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Fun Projects For Hands-On Character Building…

Fun Projects For Hands-On Character Building

by Rick Boyer

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As the parents of twelve children from infant to adult, Rick and Marilyn Boyer have plenty of experience. With that resevoir of valuable experience in parenting and character building they show you ideas, programs and projects that build character traits like obedience, self-acceptance, a forgiving spirit, meekness, an inner hunger for righteousness, and a strong testimony traits every one of us would like our children to exhibit. The projects are fun to do and will create many precious memories that will last a lifetime. Speckled with scripture and based on Deuteronomy 6:5Ð9, the Boyer's teach you how to "teach them [the commandments] diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up." Rick Boyer writes, "You can see that what we are trying to do here is give you some ideas by which you can saturate your child's home environment with God's Word. All responsible Christian parents have a deep desire to train their children up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, but most of us were not brought up in the kind of home we hope to provide for our own families, and we need a little direction as to how to go about the job." Fun, easy, and filled with common sense, Fun Projects is sure to help.

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