The Rejoicing Parents of the Righteous
An inspiring message, based on the words of Proverbs 23:24-26:
“The father of the righteous will greatly rejoice, and he who begets a wise son will be glad in him. Let your father and mother be glad, and let her rejoice who gave birth to you. Give me your heart, my son, and let your eyes delight in my ways!”
What brings Christian parents more joy than knowing that our children are walking in the truth? So why not invest most of our child training efforts into training in righteousness? Because that is the investment which is sure to, one day, bring us the greatest possible joy.
For every parent who craves seeing his children in hot pursuit of a holy life and zealously following Christ, this message will provide you some practical pointers for providing that kind of training. For every parent who has neglected this aspect of child-training, it is our hope that this message will provoke you to re-orient your goals, so that your first and foremost ones are those which count for eternity.
Single audio CD, 44 minutes.
About the Speaker
Dennis Gundersen is the President and owner of Grace & Truth Books, and author of Your Child’s Profession of Faithand Courtship and Dating: So What’s the Difference? He and his wife Naomi have been married since 1976 and have four adult sons, all of whom they homeschooled for the entire duration of their pre-college education. He served as Pastor-Teacher of two different churches in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area from 1984-2009. Dennis teaches at churches and conferences nationwide, and is a visiting professor at the Tlapaneco Bible Institute in Guerrero, Mexico.
Other CD messages of Dennis, found at Grace & Truth Books:
- Helping Your Child Build a Good Conscience
- Courtship and Dating: So What’s the Difference?
- A Hebrew Boys’s Education in the Time of Christ
- Don’t Scare the Children! Homeschooling and the Fear of the Lord
- Building Godly Character with Older Books
- Doing Family Worship without being a Bible Scholar
- Homeschooling with a Broken Spirit
- Faithful and Flawed Fathers: Abraham and You, Dad