This book covers such topics as establishing a solid family heritage, promoting affection between family members, encouraging godliness in children, using appropriate discipline, and helping children cultivate enriching lifelong habits. It is a very practical and readable book, and I think will provide many useful tips in helping you establish a gospel saturated home.
One of the most important resources for our church this year. This is one of the earliest Baptist Catechisms and will be a vital source in both your personal and family discipleship not only in 2021, but throughout your life.
This short puritan classic was so valuable to me in understanding the beauty of true biblical worship. It is a treatise on Leviticus 10:1-3 and calls us to propriety and sobriety in the worship of God. This is a great book to set your heart upon the glory of God in the worship He has prescribed for us in his Word.
Two missing elements in Christian families today are parents catechizing their children and the absence of family worship as a normal part of the daily routine. Puritan George Hamond shows the biblical pattern for family worship with examples from the Old Testament--Abraham, Job, and Joshua--and then that of Christ and Cornelius from the New Testament. This is an important book for those who want to establish the centrality of worship in their homes.
A great book on the discipleship of children by. the prince of preachers, Charles Haddon Spurgeon. This book is universally good for the parent, the pastor, the Awana leader, and the Sunday school teacher!
Gospel saturated homes begin with godly marriages. This book shows that our marriage is more than a sacred covenant with another person. It is a spiritual discipline designed to help you know God better, trust him more fully, and love him more deeply.
In this book the Puritan writer Richard Baxter, covers topics such as marriage, children, and family worship methodically and comprehensively through both hypothetical and real-life questions and concerns that arise in family dynamics. He uses arguments, objections, and frequent Scripture to help husbands, wives, and children to live godly lives.
This book deals with the very important question, "What does Christianity have to do with life?" Ryken reveals the basis of a Christian worldview and describes how it affects one's view of God, creation, the family, the arts, and other issues.
This book is a very helpful resource. It addresses a variety of topics, including vain philosophies, cultural Marxism, race, manhood, womanhood, sexuality, and justice. These topics are set forth in the light of Scripture, providing insight into the times and how to live Christianly in them.
A great and accessible book on C.S. Lewis. It explores the man, his work, and his legacy—reveling in the truth at the heart of Lewis’s spiritual genius: God alone is the answer to our deepest longings and the source of our unending joy.
Hannula's book includes thirty short, but profound stories of Reformation-era courage. They can easily be read aloud to children or used by homeschoolers as part of their curriculum. Additionally, this book includes an overview of key events in the Reformation, a detailed Timeline from 1516 to 1598, seven short summaries of Reformation Basics, and comprehension questions and answers on all thirty biographies.
One of my favorite classics! Young Robinson Crusoe has been shipwrecked. Completely alone with his goats, his parrot, and his God, Crusoe’s perception of life and his place in the world change slowly and steadily … at least until the island he calls his own is disturbed by the arrival of hungry cannibals. This is a fun read for yourself or with the family!
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