When humanistic education and mass media dominate the shaping of our consciousness from infancy, the result is a society that thinks and relates very differently to God’s design. Many Christian families look no different to their worldly contemporaries because we are products of this mass production factory rather than the fruit of Biblical discipleship. Since the church is full of such families, we often perpetuate humanistic social engineering rather than the good fruit of God's wisdom. Hence the problem is exacerbated.
The older generation may remember a time when respect and honour were part of our social vocabulary, but this generation only ever hears the word "equality". Is this equality the answer to society’s ills? Or is it the cause of its unravelling?
Rediscover far deeper and richer relationships as you learn to build Biblical bonds in your family and local church according to God's timeless wisdom. After all, God created relationships, and He is the only expert worth consulting when it comes to seeking their success.
"I think those believers who have dropped the ball or are struggling in this area will find the book both convicting and encouraging in giving them a solid Biblical and theological basis to rediscover and fully embrace these truths on the family and biblical roles as established by God.
Raising a Godly, Christ centred family is both one of life's greatest challenges and privilages, and when the weight of the message in this book hits home I pray it will stir their hearts to action for His glory.
Thank you for being an obedient servant and watchman of the Lord, and may He bless the book."
- Brent Grey
"What you've written is engaging and compelling to this concerned father … It is obviously something the Lord Jesus has had brewing in you for a while - and has now reached fruition. It is, for both the church and families, a 'timely word'."
- Michael Woolley
"Dear Joseph, it is excellent as usual. You are an amazing man and you do an amazing job. Much LOVE"
- Warwick Marsh, Founder, Dads 4 Kids Fatherhood Foundation