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Unlock the Power of Family: Discover God's…

Unlock the Power of Family: Discover God's Design for Lasting…

by Daniel A. Brown

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Psychologists label them dysfunctional, but have no lasting solutions for the pain. In this book you will find real biblical answers for facing and healing the brokenness in family life. Daniel Brown's groundbreaking approach to one of our most profound disappointments shows us an entirely new way of looking at family - as a covenant relationship. Unlock the Power of Family will help you recognize the four elements of covenant: Exchanging Names, Rehearsing History, Making Promises, and Accepting Consequences.

By putting into practice these four elements, we can see why we are the way we are, pinpointing the source of damage done to us by the family in which we grew up and protect our children from similar trauma by raising them according to God's design.

Discover the potential of covenant relationships and turn brokenness into blessing for your family.

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