Books I Read 2015: 12 quotes from Gospel-Centered Family

Contextual Thinking

It’s the last month of the year. The next few days I will be sharing some of the books I read this year.

The book that I would like to share today is on Parenting and Family: Gospel-Centered Family by Tim Chester and Ed Moll.


This book is very engaging and easy to read. Every chapter begins with a principle, followed by a real life situation. Then at the end of each chapter there are questions of reflection. These questions are soul searching questions that demand practical follow up. Most importantly this book will motivate you to lead your family in the way that glorifies God and displays the gospel; grace and mercy.

1.When people in families live for themselves, the result is chaos, conflict and destruction. In families we learn to live alongside others, negotiate differences and express our views while tolerating other opinions.


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