PK Preacher's Kids!

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"Sometimes church is sad because from the outside looking in, things look good-people want to get inside. But from the inside, people want to get out. I think it has something to do with how people are treated after they get in. It's not God! It's definitely not God's fault. It's the people's fault: the church people!"

It's time to face the fact: PK problems are everyone's problem. With Preachers' Kids: Abiding Under the Shadow, James Bailey gives you an unfiltered look into the troubling circumstances PKs live ...

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Overview

"Sometimes church is sad because from the outside looking in, things look good-people want to get inside. But from the inside, people want to get out. I think it has something to do with how people are treated after they get in. It's not God! It's definitely not God's fault. It's the people's fault: the church people!"

It's time to face the fact: PK problems are everyone's problem. With Preachers' Kids: Abiding Under the Shadow, James Bailey gives you an unfiltered look into the troubling circumstances PKs live through simply because of who their parents are. What can really be done about dysfunction in the body of Christ? James Bailey breaks the dialogue wide open and not only tells his story, but also includes words directly from the mouths of many other PKs as they candidly share their life experiences.

Instead of sitting back and accepting these serious issues as part of life in a sinful world, we can actively discuss the problems and each determine to do our part in carrying out solutions. If you are a PK, you will find support, solace and spiritual wisdom to handle the situations that often interfere in your personal relationship with Christ. If you are not a PK, you will have your eyes opened to what they experience. As one of their Christian siblings, you can make better choices about how you relate with the first family of your congregation. From every side there are positive changes in attitudes and behavior that can be accomplished through God's all-powerful love and grace. Read Preachers' Kids today.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781629523774
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 3/31/2014
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.34 (d)

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