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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Randy Stinson; Timothy P Jones
|Description:||290 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword / Richard Ross --
The problem with family ministry / Bryan Nelson, Timothy P. Jones --
That the coming generation might praise the Lord : family discipleship in the Old Testament / James M. Hamilton Jr. --
Bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord : family discipleship among the first Christians / Robert L. Plummer --
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit : the Trinity as theological foundation for family ministry / Bruce A. Ware --
Male and female, He created them : gender roles and relationships in biblical perspective / Randy Stinson --
The compassion od truth : homosexuality in biblical perspective / R. Albert Mohler Jr. --
Among your company at home : family discipleship in late ancient and medieval churches / C. Michael Wren Jr. --
The home is an earthly kingdom : family discipleship among Reformers and Puritans / C. Jeffrey Robinson Sr. --
The challenge of matriarchy : family discipleship and the African American Experience / Kevin L. Smith --
Growing gaps from generation to generation : family discipleship in modern and postmodern contexts / W. Ryan Steenburg, Timothy P. Jones --
The pastor's home as paradigm for the church's family ministry / David Prince --
Habits of a gospel-centered household / Peter R. Schemm Jr. --
Building a milestone ministry in your church / Brian Haynes --
Why your child's brain needs family ministry / George W. Cochran Jr., Brian C. Richardson --
Family ministry, the priority or a priority? / Lilly Park --
The freedom of Christ and the unforeseen consequences of feminism / Carolyn McCulley --
Building and equipping missional families / Michael S. Wilder --
Making the transition to family-equipping ministry / Jay Strother --
Afterword / Daniel L. Akin.
|Responsibility:||Randy Stinson, Timothy Paul Jones, editors.|
"Trained in the Fear of God encourages the church and its leaders and pastors to shift away from the current 'silos' paradigm of age-specific youth ministries to a more holistic approach rooted in ministry to and by families. Stinson and Jones draw upon the expertise of seventeen scholars and practitioners to provide the biblical and theological foundation for doing so, followed by practical steps in implementing foundational insights. Among the seventeen contributors are Albert Mohler, Robert Plummer, Bruce Ware, and James Hamilton"--Publisher description.
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