Many people did not grow up in a Christian home, and many more do not consider their childhood experience a good model. Robert Wolgemuth presents this inspiring, practical aduiobook for people who want to have a Christian home.
So, what's so great about a Christian home? There's redemption. There's forgiveness. There's hope. Laughter and genuine happiness. There's discipline and purpose there. And there's grace . . . lots of grace.
The Most Important Place on Earth, read by the author, covers eight answers to the question "What does a Christian home look like?" It's filled with stories and practical ideas that will convince any reader that a Christian home is not an illusive stereotype. It's something that really can be achieved. And it's something worth having. You'll see.
|About the Contributor(s)||Robert Wolgemuth
In August of 1996, Robert released his first book, She Calls Me Daddy: Seven Things Every Man Needs to Know about Building a Complete Daughter. The book became a bestseller. He is also the author of many other titles including The Most Important Place on Earth: What a Christian Home Looks Like and How to Build One; Seven Things You Better Have Nailed Down before All Hell Breaks Loose and the sequel to his first book, She Still Calls Me Daddy: Building a New Relationship with Your Daughter after You Walk Her Down the Aisle. He has also co-written The Most Important Year in a Man’s Life: What Every Groom Needs to Know with Mark DeVries, and What’s in the Bible with Dr. RC Sproul.
His speaking assignments have taken him across America and through several foreign countries.
Robert Wolgemuth has served two terms as the Chairman of the Evangelical Christian Publishers’ Association. As a layman, he has taught adult Sunday school classes since 1969 in Texas, Tennessee and Florida
A 1969 graduate of Taylor University, he received an honorary doctorate in 2005. Robert, a widower, is the father of two adult daughters and five grandchildren. In the fall of 2015, Robert married Nancy Leigh DeMoss. .
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