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Jonathan Norris, Marketing Project Coordinator
Parenting is a work in progress, not just a phase of family life that ends when the nest is empty. God planned parenting to be this way, giving clear instructions in the Bile for the progressive role of parents during the lives of their children. This book is a Bible study for anyone who wants to learn Biblical principles for their home.
Parents never feel that they do their job perfectly, so this study offers in-depth lessons on every stage of parenting – from birth to grandparenting. And as we learn how to become better parents, we also develop a much better understanding of our Heavenly Father’s love for us.
David & Carolyn Culver have served in three churches over the past 30 years. David (DMin, Baptist Bible Seminary of Pennsylvania) is the lead pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. Carolyn (BA, Cedarville College) taught high school English and is now an administrative assistant at Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. The Culvers have four adult children.
David & Carolyn Culver
RBP5382 • ISBN 978-1-59402-664-5
8 lessons • Paper • Retail $7.99
To request a copy of Parenting to review in your publication, please contact Jonathan Norris (contact information at top). We ask that you please provide us with a copy of your completed review.
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