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Overview Children don?t come with instructions! It has never been more challenging to be a parent -- or more hazardous to be a child. In Five Needs Your Child Must Have Met at Home, Ron Hutchcraft presents a practical roadmap for how to raise stable children in an unstable world. No matter how far you are on the parenting road, Hutchcraft can show you how to make the most of the days you have left with your children. Five Needs Your Child Must Have Met at Home details the five critical needs of every child: the need for a secure self, honest sexual answers, satisfying love, stable authority, and spiritual reality. You'll learn: how to identify and affirm your children's strengths, how to look beyond you children's deeds to meet their needs, and how to raise children of integrity
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.64" Width: 6.26" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1986
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310611210 ISBN13 9780310611219 UPC 025986611217
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More About Pamela Rosewell Moore
Pam Rosewell Moore, a native of England, was Corrie ten Boom's personal companion for the last seven years of Corrie's life. She worked as director of intercessory prayer and director of spiritual life at Dallas Baptist University for nearly 15 years. The author of five books of her own, Pam speaks widely at conferences and churches and lives with her husband, Carey, in Waxahachie, Texas.
Pamela Rosewell Moore currently resides in Waxahachie, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Five Silent Years Of Corrie Ten Boom?
Delightful...God is never finished with His saints! May 31, 2006
Pamela Moore tells us in her own words of her experience as the end-of-life companion for the extraordinarily courageous saint, Corrie ten Boom. I was deeply touched by this little book and was inspired to trust God to take care of His beloved children every single day of their lives on this planet. He has not forgotten us, even in our old age and our lonely or declining years. Our God is an awesome God and this book will have your heart singing praises from the first page.
The best remains, and the best is yet to be... Mar 5, 2006
The life of Corrie ten Boom is in one word: amazing. She lived a life completely sold out for Jesus Christ, her Friend and Savior. Having gobbled up THE HIDING PLACE, IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE, and TRAMP FOR THE LORD, I had to know how the story ended. And in THE FIVE SILENT YEARS OF CORRIE TEN BOOM, Pamela Rosewell, the last companion to Tante Corrie, describes the final years of Corrie's life. The result is heartbreaking and triumphant.
Rosewell begins her story when Ellen de Kroon is about to discontinue her service as companion to Corrie ten Boom, and Pamela takes her place. They travel the United States for some time, and finally settle down in Orange County, California. Corrie worked on a few book and film projects, and then the first stroke hit, leaving her without speech. The story is as much about Pamela's own growth in the Lord as it is about Corrie's final moments on earth. Be forewarned: there are moments that will evoke a lot of emotion. A handy tissue box might be a good companion as you move through the book.
Definitely a wonderful addition to any Corrie ten Boom library.
For those who love the author Corrie ten Boom. Dec 30, 2004
If you never read or met Corrie ten Boom, a popular Christian author in the 1970's-1980's, this is a good book to begin.
Then get the DVD from Billy Graham films, "The Hiding Place" and purchase the book "Tramp for the Lord" - and hang on to your hat.
Who would have thought a little old spinster and her sister along with an elder grandfather would have the adventure of their lives? And in the process teach us all lessons about the simplicity that Christian faith can be - and its strength when stripped of all pretense of religion.
This work covers the last years of Corrie ten Boom's life, and is a beautiful story of the care given to a servant of God in her old age, a work about death and care for family that is frail, and the beauty of a homecoming of a this solid dutch lady.
Corrie ten Boom was a favorite author to me in my teen years. This work provided a loving closure to her life and answered many questions - such as, how did she die? where did she go later in life when we did not here much about her? was she happy and at peace? and many others are answered in this carefully crafted and joyful work by Pamela Rosewell Moore.
Corrie ten Boom - My Inspiration... Jul 28, 2001
How wonderful to know how Corrie lived her last five years on earth. Her only goal in life was to bring others to Jesus, who she loved and lived for. Her relationship with Jesus and how she lived is something we should all strive for. What an inspirational book. It was like Corrie herself was talking to me. Though she is now in heaven God still uses her to speak to us.
Last days of Corrie ten Bonn May 27, 2000
I had always wondered how Corrie ended her days on Earth. This book is a well written witness of how she overcame difficult situations in her last days and how she never stopped showing God's love, even when unable to speak. A must reading for all those who love Corrie's books and a message to cheer us during difficult times.