Making Great Conversationalists

Making Great Conversationalists, by Steve and Teri Maxwell

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A book that could impact who your children marry, who wants to employ them, and ultimately their success in life.

Making Great Conversationalists

Making Great Conversationalists

“Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers,
in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”
1 Timothy 4:12

5 thoughts on “Making Great Conversationalists”

  1. What a blessing that this book is coming!
    As some of my sons are coming up to courtship age I will be buying this. I know that your words of encouragement will help me to teach them how better to interact with others.

    Thank you
    Cathy A
    >>>>>>>>>>
    The book is well-suited for all children (three or 4 on up), not just older ones.

  2. I read the sample pages for the new book, Making Great Conversationalists, and thought, so far, that it is very good. I would like to get the book and read it so I can improve on my communication skills.

    Joel C.

  3. Thank you Maxwell’s, this is awesome! This is exactly the area I have been wondering about how to help our children in. Very excited about this book!

  4. With so many blurred lines in today’s society, it’s so refreshing to see black and white in your reading and listening materials.

  5. What a fantastic book topic!! I was excitedly waiting to hear what it would be about but then we were off the computer for July due to Faith’s surgery. What a fun surprise to come and see the news now. I’m bummed I missed the giveaway (who doesn’t love a good chance at a free book) but we will be buying our copy right away.

    We were just training our kids on this topic back in June. On our way to a family reunion, we were challenging each child to have three meaningful conversations during the day with different people. We were talking about what keeps a conversation going. Then we were brainstorming questions they could ask people to start a conversation…the typical things like if they have been on any trips this summer, asking about their job, pets, kids, etc. Solomon came up with the funniest one…he said he would say, “Hi, Uncle So-and-So, how is your marriage going?”. Isn’t he cute?! More marriages would probably be going better if more people actually did ask that question of each other, but it cracked us up picturing our 8 year old going around asking all the aunts and uncles about the state of their marriages 🙂
    Again, great book! So excited to read it with the family.
    Abundant blessings to you, Maxwells.
    All our love,
    Monica

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