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  • Author: Beth Bingaman | Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 24, 2018) | ISBN: 1987698924 | Paperback, 165 pages We’re all older than someone, or perhaps just more mature in the faith. The Scriptures call us to “teach and train the younger women” (Titus 2:3-5). There are many younger women among us who want to grow in their faith, need their hands held up through a battle in life, or who sincerely want to raise their children in the fear and instruction of the Lord, but are convinced they are not getting it right. It is one thing to “connect” on social media but an entirely different (and more biblical) thing to give face-to-face time, energy, prayer, and encouragement to a younger woman. For most of us, the role of mentor was not modeled. We don’t know where to start, nor have we thought about what our own limitations or abilities may be to offer to someone else. This book is a starting place. It offers you practical instruction for what is Biblically required of the mentor so that your “Intentional Influence” is based on the Scriptures. It includes what the Bible says we are to “teach and train” the younger women, and, in the final section, practical guides for the content of that teaching.
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    This book bundle features four different titles at one great price: First Catechism: Teaching Children Bible by Great Commission Publications; The Godly Family: Essays on the Duties of Parents and Children by Soli Deo Gloria Publications; The Family at Church by Joel BeekeLittle Pillow & Morning Bells by France Ridley Havergal. First Catechism: Teaching Children Bible by Great Commission Publications An effective tool for teaching the truths of the Reformed faith in simple, straightforward language. 150 questions and answers, illustrations to color, numbers to mark progress. 40 pages, 5x7.5 inches. The Godly Family: Essays on the Duties of Parents and Children by Soli Deo Gloria Publications The Godly Family presents timeless counsel from several seventeenth- and eighteenth-century pastors on ordering the home God’s way. Although some circumstances of family life have changed over the years, the basic purpose, relations, and duties remain the same. Reading this book, Christian parents will appreciate and benefit from a host of essays related to family religion, the duties of parents, the duties of children, and the eternal family in heaven. Authors in this collection include Samuel Davies, George Whitefield, Samuel Worcester, Henry Venn, Samuel Stennett, Arthur Hildersham, Philip Doddridge, and Thomas Houston. Allow the wisdom of generations past to guide you today in cultivating a godly family. The Family at Church by Joel Beeke This book contains guidance on two important areas of family life. First, it explains how we should prepare our families for public worship. Second, it addresses the subject of prayer meetings, their importance and the scriptural warrant for them. Dr. Beeke's approach involves a sketch of the past uses of such practices and a detailed exposition, in such a way, that the reader can apply it to everyday living. This book will help a family focus the Sabbath wherein it can truly be a delight to the soul. Little Pillow & Morning Bells by France Ridley Havergal Little Pillows is a precious little book filled with promises upon which young children can rest their heads as they go to bed each night. Morning Bells is the companion volume written to give these same children a passage to carry with them throughout the day. A wonderful book to read to young children, and for them to read to each other as they grow older.


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