A neglected Grace
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Family Worship in the Christian Home
Written by Jason Helopoulos
Whether your home includes a single mother with her children, three generations of a family, the immediate family and Uncle Bob, who is living in a spare room, or the traditional father, mother and children, it is our joyful responsibility to lead our home in daily worship the Lord. In the history of the church, family worship has been one of the Christian family’s strongest characteristics.
In the last century, however, this great tradition of the faith is vanishing amidst the pressures of busy schedules. In his book, the author, graciously calls pastors and elders, and individual members, to reclaim the practice of family worship as a glorious expression of our Christian faith. This indispensable means of grace directs our families to seek and enjoy the love and beauty of Christ daily (at a minimum at meal time).
"What we need is precisely what Pastor Jason Helopoulos has provided: a wise, realistic, gospel-motivated (rather than guilt-driven) guide that all of us can use and put into practice. I am happy to commend it, and I am eager to see how the Lord will use it for his glory and the strengthening of families!" -Justin Taylor, Executive vice president, Crossway Books and blogger, "Between Two Worlds", Wheaton, Illinois
"If your family is not worshipping together in the home, this may be the most important book you read this year." -Richard D. Phillips, Senior Minister, Second Presbyterian Church, Greenville, South Carolina
“This excellent little paperback is well titled... Helopolous strikes the right note- Just Do It- while giving enough practical hints to make worship enjoyable as well as profitable.” -The Monthly Record, Magazine of the Free Church of Scotland
Paperback, 128 pages, notes, bibliography, helpful suggestions, questions to ponder
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