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World-Proof Your Kids: Raising Children Unstained by the World

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Many Christian parents are at their wits end about raising their children in a healthy and spiritual way. Increasingly the influence of the world, with it's 'me first' obsession, is causing problems within the Christian home.


This influence causes Christian families to fall into the four categories:



The disillusioned family

The distracted family

The disciplinarian family

The de
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 20th 2010 by Christian Focus Publications (first published October 3rd 2007)
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Sarah
Dec 13, 2011 rated it really liked it
It has taken me quite a long time to read this book, mainly because I kept getting distracted by other books I was wanting to read. This is a thought provoking look at how to raise children in a Godly manner. Each chapter focusses on a different fruit of the spirit and has a theoretical discussion of the fruit with Biblical references and then gives practical examples of things to do to nurture these fruit in your children. I think it is definitely a book I will be coming back to as my children ...more
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Really helpful look at bringing up your children in the fear of God, using the fruit of the Spirit as a guide. It goes through each fruit giving practical advise on how to apply it to different age children and encourage those behaviours within your family. It doesn't ignore the fact that the true fruit can only come through faith in Christ, but rather encourages the application of scripture to every day life within a Christian family.
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Timothy A. Sisemore, PhD, is professor of psychology and counseling and director of research at Richmont Graduate University in Chattanooga, TN. He has more than twenty-five years of experience as a clinical psychologist and specializes in anxiety disorders. He has written three previous books on anxiety treatment.
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