For Kids' Sake: Winning the Tug-of-War for Future Generations
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Answer God's wake-up call to parents, pastors, church leaders and teachers to be transformational agents in the lives of children. Be inspired to take action now understanding the societal crises facing youth, maximize the amazing power of God's family through the church, and gain action-oriented ideas to build strong faith in the next generation. Don't wait for the next national tragedy, start today with preemptive tactics to win the gut-of-war for our children.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 219
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0801017866
ISBN-13: 9780801017865

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Publisher's Description

This book is a passionate presentation of what our society is producing in children. The authors first present a "code blue" alarm for the need of paramedic and ambulance for at-risk children; then they provide some practical suggestions about how to save the children. The book contains statistics and stories with illustrations and hope-filled solutions; calling the reader to become what God has always called the Church to be--a change agent for the spiritually needy in every strata of society. Given the realities of our world--catastrophes on every news broadcast, an epidemic of fragmented families, a severely coarsened society--we can still make a difference in the lives of children by teaching them to value the right things.

Author Bio

H. B. London Jr. is vice president of church, clergy, and medical outreach for Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, Colorado. A fourth-generation minister, he was a pastor for 31 years before joining Focus on the Family. He was the former host of a daily radio program, Lifeline to Truth, in Salem, Oregon, and in the Los Angeles area, as well as host of a weekly television program, A New Way to Live, in Portland, Oregon. He is the coauthor, with Neil B. Wiseman, of Pastors at Greater Risk, For Kids' Sake, and The Shepherd's Covenant for Pastors.

Neil B. Wiseman is a veteran pastor, clergy educator, writer, editor, and small church consultant. Perhaps his foremost passion in life and ministry has been the development of pastors. He has been a pastors' advocate through his writings, editing, and publication of more than thirty books. He has also worked in the area of pastoral development in clergy education at Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs. Beyond the classroom, Dr. Wiseman founded the quarterly magazine GROW; was the founder of Preaching Today, a monthly audio sermon resource now produced by Christianity Today; founded and directed Small Church Institute; and served as pastor to local congregations for twenty years.

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