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Faith Begins @ Home Mom

Religion


by
Mark Holmen

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 80 pages

File size: 706 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

There is a special bond between mothers and their children. In Christian families, this bond can grow beyond biology to the life of the spirit, but many moms don’t know how to begin nurturing their children’s relationship with God. This new series of Faith Begins @ Home resources is designed to help parents bring faith home. Faith @ Home Mom is an easy-to-use resource that starts from square one and ends in a 24/7 lifestyle of family faith. Moms will find step-by-step tips and age-appropriate guides for instilling a vibrant and growing faith in their children’s lives, as well as true-life stories from other moms experiencing the power and blessing of God in their homes as they develop their “spiritual skills” with their children.

There is a special bond between mothers and their children. In Christian families, this bond can grow beyond biology to the life of the spirit, but many moms don’t know how to begin nurturing their children’s relationship with God. This new series of Faith Begins @ Home resources is designed to help parents bring faith home. Faith @ Home Mom is an easy-to-use resource that starts from square one and ends in a 24/7 lifestyle of family faith. Moms will find step-by-step… (more)

There is a special bond between mothers and their children. In Christian families, this bond can grow beyond biology to the life of the spirit, but many moms don’t know how to begin nurturing their children’s relationship with God. This new series of Faith Begins @ Home resources is designed to help parents bring faith home. Faith @ Home Mom is an easy-to-use resource that starts from square one and ends in a 24/7 lifestyle of family faith. Moms will find step-by-step tips and age-appropriate guides for instilling a vibrant and growing faith in their children’s lives, as well as true-life stories from other moms experiencing the power and blessing of God in their homes as they develop their “spiritual skills” with their children.

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