GOD's Instructions to the Family by Margaret Ann Gibson

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Margaret Ann Gibson began ministering to youth who married at a young age at 12 years old. She was called “The Philosopher” by many of her peers. She had a desire at an early age to see the family unit become more responsible in protecting children from abuse. While the family depends upon support from the extended family and friends for its survival much observation and investigation to the true character of those that help them should not be overlooked. She now realizes that the family can reduce the occurrence of abuse by communicating with their children on a daily basis regarding the activities of their day and making them aware of what is considered inappropriate behavior by others.

The family unit today has many problems because CHRIST is not the center of it. The family can be restored by parents repenting of their sins and obeying GOD’s instructions to the family. Life is a problem solving process and the Word of GOD has a solution for each one. It is not too late to restore the family. GOD created the family to be successful. This book will share many but not all of the scriptures that GOD gave to the family to practice and train their children.

I believe that the family is the most important entity in the earth. We need each other. GOD did not give us a choice as to who our family members would be. We must accept our differences and forgive each other when we fail to meet each other’s needs and expectations. We must close the doors to division, confusion, unforgiveness, greed, pride, favoritism, jealousy, gossip, rejection and abandonment. Let us seek GOD for direction to restore our family back to HIM.
 

About Margaret Ann Gibson

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Margaret Ann Gibson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1947. She was displaced from that area after Hurricane Katrina and now resides in Irving, Texas. She graduated from college earning a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 1965 and a Juris Doctor Degree in Law in 1983. She was a 1985 candidate in Who's Who in America and was listed in the 1986 volume of Who's Who Among Professional and Business Women International. She is a published author and owns a business incubation program that assists entrepreneurs with pursuing their vision. Presently, she is developing a network to send missionaries to impoverished communities worldwide. She is the Founder and President of Serving Others, Inc., a non-profit corporation dedicated to good works. She has plans to pursue a doctorate degree in Jewish Studies and is currently a member of a Messianic Jewish congregation. She has spent more than twenty years speaking in prisons, homeless shelters, substance abuse programs, detention centers and on the streets. GOD called her to be an evangelist, teacher, builder and intercessor in HIS kingdom. In addition to her many talents, she has also produced several spiritual television and radio broadcasting programs.
 
Published June 3, 2011 by Xlibris. 86 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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