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

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LIVING WATERS, Feb 14, 2005 - Religion - 175 pages
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"88% of children raised in evangelical homes leave church at the age of 18 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 shares time-tested principles to help parents (and children's workers) 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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User Review  - Kell - Christianbook.com

Just read this book and was so encouraged to read what has already been pressed upon my heart alot recently. Nothing could be more important for a parent. Read full review

User Review  - Sandra Hole - Christianbook.com

Very good thought-provoking book. Makes total sense from scripture why so many so-called "Christians" are living like the world--no desire for the things of the Lord. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Ray Comfort is the Founder/CEO of Living Waters Publications, an internationally recognized ministry whose aim is to reach the lost and equip Christians with every necessary resource to fulfill the Great Commission. Ray Comfort is the co-host (with Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television program "The Way of the Master," which airs in 200 countries around the world. Ray is a best-selling author of more than 80 books. He and his wife, Sue, live in Southern California, where they have three grown children.

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