Here is the new book cover for our latest work Raising Godly Children in a Godless Age.

To whet your appetite here are a couple of snippets from Pastor Matt Trewhella’s fantastic Forward.

Zimmerman concluded that the tipping point for when civilizations or societies begin to destroy themselves is when the people no longer want to have children.

Zimmerman points out that the reason “not wanting children” is the tipping point where cultures begin their slide to destruction is because when men want to be husbands and fathers and women want to be wives and mothers – it produces in people virtue. But when men don’t want to be husbands and fathers and women don’t want to be wives and mothers – it produces within people vice.

The laws and policies of American governments – and all the West for that matter – are decidedly against families.

And every good statist knows that in order to strengthen the state, you must weaken the family.

Governments have learned that the more sexually licentious a people become, the more easily they are controlled politically.

American Christianity has also long bought into the lie of feminism and gender egalitarianism and is now busy rewriting 2000 years of biblical interpretation in order to accommodate itself to homosexual acts.

In other words, American Christianity has decided rather than confront the idols and thinking of the world it will confirm the idols and thinking of the world.

Most people have no understanding of family because they have embraced the hologram-family of American society. Rusty Thomas will give you the presuppositions for biblical thinking concerning family and he will give you practical application to build and strengthen your family in a wise and godly manner. He has lived it.

May Christ be praised in the earth!
Matthew Trewhella
St. Nicholas Day, 2018
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

“I remember a great man coming into my house, at Waltham, and seeing all my children standing in the order of their age and stature, said, “These are they that make rich men poor.” But he straight received this answer, “Nay, my lord, these are they that make a poor man rich; for there is not one of these whom we would part with for all your wealth.”

Joseph Hall, English churchman, 1574 – 1656

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