Item description for Kingdom Living for the Family - Restoring God's Peace, Joy and Righteousness in the Home by Frank Hammond & Ida Mae Hammond...
Overview A sequel to Pigs in the Parlor: demonic problem prevention
Publishers Description Restoring God's Peace, Joy and Righteousness in the Home...
God has a specific plan for your family, one that includes the peace, joy and righteousness of the Kingdom of God. However, too many families have settled for much less than what God has provided.
Families today are hurting and broken as never before. Many are frustrated by the cycle of strife and discord between husbands and wives, and between parents and children. In this book, Frank and Ida Mae Hammond reveal God's strong desire to heal and deliver the family, and they present a realistic plan to bring its members into a place of security within God's will.
You will gain insights into:
The root causes of common problems in marriage
Spiritual warfare in the family
Scriptural guidance on the roles of husbands and wives
Bringing up children in the Lord, and more
The truths contained in this book will enable you and those you care about to enjoy Kingdom Living for the Family
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Studio: Impact Christian Books, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.02" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Impact Christian Books
ISBN 0892281006 ISBN13 9780892281008
Availability 0 units.
More About Frank Hammond & Ida Mae Hammond
Frank Hammond (died 2004) was a graduate of Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with over forty years experience as a pastor and teacher in the Body of Christ. He has authored numerous books, DVDs and compact discs on spiritual warfare and family relationships, with translations in several languages. He is probably best known for his book Pigs In The Parlor.
Frank and his wife Ida Mae Hammond were both brought up in solid Christian homes in eastern Texas. Frank, an ordained Baptist minister, held an A.B. degree from Baylor University and a B.D. degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth. Ida Mae attended East Texas Baptist College and Southwestern Seminary. Frank and Ida Mae engaged in pastoral ministry for over thirty years.
The Hammonds found their ministry taking on new depths and direction after experiencing the baptism in the Holy Spirit. They traveled extensively throughout the United States and abroad, ministering with a major emphasis in the area of deliverance. They have authored numerous books and Audio CDs on the topic of deliverance, including Pigs in the Parlor, Overcoming Rejection, Breaking of Curses, Manual for Children's Deliverance, Demons & Deliverance in the Ministry of Jesus, and more.
They were truly pioneers in the field of deliverance and demonology, and in the modern day ministry of Jesus Christ of casting out demons.
Reviews - What do customers think about Kingdom Living For The Family?
Kingdom Living for the Family Mar 7, 2002
The authors, Frank and Ida Mae Hammond,present their PLAN for implementing DIVINE ORDER in the family by combining counseling, discipline, and deliverance. This book is not for every Christian!! The distinctive feature of this book on family relationships is its scripturally based counsel in correlation with the ministry of deliverance.
May be useful only those researching exorcism/deliverance Aug 5, 1998
This book, authored by deliverance ministers Frank and Ida Mae Hammond, is an excellent example of how to put words into the mouth of God. In terms of content, Kingdom Living for the Family offers little in the way of new advice for raising families, and it seems to convey a condescending tone towards married women. For example, Frank states on page 62 that "A man's family is his 'flock,' and his wife is his number-one-sheep." Statements by apostles such as Paul and Peter are erroneuosly interpreted by the Hammonds as proceeding from the mouth of God. This book may be of some use to those who study exorcism in that it details some alleged cases of demon possession that came about as a result of faulty family relationships. Otherwise, it would be wise for those trying to build up their families to avoid this book.