Ten Secrets for a Successful Family: A Perfect 10 for Homes that Win

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Crossway, May 26, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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Do you want your family to be vital and victorious? To be successful in the ways that count? To have a home where your children learn to love God, love others, and turn that love into a living testimony for Christ?

As much as you want this, God wants it even more. So much so that He gave parents a blueprint for building a spiritually successful family: the Ten Commandments.

Unfortunately, our generation has come to view them as being more or less like black-and-white television: revolutionary "back then"; sorely outdated now. But pastor Adrian Rogers opens up the wonder of the Ten Commandments in a whole new way and encourages you to look at them again. When you do, you'll discover for yourself that they are not obsolete, as so many think, but absolute—and absolutely essential for your family today.

This book not only shows you how to teach these ten "liberating laws of life" consistently, creatively, convincingly, and compellingly, but lays out why it is so important.

Want your family to thrive? Take these godly principles to heart—help write them on your children's hearts—and watch as God passes His blessing on to those youngsters you cherish so much.

 

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User Review  - Laura - Christianbook.com

This book is a huge encouragement to parents and families desiring to teach and live by the Ten Commandments in today's society. Adrian Rogers is a gifted speaker,communicator and writer. He reveals ... Read full review

User Review  - Carrie Daws - Christianbook.com

What a wonderful guide to the Ten Commandments! It was lovingly convicting and very insightful. I highly recommend it to all parents! Read full review

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The late Adrian Rogers was the pastor of the 27,000-member Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis. He served three times as President of the Southern Baptist Convention and wrote many books. He also reached many people through his television and radio ministry, “Love Worth Finding.”

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