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OakTara As for Me and My House

Little did David and Cassy Knight realize where their decision to homeschool their four children would lead them. As they strive to discover God's design for church and family, and to shield their growing children from a peer-focused, entertainment-driven youth culture, David and Cassy's own preconceptions are challenged again and again. As they lead their teenagers through the battles of rock music, peer pressure, purity, and even face decisions regarding government diplomas and college, the pressure to compromise mounts.

Yet will they go so far as to pull their children out of the church youth group? Wouldn't that be "un-Christian"? And what about dating, courtship, and marriage? David declares, "As for me and my house, we will serve the LORD." But what does that mean on a daily basis? The Knights are about to find out..

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Realize our kids are our greatest treasure

Date:November 29, 2011
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An easy read to challenge the comfortable roles we have fallen into as God's people. Are the norms in our churches really biblical? What will our children believe and value as they turn the corner into adulthood? As their parents will we battle for them? "As for me and my House" reminds us that if we don't, who will? It helps us to understand the biblical role of parenting and lays a firm foundation for young adults who trust and follow Christ's instructions.
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