A walk-up call to save our children! Parents, pastors, church leaders and teachers-now's the time to take action and overcome the dangers society poses to our children! This is the Code Blue for what today's culture is producing in the...
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A walk-up call to save our children! Parents, pastors, church leaders and teachers-now's the time to take action and overcome the dangers society poses to our children! This is the Code Blue for what today's culture is producing in the next generation-but the Church and all of God's people can emerge as the paramedics and ambulance in response-if we will act! These stories and societal illustrations are interwoven with hope and action-based tactics for raising the next generation with a biblical worldview, lending children crucial protection from societal influences. Answer God's wake up call and become what He has beckoned you to be-an agent of extraordinary transformation in this dangerously flawed society. With God as our teammate, we will win the tug-of-war for our kids!
This book is a passionate presentation of what our society is producing in children. The authors first present a "code blue" alarm for the need of paramedic and ambulance for at-risk children; then they provide some practical suggestions about how to save the children. The book contains statistics and stories with illustrations and hope-filled solutions; calling the reader to become what God has always called the Church to be - a change agent for the spiritually needy in every strata of society. Given the realities of our world - catastrophes on every news broadcast, an epidemic of fragmented families, a severely coarsened society - we can still make a difference in the lives of children by teaching them to value the right things.
London is vice president of ministry outreach / pastoral ministries at Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs.
Neil B. Wiseman serves churches as a consultant and preacher. He was a professor of pastoral development at Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, for 15 years. He also served 20 years in the pastorate. Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas.