Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture that's Gone Stark Raving Mad

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Everywhere you look these days, there's sex, violence, and depravity perverting our minds, infecting our hearts, and corrupting our souls. It's coming through the internet, television, magazines, and music, invading our schools, our churches, our communities, even our homes. Mothers, fathers . . . it's time to fight back. And Rebecca Hagelin's bold new book Home Invasion tells you how.

This brave and bracing book is your weapon in the struggle to preserve childhood as a place of...

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Overview

Everywhere you look these days, there's sex, violence, and depravity perverting our minds, infecting our hearts, and corrupting our souls. It's coming through the internet, television, magazines, and music, invading our schools, our churches, our communities, even our homes. Mothers, fathers . . . it's time to fight back. And Rebecca Hagelin's bold new book Home Invasion tells you how.

This brave and bracing book is your weapon in the struggle to preserve childhood as a place of innocence for your young children, and to help your teens tower above the culture that seeks to rob them of strong character and their best future.

Providing much-needed support and encouragement, Rebecca Hagelin―a columnist, a nationally known social commentator, and most important, a concerned mother of three―shows you how you can triumph over a culture that's gone stark raving mad.

Speaking as one parent to another, Hagelin offers practical, powerful solutions for building strong, safe environments for our kids. She inspires and coaches parents on how to stay informed, secure allies in this monumental battle, and most of all, muster the courage and the resolve to lead your family to victory against "cultural terrorism."

Written with the conviction of a mother who has had enough of the cultural sludge of indecency and immorality thrust on our vulnerable children, this book takes a bold look at how today's depraved culture has invaded the last safe place―the American family―and what we must do to reclaim the sanctity of the home and the innocence of our children.

"Why would we engage in this battle? asks Hagelin. "Because we love our kids. Because our children are depending on us to protect them. Because it's the right thing to do. And because we can win."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595552839
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Rebecca Hagelin is the vice president of communications and marketing for the Heritage Foundation. Her columns have been published in scores of publications including USA Today and the Los Angeles Times, and her weekly column "Heart Beat" appears on WND and TownHall.com. She is a veteran of hundreds of radio, television, newspaper, and magazine interviews, with numerous appearances on CNN, Fox News, and national network news.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2008

    Really good information

    She supplies really good information and insight into the media and TV for young and older kids today. She also gives helpful and realistic ways for us counteract it and help protect our families. The only downfalls for me were how she sometimes pushed a little too far with religion, and also the 'Yes, Ma'am' and 'No, Sir' in teaching respect in her home. I prefer simply 'Yes, please' and 'No, thank you.' Obviously, that is just a personal preference.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2006

    Good Book for Mom's and Dads

    I thought the book had a lot of good things to offer, but frankly I liked the book 'Save Generations Y and Z' better as it covered more topics and it was less politiacally correct in context.

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