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Family Driven Faith

Doing What it Takes to Raise Sons and Daughters Who Walk with God
Author: Voddie Baucham, Jr.
Age: Adult

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An excellent book on Bible-based family discipleship! We've added this book to our collection because it fits so well with our mission.

Voddie Baucham takes God's commands in Deuteronomy 6 and fleshes them out in a way that all parents can apply. He will inspire you to turn to God's Word, and to re-focus your parenting efforts. Discipling your children in the faith is not a job you can delegate to anyone else!

If you ever have the opportunity to hear Pastor Voddie Baucham at a homeschool convention, we highly recommend him!

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Book Contents:

1. The Lay of the Land 
2. A God with No Rivals 
3. Learn to Love 
4. Give Him Your Heart 
5. Teach the Word at Home 
6. Live the Word at Home 
7. Mark the Home as Gods Territory 
8. Enjoy the Gifts Without Forgetting the Giver 
9. The Coming Revival: Is the Church Ready for Family Driven Faith? 
10. A Radical Departure from the Norm
Notes
Recommended Reading 

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  Great Read!
Amdelezenne101 of Michigan, 4/25/2013
Love this book!! Saw this Pastor speak at a homeschool conference and we really loved his insight and strong convictions! This book is definitely worth reading! I think every Christian needs to take time to read this book!

  Fabulous
Jennifer of Georgia, 11/22/2009
After reading the first few pages of this book, I thought it might turn out to be another shallow vanilla-evangelical book. How wrong I was! What a delight to read such solid teaching on the place of family in a child's life. I have other books on this subject, but because of Voddie Baucham's background (Southern Baptist) and style, I would recommend this one to any parent or prospective parent who might be turned off by a more openly Reformed author.