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Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Familes (Signed Copy) by Terry Cagle

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Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Familes (Signed Copy) by Terry Cagle

11.95

ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Devil has had his way in the family far too long. God designed the family to be beautiful. He even placed the first family in the paradise of the Garden of Eden. However, once the knowledge of good and evil entered the family, the Devil has tried, and has succeeded in keeping his foot in the door to the family.
 
The family needs a complete paradigm shift. The family needs to practice good, godly habits in order to accomplish this shift. The hope and prayer from this book is that Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Families will provide the reader a useful tool for positive family habits. This will result in a change in our families, in our neighborhoods, in our churches, and in our world.
 
The mission of this book is that it will inspire good, godly habits that will allow families to shift from dysfunctional to highly functional. After reading each chapter, you will see a section titled, “Family Talk.” This is a section of study questions that will allow for even more quality discussions together.
 
Please consider practicing these 21 habits so they will become habits in your family’s daily life. Together, we can change and be the family that God first designed the family to be.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Terry Cagle serves God as a minister at Azalea City Church of Christ in Mobile, Ala. He has been married to his wife, Michelle, for 17 years. They have two children, Bo and Madeline. Cagle is also a son, brother and Christian who is interested in seeing a paradigm shift in the family. Cagle holds a degree in Biblical Studies from Faulkner University. With more than 20 years combined experience as a youth and family minister, teacher and coach, Cagle’s passion is to help families learn to thrive as God designed. Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Families is his first book. For more information on the book or Cagle’s speaking schedule, visit www.21habits.net.

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ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Devil has had his way in the family far too long. God designed the family to be beautiful. He even placed the first family in the paradise of the Garden of Eden. However, once the knowledge of good and evil entered the family, the Devil has tried, and has succeeded in keeping his foot in the door to the family.
 
The family needs a complete paradigm shift. The family needs to practice good, godly habits in order to accomplish this shift. The hope and prayer from this book is that Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Families will provide the reader a useful tool for positive family habits. This will result in a change in our families, in our neighborhoods, in our churches, and in our world.
 
The mission of this book is that it will inspire good, godly habits that will allow families to shift from dysfunctional to highly functional. After reading each chapter, you will see a section titled, “Family Talk.” This is a section of study questions that will allow for even more quality discussions together.
 
Please consider practicing these 21 habits so they will become habits in your family’s daily life. Together, we can change and be the family that God first designed the family to be.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Terry Cagle serves God as a minister at Azalea City Church of Christ in Mobile, Ala. He has been married to his wife, Michelle, for 17 years. They have two children, Bo and Madeline. Cagle is also a son, brother and Christian who is interested in seeing a paradigm shift in the family. Cagle holds a degree in Biblical Studies from Faulkner University. With more than 20 years combined experience as a youth and family minister, teacher and coach, Cagle’s passion is to help families learn to thrive as God designed. Twenty-One Habits of Highly Functioning Families is his first book. For more information on the book or Cagle’s speaking schedule, visit www.21habits.net.