Item description for HANDS OFF MY DAUGHTER (Until After Marriage) by William Pittenger...
Hands Off My Daughter Have you ever asked yourself: "How can I protect my daughter from the pull of our culture that declares sex before marriage is normal and acceptable?" You are not alone. Many Christian men face this dilemma. They fear for the future of their children-daughters and sons alike. In this frank narrative, Bill Pittenger reveals the world's deceptive propaganda and philosophies that contradict biblical principles for godly living. He challenges fathers and men of all ages to resist these fallacies. He calls for Dad to accept the helm of the family ship and guide her through the winds and currents of our culture. Bill Pittenger is a cross-cultural minister, teacher, and cartoonist with an MA in social science. He and his wife Shirley taught high school for over twenty years in Bolivia, South America. Bill is active in his local church teaching, mentoring younger men, and counseling married couples in conjunction with Shirley. This book is rooted in Bill's illustrated seminar "Dating, Courtship, and Marriage God's Way" which he has presented to various churches, universities, colleges, and Christian schools around the world. The Pittengers live in Bill's home town in Northern California where the fishing's good.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.63" Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Release Date Jun 29, 2007
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1602667365 ISBN13 9781602667365
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More About William Pittenger
William Pittenger was born in 1840 and died in 1904.