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Vendor: No Greater Joy Ministries
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Jumping Ship: What to Do So Your Children Don't Jump Ship to the WorldMichael Pearl, Debi PearlNo Greater Joy Ministries / Trade Paperback$6.29 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Michael and Debi Pearl, parents of five grown children and nineteen grandchildren (more yet to come), have shared their successful experiences of child training to three generations. Together they authored To Train Up a Child, which has sold over 660,000 copies. Michael's newest book, Training Children to Be Strong in Spirit, is a perfect complement to Train Up a Child. Their books have sold into the millions and are available in many languages. Tens of thousands of parents have testified of life-changing experiences that came with applying what they read.
Michael Pearl was raised in Memphis, Tennessee, in a good home, by parents who were faithful to point him to God. Mike, a graduate of Crighton College in Memphis, has been active in evangelism and the work of the ministry since he was a teenager. He worked with Memphis Union Mission for twenty-five years, while he also ministered in hospitals and churches to the many military families in Memphis. Mike also pastored churches during that period. About twenty-two years ago, Mike and his wife Debi moved to rural Tennessee where they continued in the work by holding Bible studies in local homes, which eventually led to regular meetings of the local body of believers, and the starting of the prison ministry where Mike still ministers every Saturday. God eventually led them into the ministry of writing on child training and family relationships, which they now feel is their life's work and calling.
Amy1 Stars Out Of 5The worst book I have read to dateDecember 31, 2014AmyQuality: 3Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1I didnt care for this book at all...except the price. However, after reading the first few paragraphs I realized even that was too much. Now the book MAY have gotten better towards the end but I just couldnt get past all of the mean words, making fun of people and all around non christian way of looking at others. The author was judgmental and rude. I felt so deflated after reading that even months later (after reading it) I still feel a terrible feeling about it. Sorry? Wanted to love it but couldnt stomach the negativity.