*Condition Note: Like new with plastic wrap in place.*
Doctrines are doubtless an important part of the Christian culture, but they are only one aspect of what in the early days of the church "turned the world upside down." Doctrines must be translated into lives. The "word" must become "flesh." In these days of the multiplication of Bible translations, this most important Bible translation should become paramount.
This book gives twenty-five insights into the successful early training of children for God. The lives here represented have largely been lived--their records stand written. Parents of different backgrounds used different methods to achieve their goal--"a character formed according to the divine likeness."
Some people say that the Adventist heritage is petering out--tending toward anonymity. But it will survive and remain strong as long as dedicated parents send forth young people with the stamp of character depicted in the pages of this book.
1. Some Recollections of My Home and Parents
2. Parental Influences in My Background
3. My Parents and Character Development
4. Memories From Childhood
5. Through Nature to Nature's God
6. In My Parents' Shadow
7. Riches Money Can't Buy
8. "I Owe It All to God and My Parents
9. Accepting Life as An Opportunity
10. Life in the Rural Northwest
11. Character--A Preparation for Life
12. God Worked Through My Parents
13. My Parents Were My Reference Point
14. God's Plan for My Life
15. "In the Days of Thy Youth"
16. A Tribute to Our Parents
17. The Meashenko Parents
18. The Influence of a Christian Home
19. What I Have Learned From My Father
20. My Mother's Methods
21. Happiness Is the Attainment of Excellence
22. Growing Up to Be Like Dad
23. Florence Nightingale---My Mother and Example
24. My Life With Gammie and Grandpap
25. My Greatest Legacy
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