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Growing Up God's Way
Growing Up God's Way
Author: John A. Stormer
ISBN-13: 9780914053071
ISBN-10: 0914053078
Publication Date: 6/1984
Pages: 210
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Liberty Bell Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Getting children ready for school and life has to start at birth or before and it can never stop. Following WWII, a generation of parents lost sight of that truth and the tragedies have been multiplying ever since. Growing Up God's Way documents how child-rearing methods have changed and the tragic problems which result when children "just grow up."

By examining the methods used by successful dedicated parents in history and during Bible times, John Stormer gives today's parents a vision of what they can accomplish in their children's lives.

Step-by-step instructions for training children from birth to age five are followed by practical principles which will help parents build happy, successful Christian lives for themselves and stable, satisfying, solvent marriages and homes for each other.
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Parenting from birth up with focus on practical
parenting with christian values.
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This book is originally from 1984. It was written by a pastor & Christian school superintendent.
I do not agree with all that he has written in this book (there are many excerpts I could include here, but won't) however, there are some common sense things about parenting. This book would probably benefit someone who doesn't know too much about child rearing or children in general. A book to take with a grain of salt, as it is outdated. I often wondered throughout reading the book what kind of read it would be if he had written it in today's world.
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GRrrrrrrEAT Book. A Must Read for All Parents and Those Looking Forward to Parenthood.