The Best-ever Christian Baby Name Book

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Harvest House Publishers, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 261 pages
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A name is usually the first important decision when a new baby arrives. In this helpful and fun book, authors Nick Harrison and Steve Miller offer Christian parents more than 5000 names and their meanings, along with interesting sidebars filled with facts and trivia relating to name selection. Included is a useful guide to hundreds of biblical names and their meanings.

Parents will learn the current most popular names given to newborns what "not" to do when choosing a baby name ideas for creating a name that ties into family history alternate spellings for their favorite names

plus more unusual insight into names and their significance.

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Review: The Best-Ever Christian Baby Name Book: Thousands of Names and Their Meanings

User Review  - Lori Mason - Christianbook.com

I bought this book for my daughter, who has lots of experience researching baby naming books. She is very picky and she tells me this is the absolute best she has ever read!!! She is very thrilled ... Read full review

Review: The Best-Ever Christian Baby Name Book: Thousands of Names and Their Meanings

User Review  - Savannah Dryden - Christianbook.com

I was not impressed with the name selection and some of the Biblical names have a different meaning then they do in the Bible. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Nick Harrison is a journalist and author of the bestselling devotional "Promises to Keep: Daily Devotions for Men Seeking Integrity." He lives in Northern California.

Steve Miller, author of C.H. Spurgeon on Spiritual Leadership, has worked in Christian publishing for 20 years as an editor and writer. He is co-author of several books and has written five children's books with his wife. Steve has served as a Bible teacher and in leadership positions in various churches since 1980, including twelve years leading the deaf ministry for John MacArthur's Grace Community Church. Steve and his wife reside in Oregon's Willamette Valley with their three sons.

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