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Cherish the Children - An Inspirational Work Revealing the Supernal Role…

by Shelly Locke

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There is a softness and a reverence that comes with reading this book.

An awe that can only be felt with the heart while the mind reads the words.

A sacredness that comes with the understanding that these words are true.

"Productive family life is the basis for all measurement for those who are blessed to have a family. Raising a family is a sacred stewardship, designed to teach us, the governing principles of heaven and the kingdom of God. The service and sacrifice rendered in a family prepare us to live in the presence of God. It is by service and sacrifice that we become like Him, more than in any other way."

This is a message...
A call...
Even a plea...

To cherish the children.

Love them.
Nurture them.
Come home to them.

"It is up to us to save our children, to gather them in our arms of love and protect them form the world. We can only do this with them in our watchful care. By this and through this, shall generations be saved by our choices."

Beautifully written.
Words to live by.
Our children do need to be cherished. ( )
  Shauna_Wheelwright | Mar 12, 2014 |
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Here is what others are saying about Shelly's book:

"I wish every Mother could read this beautiful work, and then dedicate their lives to the greatest, most effective use of their time on this earth. If all Mothers could catch the vision of Cherish the Children they would find joy beyond measure as they nurture and train each child diligently in the worth of every soul in the sight of God."
Mary Ellen Smoot General Relief Society President 1997-2002

"In a time when the role of parenthood is increasingly under attack, the world needs more books like Cherish The Children, a voice of recognition that Motherhood and Fatherhood are not only the cornerstones of personal happiness, but of a healthy society."
Richard Paul Evans #1 New York Times bestselling author

"Mothers are the heart and soul of every life they touch. In them lies the beauty, depth and grandeur of life. Cherish the Children is an inspirational expression of the importance of a Mother's work."
Jane Clayson Johnson - Former co-host of The Early Show on CBS and author of I Am a Mother

"In Cherish the Children, Shelly has captured the beauty, the universal truths. and the transcendent spirit of Motherhood. She continues to inspire mothers AND fathers from all continents as she has done during our World Congress of Families events. Her message calls attention to our most significant and most difficult role in life--raising the leaders of the next generation who are the future of our society."
Lawrence D. Jacobs - Managing Director of the World Congress of Families and Vice President , The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:04:45 -0400)

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