Should I get my baby baptized? Is christening a baby the right thing to do? If you are asking these questions, it shows that you have a genuine concern for your child's future-a future that will be in serious jeopardy if you as a parent are not careful to make wise decisions on your child's behalf. The fact is, infant baptism is only the first in a long line of critical choices that you will have to make in the foreseeable future. These decisions will determine what kind of person this little baby you are holding in your arms will ultimately become, as well as their eternal destiny. Having a child makes you a parent, and parents-in God's eyes-are responsible for training their child in the teachings of the Lord. This book first helps you understand God's teaching on the subject of baptism, and then moves on from there to share proven Christian child raising techniques that will help you raise a child that will bring you joy as a parent.
MOTHER...NANNY...BRIDE? On the run from an overbearing family and a violent fiance, Hope Conroy takes refuge in Conard County, Wyoming. But what can a pregnant ex- socialite do to keep a roof over her head? Divorced rancher Jim Cashford never expected to be raising an angry child alone - he needs a second pair of hands! Despite Hope's secrets, something tells him that she's just what his daughter needs. And the more he gets to know his beautiful, wounded nanny, the more he yearns to heal her heart...and form the family they all long for.
A BABY ON THE WAYA secret, no-strings relationship with Aaron Travers has suited Melody Hartman just fine for the past eight months. The lives of the Mustang Valley veterinarian and the deputy sheriff have always been complicatedand are about to become more so, because Mel is pregnant!Raising his toddler daughter and protecting his Arizona town are Aaron's priorities. But this unexpected pregnancy is a life changer. The widowed single dad is ready to do the right thing and marry Mel. Can he say the three words she is waiting to hear? Will she think he wants to marry her only because of the baby? Or will she acknowledge that their feelings for each other run deeper than either of them realized?"
In this follow-up to Raising Awareness 17 Syllables at a Time: Micropoetry for a Troubled World, Natalie Faulk continues her micropoetic journey to raise awareness by sharing her own philosophy about the current state of the world. Through various short poems such as haiku, senryu, tanka, gogyohka, and free verse, she illuminates global, political, economic, educational, moral, and social strife, believing that even the smallest idea has the potential to make a significant impact.
From traditional favorites to new classics, the prayers and blessings in this delightful collection are perfect for saying over a newborn, or for becoming part of a child’s bedtime repertoire. Filled with loving sentiments and charming illustrations, this is the perfect gift for proud new parents.
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