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Multiple parenting resources all available in one ebook!The Christ-Centered Home 10 Things Every Christian Parent Must Do Two Bonus Marriage Articles Two Bonus Parenting Articles Ten Bonus Easter-Themed Family Devotions The Christ-Centered HomeAMore Multiple parenting resources all available in one ebook!The Christ-Centered Home10 Things Every Christian Parent Must DoTwo Bonus Marriage ArticlesTwo Bonus Parenting ArticlesTen Bonus Easter-Themed Family DevotionsThe Christ-Centered HomeA survey by The Barna Group found that parents typically have no plan for the spiritual development of their children- do not consider it a priority, have little or no training in how to nurture a childs faith, have no related standards or goals that they are seeking to satisfy, and experience no accountability for their efforts. The results of this are tragic. Recent reports have discovered that between 75% and 85% of children who grow up in evangelical homes leave the church by their sophomore year of college.Every day our children are bombarded by the culture and its message, yet they are not daily receiving the truth and message of Christ. Leaving the church to do that a few scant hours a week does little to combat the cultures sway. Yet, long before God established the nation of Israel to be His chosen people, and long before He established the church to spread His glory, He established the family to be the primary means of making disciples. Is your family fulfilling that mandate?In this must-read book for every Christian family, you will discover how the ancient Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9) is a blessing for all modern families trying to navigate in our present culture.10 Things Every Christian Parent Must DoThe choices we make today will affect our childrens choices tomorrow. How we live day to day will shape how our children make entertainment choices, whether or not they cultivate a life of prayer, how much they invest in Gods Word, what their view of church will be, if they will develop a servants heart, and what kind of parent they will be. Indeed, fifty years from now, what our children and grandchildren will be doing may very well come down to the way we train and equip our children today.You may have heard it said, Your actions speak so loudly, I cant hear what you are saying. The great preacher, Charles Spurgeon, put it like this, A mans life is always more forcible than his speech. When men take stock of him they reckon his deeds as dollars and his words as pennies. As parents, our words are important, but what our children will remember in the end is what we do as we live out our lives in front of their watchful eyes.Do you know what you should be doing as a Christian parent? Do you understand what essential characteristics must be modeled for your children and teens? These are the questions this family-defining book seeks to answer.Bonus ArticlesMark Musser has written several articles on a variety of parenting and marriage topics. He has included four of those articles in The Parenting Pack!The Christ-Centered MarriageCultivating Oneness in MarriageTrain Up a ChildGetting Beneath the Surface10 Bonus Easter-Themed Family DevotionsAs a special holiday edition, there are ten days worth of family devotions included in The Parenting Pack. Each day, you will find a Bible passage to read along with a devotional thought. From there, you will engage your children with a series of questions. The first is simply designed to get them talking, the rest focus on the days lesson. At the end of each devotional, you will also be provided suggested prayers.