Why We Do What We Do

An e-mail we received this week:

1140webJust finished reading Keeping Our Children’s Hearts. It was an amazing book backed up with God’s Word. I started applying the principles and making changes to re-capture my son’s heart. I have become more selfless and have let go of a lot of busy stuff around the house.

My wife and I love homeschooling our three children and are doing more and more to shelter our kids and ourselves from the negative influences of the world.

Your conference inspired us and convicted me as Dad and leader of my home to make changes. My kids are already responding in amazing ways to me and my new focus and attitude.  Thanks be to God for your ministry. HE has used it in a impactful way in our family.

Love in Christ,
A Dad

“… to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children,
and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just;
to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.” 

Luke 1:17

6 thoughts on “Why We Do What We Do”

  1. Our family can relate so well with this post. The changes we implemented after our attending the conference reunited our family to a common purpose. This book was one of many we purchased, shared with others, repurchased and now is used as an annual resource. Something new always pops out each time we re-read it. We are so grateful to Steve and Teri for making this available. We highly recommend it.

  2. I’m not a parent, but read this book one/two year(s) ago. My parents had learned the same principles, which God taught them through various means. Because of how they implemented God’s truth in these areas, they have my heart and they have kept me from much heartache. Now I desire that other parents will have access to this godly teaching. Just last night I ordered this book for my life-long library, and I intend to share the book with my babysitting family. I long for God to change more parents’ hearts in the way this Dad described in writing you.

  3. We are reading this book again during our weekly parent night. It’s been about 4 years since we read it the first time. I’m excited to see what The Lord will show us this time!

  4. This is a resource book for me. I have read it twice, but I go back and re-read sections of it when necessary.

  5. We’re very grateful for this book. It was very affirming and also very practical, giving us ideas of how to carefully shelter our children.

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