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August 19, 2004

Looking for a few used books. . .

In early September, a short-term team will be coming help with a Family Conference. Hubby and I went to a bookstore that sells Christian books in Russian, and bought several to lend out. (Books here, added August 19th.) We were familiar with most of the authors, but had only read a few of the books.

If anyone has one of the astericked books on their bookshelf, and you don't intend to re-read it, we'd love to have it! We much prefer to have read a book before lwe loan it out. E-mail me @ alex8b8 at hotmail dot com for a mailing address.

**To A Thousand Generations by Douglas Wilson

Reforming Marriage by Douglas Wilson

Forgiven and Set Free: A Post-Abortion Bible Study for Women by Linda Cochrane

Relational Parenting: Going Beyond Your Child's Behavior to Meet Their Deepest Needs by Ross Campbell M.D.

**How to Really Know Your Child: Help Your Child Grow into Spiritual Maturity (Relationships) by Ross Campbell

**Kids in Danger: Disarming the Destructive Power of Anger in Your Child by Ross Campbell

**Parenting Your Adult Child: How You Can Help Them Achieve Their Full Potential by Ross Campbell

**The Freedom & Power of Forgiveness by John MacArthur

**The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary D. Chapman

**The Intimate Marriage: A Practical Guide to Building a Great Marriage (Sproul, R. C. R.C. Sproul Library.) by R. C. Sproul

**Inside Out: 10th Anniversary by Lawrence J. Crabb

**The Other Side of Love: Handling Anger in a Godly Way by Gary D. Chapman

**Intended for Pleasure: Sex Technique and Sexual Fulfillment in Christian Marriage, Third Edition by Ed Wheat

**Beloved Unbeliever by Jo Berry


Like I said, we haven't read most of these books, so this list is not necessarily an endorsement. These were the ones that were available in Russian and looked most promising.

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FWIW, I've read most of the Ross Campbell books listed and they are *excellent*.

Posted by: Joanne aka Happy HSer at August 20, 2004 12:27 AM

Thanks for that feedback, Joanne. Campbell's "Relational Parenting" was the first parenting-related book I'd read in many years. I really like it, and it rings true with both what I've observed with my children and what I see in Scripture.

We're aquainted with Ross Campbell's son and dil. *grin* Quite a good endorsement.

Posted by: TulipGirl at August 20, 2004 06:19 AM

I'll give a hearty endorsement to "To a Thousand Generations." It is charitably written by one who has "come over" from the Baptist perspective, without that "cage stage" need to treat his own former views as the rantings of idiots. It's also very accessible in the way Wilson's books are.

Posted by: pentamom at August 20, 2004 03:53 PM

i THINK i can get my hands on love languages of children and intended for pleasure. I THINK those are here.
ya wanna send me a little addy to mommybygod@earthlink.net?

and give me a week or so--we are still deep in recovery--but we are not sweating any more!!! YAY!

Posted by: Dana at August 21, 2004 02:35 PM

Thanks, pentamom, for your reassuring words on that book. Btw, how have you and yours been doing lately?

Dana! Thanks! And hooray that the AC is back. My ILs business is in Venice, and we are just so thankful that the only damage they saw was extra leaves/tree limbs around the warehouse.

Posted by: TulipGirl at August 22, 2004 01:23 AM

We are all well, thanks so much for asking. Not as well as we would be if your hubby were still blogging though...when's he due back? ;-)

Posted by: pentamom at August 24, 2004 02:46 AM


 
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