known as the lovable teen heartthrob Mike Seaver, of the award winning series Growing Pains. He entertained audiences worldwide as the charming troublemaker. He is also known to many Christians as 'Buck Williams' from the Left Behind films -- based on the NY Times runaway bestselling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins. But much more noteworthy than his acting career was his conversion to Christianity. Kirk was not raised in a church-going home and describes himself as a devout atheist from a very young age. By the age of 14 he was so convinced there was no God that he laughed at those who thought there was. But that all changed one afternoon as he sat in his sports car pondering the first Gospel message he had ever heard. SPANISH BIO: Kirk Cameron es mas conocido por su personaje como el adorable rompecorazones, Mike Seaver, de la galardonada serie de television Ay, Como duele crecer! Su papel de travieso encantador, fue el entretenimiento de una audiencia mundial. Tambien es conocido entre cristianos por su personaje 'Buck Williams' de la serie Dejados Atras---basada en la inesperada novela mejor vendida de la lista NY Times escrita por Tim LaHaye y Jerry Jenkins. Pero mas notable que su carrera como actor fue su conversion al cristianismo. Kirk no crecio en un hogar donde se acostumbrara ir a la iglesia y se describe con un ateo devoto desde una edad muy tierna. Al llegar a los catorce anos de edad, estaba tan convencido de que Dios no existia, que se burlaba de aquellos que creian lo contrario. Pero todo cambio una tarde mientras que se sentaba en su carro deportivo meditando sobre el primer mensaje evangelico que habia escuchado.

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