Item description for Everyday Talk: Talking Freely and Naturally about God with Your Children by John Younts...
Overview The most important conversations you will have with your kids will be in the context of everyday life. In 'Everyday Talk, ' author John Younts explains how to use ordinary conversations to talk to your kids about God and his world. You?ll be delighted by his clear, practical insight and biblical wisdom. Buy this book and read it. But don?t stop there?put it into practice. Your children will thank you
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Studio: Shepherd Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher SHEPHERD PRESS #760
ISBN 097230469X ISBN13 9780972304696
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Reviews - What do customers think about Everyday Talk: Talking Freely and Naturally about God with Your Children?
EXCELLENT!!! Feb 18, 2007
This book is great. It is great because it is biblical and very comprehensive. If you love your children - buy it! It costs so much less than one time eating out...
Best Parenting Book Out There! Apr 3, 2005
Prepare to be challenged and convicted about what we teach our children about God by the way we talk in every day life! In his own inimitable style, Younts challenges and convicts through real-life examples familiar to us all, but he doesn't leave us there. He gives us biblical hope for change by giving us everyday examples of how we can, in the 21st century, be biblically obedient to the Deuteronomy 6 command to teach our children about God as we ". . . sit at home and when (we) walk along the road, and when (we) lie down and when (we) get up . . ." - everyday talk about God in everyday life. I can't wait for his next book!
Simple, convicting and practical! Mar 24, 2005
Be prepared to be challenged! This book is easy-to-read, conversational, and gives practical ideas on how to talk to your children about God in everyday situations. It is an enjoyable book, and I consider it a must read for every parent, young or old! You cannot read this book without being challenged and inspired to change.
Great Biblical Insights!!! Feb 26, 2005
It is rare that I find a book which describes a pertinent problem, illustrates it and then clearly outlines its solution, but Younts does this deftly in his new book, EVERYDAY TALK. Few would dispute that there are increasing problems with the youth in America today. The increasing crime and suicide rates, drug and alcohol problems, and teenage pregnancies are testimonials to the alienation from God and our fellow man that children are experiencing. As with every complex problem, the causes involved are varied and diverse. In dealing with such a pervasive and complex issue, these causes must be identified and fixed one at a time . In his work, Younts selects the aspect of everyday interaction with our children and clearly defines, with both explanation and example, how this impacts our children. Further, he then, by instruction and example, outlines ways for correcting the situation. As opposed to a list of rules, he gives us guidelines appropriate to any given situation. All who read this book will realize that following its precepts results in drawing closer to both God and man, and achieving the clear benefits derived from that. The instructions are outlined in a simple, clear and easy to understand manner. The precepts are not burdensome, but refreshing. This is not an ordinary, but an extraordinary volume; I would recommend it to anyone who interacts with youth in any capacity.
Shepherding a Child's heart fans will love this one Feb 24, 2005
A great encouragment for parents. Younts uses Deut. 6 as the basis for encouraging Christian parents to talk to kids about God in the context of discussing everyday life. Easy to read.