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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.37 (inches)|
What's In the Bible: An All-in-One Guide to God's WordR.C. Sproul, Robert WolgemuthThomas Nelson / 2011 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Men of the Bible: A One-Year Devotional Study of Men in ScriptureAnn Spangler, Robert WolgemuthZondervan / 2010 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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What Luther Says: A Practical In-Home Anthology for the Active ChristianEwald PlassConcordia Publishing House / 2006 / Hardcover$54.995 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
Many people did not grow up in a Christian home, and many more do not consider their childhood experience a good model. Robert Wolgemuth presents this inspiring, practical book for people who want to have a Christian home.
So, what's so great about a Christian home? There's redemption. There's forgiveness. There's hope. Laughter and genuine happiness. There's discipline and purpose there. And there's grace . . . lots of grace.
The Most Important Place on Earth covers eight answers to the question "What does a Christian home look like?" It's filled with stories and practical ideas that will convince any reader that a Christian home is not an elusive stereotype. It's something that really can be achieved. And it's something worth having. You'll see.
Robert Wolgemuth is the author of the bestselling book She Calls Me Daddy. He is also the author of many other titles including The Most Important Place on Earth, Seven Things You Better Have Nailed Down before All Hell Breaks Loose, and the sequel to his first book, She Still Calls Me Daddy. He has also co-written The Most Important Year in a Mans Life with Mark DeVries, and Whats in the Bible with Dr. R. C. Sproul. Robert Wolgemuth has served two terms as the Chairman of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Robert, a widower, is the father of two adult daughters and five grandchildren. In the fall of 2015, Robert married Nancy Leigh DeMoss.
While the book offers many useful suggestions, this reviewer was especially pleased to get glimpses into the authors home to see outward demonstrations of his beliefs. After turning the final page, readers will feel like they have actually spent time with his family. But most importantly, these home-affirming principles will remain vivid through these well-written vignettes.
For those who have never experienced a Christian home, the author lovingly sketches one and then describes the necessary ingredients to build it. Respect, love, and laughter are discussed, along with the biblical illustrations of forgiveness, repentance, and grace. The power of words and the purpose of discipline are viewed through the lenses of Scripture and society.
The book is filled with humor, heartache, and hope. Its as if the author has drawn a map to the greatest place on earth and it leads the reader back home. This reviewer sincerely encourages everyone to spend time with the author and his family in these pages, and to learn from his practical and priceless experience. -- Joyce Handzo, Christian Book Previews.com