Walking Tall in Babylon by Connie Neal
Raising Children to Be Godly and Wise in a Perilous World

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Courageous Parenting for Dangerous Times.

We live in frightening times, when stories of terrorism and child abductions lead the evening news, and kids regularly experiment with such dangers as drugs, alcohol, and premarital sex, raves and the occult. At such times, it seems to many parents that the world is falling apart. Nothing is more terrifying than sending our children out into a dangerous world. But what can we really do to protect our kids?

You Can Lead Your Family Out of Fear and Into Effective, Godly Living.

Scripture tells us that centuries ago, Daniel and his friends also faced a hostile world. Yet God provided a way for them to “walk tall in Babylon.” Not only did God keep them safe, he allowed them to profoundly affect the culture they touched–and he can protect and strengthen your kids in the same way.

Includes Materials for Personal or Group Study.

From the Trade Paperback edition.

About Connie Neal

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Connie Neal is the author of over thirty books and Bible projects, most recently What's the Christian to Do with Harry Potter?. She toured as a speaker with Women of Faith in 1998 and now crosses the country conducting workshops on Harry Potter's influence in the Christian community. Along with her husband, Connie is raising their three children to remain culturally literate without compromising their love of God.
Published June 24, 2010 by WaterBrook Press. 230 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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In this guidebook for Christian parents, Neal emphasizes the need to teach children an inner moral code, rather than blind adherence to external controls, and to be fully involved in nurturing children's spirituality.

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