Leaving the Light on: Building the Memories that Will Draw Your Kids Home

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Multnomah Press, 1994 - Religion - 190 pages
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As a parent, you know that your kids will face trials and struggles after they leave the nest. But you can begin to prepare your children today---while they are still young--by building solid and lasting family relationships that will see them through those tough times. You can instill in them a confidence that even in the longest, darkest night, the porch light is always lit..showing the way to the one place where love is given freely, not earned or demanded.

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Contents

Get Me Home
9
The Foundation for All Loving Relationships
13
The Priceless Value of Affirmation
25
Copyright

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Gary Smalley

During more than thirty years as an author, speaker, and counselor, Gary Smalley has written fourteen books on family relationships with a combined total of nearly four million copies in print. He has earned several awards for his contribution to family life, including two Gold Medallions for excellence in literature. Gary and his wife, Norma, live in Branson, Missouri.

John Trent

John Trent is the president of Encouraging Words in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also a popular national speaker and author whose books include the bestseller Life Mapping. He holds a Ph.D. in marriage and family counseling and a master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. Gary Smalley and John Trent are the coauthors of numerous bestselling books, including The Blessing, The Language of Love,Love Is a Decision, and The Two Sides of Love.


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