Ada C. Conway's New Book "Raising God's Children" is an Invaluable Wealth of Information That Has the Potential to Change a Nation When Put Into Practice.
New York, NY, January 10, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Ada C. Conway, a teacher with over two decades of experience and a degree in child development, has completed her most recent book “Raising God's Children”: a studied and insightful look at what today’s parents can do to mold the new generation into productive and successful bible-believing adults.
Ada says, “I’ve often heard it said, “Children don’t come with an instruction manual.” I beg to differ. Children do come with an instruction manual; it’s called The Holy Bible.”
Published by Fulton Books, Ada C. Conway’s book is a manual of sorts based on standard traditional and contemporary Christian values and is loaded with both natural and spiritual wisdom offering insight into what has been learned from every available resource—including, the wisdom of people who have raised excellent children; insight from people who spoke of what they would have done differently concerning their children; the wisdom of hit-and-miss, trial-and-error, and right-and-wrong judgment calls learned by many parents during years of raising their own children; the natural common sense of raising children; and the instructions laid out in the Holy Bible.
This book is an emotional adventure of thought-provoking, discussion-initiating subjects and issues faced in the daily responsibilities of raising children, interwoven with many personal short stories that will bring a smile to the reader's face and even make them laugh out loud. This is an invaluable wealth of information that has the potential to change the world in two to three generations, if put into practice.
Readers who wish to experience this inspired work can purchase “Raising God's Children” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books