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When considering building a home, couples look for the right architect, right builder, and the right decorator to make their dream house a reality. They work with these people to sketch out plans for the structure of the house; determine what materials to use in building the house; and which decorations to use how to make the house warm and cozy. Accomplishing their goal and making sure they get exactly what they are paying for is in part due to everyone working off of the same set of blueprints and plan while they are exercising their unique talents and skills in getting the house completed.
With the same care and even more, couples should invest in building their marital houses. Making sure they are working from the same plan, laying a solid foundation in the process and doing the work needed to keep their house intact and standing strong.
In Renovating Your Marriage, Dr. Johnny Parker speaks to you and your spouse about building a house of togetherness brick by brick from the foundation up. He encourages you to consider the two possible foundations upon which marriages are built; then walks you through an inspection of your marital house, room by room.
Is your marital house standing on a firm foundation or has it been shaken? Are you in need of a marriage renovation?
Dr. Parker wants to help you answer these questions and make the changes necessary to give your love a new look.
A historical novel to stir the heart! Katherine Ferguson’s parents are slaves in the late 1700s. Her mother escapes to New York only to be sold into slavery yet again, this time with her newborn, Katy. As her mother faces being taken away, she prays a desperate prayer, giving the little Katy over to God. More Than a Slave is a story of perseverance and inspiration about Katherine Ferguson, who became a pioneer in the Sunday school movement.
An unstable economy. A shaky stock market. Businesses facing huge financial losses. People losing their homes, jobs, savings, and…hope?
Is the sky falling in? Some feel that way. Is God still in control? Others wonders as they see and experience fallout from the greed and corruption that is seemingly pushing our nation to the brink of bankruptcy.
In Lee Jenkins on Money, financial analyst Lee Jenkins answers questions about the nation’s changing economy and other financial matters readers may be facing in the midst of this difficult financial climate. He helps them take a sober and responsible look at their finances and challenges them to be faithful stewards over what God has entrusted to them. Lee shows that by looking at life from God’s perspective and applying biblical principles to their finances, readers bear witness to the fact that God is still in control and there is still hope.
Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.