Daily devotions for couples dating
•Radical objectives—Far too many parents are more concerned with their children's IQ than their CQ—their character quotient. It also means initiating discussions with them about some of life's most challenging subjects—human sexuality, modesty, temptations, relating to the opposite sex.I'm convinced that the primary reason children depart from the faith of their parents is that many dads and moms don't have this as their objective: to raise children who have a godly desire to love others and to live holy lives. •Radical expectations—Are you praying that your kids will grow up to become mature soldiers for Christ, godly men and women equipped for a Kingdom assignment?•Radical modeling—Children are like tiny radar units. Are you challenging them with the Great Commandment (see Matthew -39) and the Great Commission (see Matthew -20)?If you're going to raise children who live radically for Christ, you need a radical way of thinking, living and believing.
The prophet Jeremiah was called the “weeping prophet” because he often openly expressed his sorrow over the spiritual and moral condition of the faithless people of Judah and their impending destruction.
This dynamic book, Devotions for Dating Couples, offers guidance for deepening your commitment to God as individuals and as a couple.