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Windham, Shirley


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By Shirley Windham-PCA. The task of training children in spiritual matters rests primarily and squarely on the parents; not the public school, not even Sunday School and Church—but the parents. Unless Christian parents play their role, the likelihood is that the child will be deprived of spiritualnurture. The importance of what to do is clear inthe verses above, but how to do it is a puzzle forChristian parents. As a result many parents, if they do anything at all, do too little, too late. This book provides biblically-oriented trainingfor children up through the teens, training themin the way they should go—not in the way they would go.

Woven into the fabric of the Presbyterian System is this insistence on parental responsibility. In the baptismal vows, the parents promise to “unreservedly dedicate your child to God, and promise in humble reliance upon divine grace, that you will endeavor to set before him a godly example, that you will pray with and for him, that you will teach him the doctrines of our holy religion, and that you will strive, by all the means of God’s appointment, to bring him up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.”
Publisher: First Presbyterian Press
ISBN: 0977747212
Item #: 8298
Binding: Paperback
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Publication Date: 2024

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