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Five Signs of a Loving Family Paperback – July 13, 1998
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As the pastor of a contemporary church, I am continually faced with contemporary social problems - like the disintegration of the family. Dr. Gary Chapman does a great job of tackling the huge and broad arena of family relationships. I don't want to give away the entire book, but here are the five signs (maybe it will whet your appetite): 1. An Attitude of Service 2. Intimacy Between Husband and Wife 3. Parents Who Teach and Train 4. Children Who Obey and Honor Parents 5. Husbands Who Are Loving Leaders
If your family needs a boost, order this book! If I could afford it (and if I knew they would read it), I would buy a copy for every family I know.
This book is well-written and shows all families (not just blended or stepfamilies) how to move forward toward unity. I was not disappointed; read this book before or after "The Five Love Languages" by the same author; you'll enjoy how the two books fit nicely together!
Helpful for building a family, especially good for stepfamilies.
Barbara Sheldon, M.S.W.
I also highly recommend: Happily Remarried: Making Decisions Together * Blending Families Successfully * Building a Love That Will Last
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Gary Chapman books. You can't go wrong. Very helpful and easy to read.Published on July 16, 2014 by Mother
I have used this book in my work for several years. It is based on a combination of common sense, awareness and consideration for the people you care about. Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by Joyce W
It's not only a description of the five signs of a loving family but a helpful guide with practical advices about how to show love to your spouse and kids. Read morePublished on September 3, 2007 by Catalina Espinosa Aviña