Answers for Homeschooling: Top 25 Questions Critics Ask ($13.00)
The decision to homeschool is difficult. There is so much to learn, and there are often radical changes that take place in your family. Unfortunately, not everyone will be supportive. Well-meaning friends and relatives may believe you are going to “ruin your child.” How can you make sure that you have laid a good foundation for your child’s future? How can you respectfully defend your choice to those who disagree with you? (192 pages)
Education: Does God Have an Opinion? ($14.00)
Many studies indicate that Christian youth are leaving the Church, and anti-Christian education has been linked as a major factor in this equation. The Bible is full of instructions on how God desires His children to be educated. IF GOD has a definite opinion about the issue of education, wouldn’t you desire to find out what it is and how best to implement HIS WISDOM?
Questions God Asks: Unlocking the Wisdom of Eternity ($12.00)
God knows all things. Yet, as strange as it may seem to us, the Bible is filled with questions God asks. These questions assist us in understanding both our Maker and ourselves. Examine fundamental assumptions about God, human nature, relationships, origins, purpose and destiny in this revealing book. Stop demanding answers from God and begin answering the questions He asks of us.
Questions Jesus Asks: The Mystery of Divinity & Humanity ($13.00)
Jesus rarely answered questions He was asked, but instead turned the tables by asking a piercing question of His own. Questions Jesus Asks goes through a broad spectrum of these, dealing with issues like morality, suffering, humility, faith, and much more.
Full-Time Parenting: A Guide to Family-Based Discipleship
Increasingly, many parents are determining to take back the raising of their own children. They are not content to be a part-time babysitter for their child. They want to be Full-time Parents. Learn how to take the steps towards becoming a Full-time Parent, or learn how to be a better one.
Pitchin’ A Fit: Overcoming Angry & Stressed-Out Parenting
Parenting comes with stresses that can make the most laid-back among us feel irritable, frustrated … and angry. Even parents who sincerely love their children sometimes use the wrong methods of anger and frustration in an attempt to control their children. But angry parenting doesn’t just weaken relationships between parents and their children; it can, over time, destroy them. Few parents set out to become yelling meanies who no longer enjoy their children. Yet many feel stuck, unable to pull themselves out of their ugly habits. This book examines this deeply ingrained, and sometimes painful topic, and offers hope, encouragement, and a fresh vision for the change God wants to bring. Israel and Brook share candidly from their experience as parents of nine children. This book is biblically-based and combined with practical ways to implement new patterns.