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by Douglas Jacoby

eBook The Quiver (Christian Parenting in a Non-Christian World) epub
  • ISBN: 0976758369
  • Author: Douglas Jacoby
  • Genre: Christians
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Illumination Publishers (2005)
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • ePUB size: 1761 kb
  • FB2 size 1844 kb
  • Formats lrf lrf doc azw


For further clarification, please see Douglas and Victoria Jacoby, Principle-Centered Parenting: Christian Parenting .

For further clarification, please see Douglas and Victoria Jacoby, Principle-Centered Parenting: Christian Parenting in a Non-Christian World (Spring, Texas: Illumination Publishers, 2017). This is the updated version of our original The Quiver: Christian Parenting in a Non-Christian World (Spring, Texas: Illumination Publishers, 2005, 2007). Categories: Family Circle, Q&As.

Since 2003, Douglas has been a freelance teacher and consultant. With degrees from Drew, Harvard, and Duke, Douglas has written 25 books, recorded 300 podcasts, and spoken in 500 cities in 111 nations around the world

Since 2003, Douglas has been a freelance teacher and consultant. With degrees from Drew, Harvard, and Duke, Douglas has written 25 books, recorded 300 podcasts, and spoken in 500 cities in 111 nations around the world. He leads tours annually to sites of biblical interest (like Rome, Athens, and Jerusalem). He is also professor of theology at Lincoln Christian University. com (free), has nearly 10,000 pages of Christian resources

Hello and welcome to Christian Parenting in a Non-Christian World. I love to encourage people and help people when they may be struggling with parenting or their faith, or just any aspect of life.

Hello and welcome to Christian Parenting in a Non-Christian World. I love to encourage people and help people when they may be struggling with parenting or their faith, or just any aspect of life ers, it may be building sky scrapers, and for others it may be homeschooling your children

Quiverfull is a theological position held by some conservative Christian couples belonging to various Christian denominations, that sees children as a blessing from God. It thus encourages procreation, abstaining from all forms of birth control (incl.

Quiverfull is a theological position held by some conservative Christian couples belonging to various Christian denominations, that sees children as a blessing from God. It thus encourages procreation, abstaining from all forms of birth control (including natural family planning) and sterilization. Some have referred to the Quiverfull position as Providentialism, while other sources have simply referred to it as a manifestation of natalism.

This is a fantastic parenting book In this family-hostile environment, Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller’s The Christian Parenting Handbook comes as welcome relief

This is a fantastic parenting book. Great advice from a Christian perspective (but not so faith focused that it is inappropriate for non-Christians). Short chapters make it easy to read for 5 minutes and still get a great take-away. You won't be sorry if you read this. In this family-hostile environment, Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller’s The Christian Parenting Handbook comes as welcome relief. Turansky and Miller focus on identifying and enhancing character development, not behavior modification, from a biblical perspective. They advance 6 principles

Written by an award-winning author, this well-organized and comprehensive introduction to global Christianity illumina.

Few Christians, however, would be content to keep this reference merely historical. That is to say, the believers in the church picture themselves as in a plight from which they need rescue. Although their faith tradition is historical-i. they believe that transactions with the divine do not occur in the realm of timeless ideas but among ordinary humans through the ages-the vast majority of Christians focus their faith in Jesus Christ as someone who is also a present reality. For whatever reason, they have been distanced from God and need to be saved.

Midway through the book, ignores Greek, Hebrew, and Latin pronouns and appellations used thousands of times indicating that Father יהוה is indeed a male, and never once to the contrary.

What are the parenting principles of the Bible? Are we guaranteed "success" if we teach our children the word of God, or are there exceptions? When is a child old enough to become a Christian? What is the greatest threat to our families, and why do so many parents do little or nothing to prevent it from brainwashing their children with worldly values?
Comments: (6)
inform
I am always looking for was to improve my parenting, with my goal being that I raise compentent, God Loving children that are not a burden to society. I thought this book brought up some good points.
Wal
This was a great book...I've read others by Doug Jacoby. This has a lot of good practical and spiritual advice for raising kids.
X-MEN
Excellent with lots of practicals and scripture references.
elektron
This book stands apart from other parenting books especially in that it has a multicultural feel to it. Other parenting books seem to always have a very US culture slant and much of that does not apply to those of us who are raising kids outside of the US, in another cultural context. When I read this book many years ago, I felt very inspired and encouraged by the Jacobys. It made a difference in my parenting!
TheMoonix
One of the great things about Doug's work is his ability to provide in-depth information in a balanced way. He always tries to present information in a respectful, careful manner while staying true to the integrity of God's Word. In this particular book, his wife Vicki joins him and adds such wonderful insight from a mother's perspective. They are both extremely witty but share uniquely from their own personal experiences. The book offers great practicals and biblical illustrations that parents can add to their parental toolboxes. Their advice is sound and their stories are amusing and entertaining. I highly recommend this book!
Cointrius
I loved this book. It was great to survey the parents of the Bible and learn timeless lessons from God's word. Doug and Vicky are engaging and honest authors whose experiences add another dimension of wisdom and teaching. I love that they addresses "less-than-ideal" parenting situations as well as traditional. Great read for any parent!
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