Faith Training: Raising Kids Who Love the Lord

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Focus on the Family Publishing, Mar 19, 1998 - Religion - 352 pages
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Instill in your childen a life-long love for God with Faith Training, a unique and highly effective approach to rooting your kids firmly in the Christian faith. Faith Training shows parents the importance of winning kids to the Lord, and how to do it.

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This product is a bit dated

User Review  - Carrie - Christianbook.com

The advice given in this book is still applicable today, but it did make some references to outdated technologies. I took away from it some very good advice though and have implemented a lot in our family life. Read full review

Just what I was hoping for!

User Review  - mamadough - Christianbook.com

This is a great resource book for our group of younger women! I bought 10 of these to share with younger moms as part of a mentoring program. It's a wonderful "go-to" book on daily living with ... Read full review

Contents

Join the Race
9
Its NeverToo Late
19
Single Moms Single Dads Grandmas Grandpas
27
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Joe White served as area agent in horticulture production and marketing for the LSU Agricultural Center/Extension Service for almost 29 years. With an M.S. in Horticulture and a Doctor of Philosophy in Horticulture, White previously wrote for Louisiana Gardener magazine, provided hundreds on horticultural broadcasts on KCBL and KNCB and has been a regular columnist for The Shreveport Times for 30 years. White was also one of the founders of and occasionally appears on "Successful Gardening," a master gardener educational program on Times Warner cable. White is a charter member of the Louisiana Horticulture Society and he and Dan Gill were the recipients of a Professional Achievement Award in 2001 from the Louisiana Nursery and Landscape Association.

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