- Paperback: 300 pages
- Publisher: Foundation for Biblical Research; 2nd Edition (Updated 05/21/2013) edition (August 15, 1996)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1889700134
- ISBN-13: 978-1889700137
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 161 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,321 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What the Bible Says About Child Training: Parenting with Confidence 2nd Edition (Updated 05/21/2013) Edition
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We are so grateful for your ministry to the Lord's people through the years. Your materials have been a great blessing to my husband and me. I am teaching a small class of ladies in our church whose husbands are preparing for the ministry. My topic is child rearing and I am highly recommending your book, What the Bible Says About Child Training. It is the single resource we have most recommended as my husband and I have served in Christian School ministries in the 80's and then in home schooling circles during the 90's.Thank you again for your ministry to so many of us as we have sought to rear our children according to the Scriptures. Our four sons have completed their Christian college training. Two are going to the mission field; the other two are in full time Christian service. They are now rearing their children according to the principles of the Word of God. You have had a great part in helping us with their training. Thank you. You may use our names and testimony in any way that will advance the cause of Christ as we teach the Biblical rearing of our children. --Virginia and Bruce Arnold
I have read and reread What the Bible Says About Child Training. Your book helped me understand God's philosophy for raising children and gave me the methods to apply in everyday life. I've also taught child training classes to women, and even broadcasted a nine part series over the radio here in Zambia. I can't really express the value of that knowledge, except that it saved my life and that of my three girls. My oldest is now in her second year of college, choosing to be a Christian in the midst of plenty of ungodly temptation. My second will complete high school in June (we homeschool here in Zambia) and wants to study nursing. My youngest was the hardest to train, since her type of rebellion was buried and I could never put my finger on it until she reached her teens. Pretty scary, but God has been gracious to us. We still have time and she sees herself pretty clearly now. God has been good to fulfill His promises. My girls have thanked me profusely and often for disciplining them, especially when they see other teens act horribly. They are not embarrassed by their mother, but heap affection and love on her (Proverbs 31:28)." --Personal letter from Joan Hansston, Mazabuka, Zambia
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