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Day One Family Focal Point Series (5 vols.)
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Overview

The Day One Family Focal Point Series is filled with biblical insights into various topics relevant for today. This collection will help you gain wisdom on important questions concerning divorce and remarriage, discover new ways to lead your family in worship, acquire the tools needed to become more effective in your study of Scripture, and find encouragement when dealing with children who don’t know the Lord.

With the Logos edition of the Day One Family Focal Point Series, you get an abundance of applicable, insightful resources. You can easily research divorce and access an assortment of useful resources and perspectives from a variety of pastors and theologians.

Key Features

  • Practical help and suggestions
  • Questions for further understanding and application
  • Talking points to encourage further thought and discussion
  • Scripture reading plans

Individual Titles

The Divorce Dilemma: God’s Last Word on Lasting Commitment

  • Author: John MacArthur
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 128

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Do you find yourself at one of life’s most important crossroads with an extremely difficult decision to make? Whether you’re married and considering divorce, single and considering marriage, or divorced and considering remarriage, you’re battling tough questions: Am I doing what’s best? Am I doing what’s right?

Maybe you think no one knows exactly how you feel—no one understands the pressures shaping your decision. If that’s the case, you’ll be relieved to know someone does understand.

God’s Word offers the most comprehensive guide to answering those questions. In The Divorce Dilemma, John MacArthur looks directly to the Bible to dig out the solutions and advice you need. This book can help strengthen good marriages and heal troubled ones, and offer wisdom for singles and divorced people considering marriage.

John MacArthur is a fifth-generation pastor, a popular author and conference speaker, and has served as pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969. MacArthur has been acknowledged as one the most influential preachers of his time. John’s pulpit ministry has been extended around the globe through his media ministry, Grace to You. In addition to producing daily radio programs for nearly 2,000 English and Spanish radio outlets worldwide, Grace to You distributes books, software, audiotapes, and CDs by John MacArthur.

John is the president of The Master’s College and The Master’s Seminary. He has written hundreds of books and study guides, including the bestselling MacArthur NT Commentaries.

Lead Your Family in Worship: Discovering the Enjoyment of God

  • Author: Francois Carr
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 80

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All churches want to experience growth. Many churches are implementing special projects and techniques in order to achieve this growth. But churches consist of families—and families consist of individuals. If a family is spiritually healthy, it leads to spontaneous growth in the church and to the spiritual development of the community. Yet few churches focus their growth, particularly their spiritual growth, on the foundation of the holiness of individuals and family members. The traditional practice of family worship has become neglected as a result.

In Lead Your Family in Worship, Francois Carr pleads for the return of family worship times. What is family worship? Why is it so rarely practiced today? What should family worship time consist of? How can my family get started? Illustrated with examples of many great men and women in church history, this book answers these questions and demonstrates the influence that the practice of family worship has had through the centuries.

Anyone who knows Francois Carr quickly recognizes two things: he has a heart for his family and he longs for revival. In this helpful work, Francois combines the two. A heart for God is learned at home. Holiness is taught at home. If there is to be revival in our land and if there are to be great men and women of God leading our churches, then Christian parents must take seriously their calling to raise up a godly generation in their homes. This helpful work will be a great help to those parents seeking to build homes that honor God.

Richard Blackaby, director, Blackaby Ministries

I believe that Francois Carr has brought to us a very practical and helpful tool for families. As the family is so under attack these days we are seeking for things to bring stability back to the family. The essential role of the Word of God must once again become paramount.

—John McGregor, executive director, Canadian Revival Fellowship

Here is an important and timely, as well as scriptural, exhortation and introduction to family worship. Read and pray over its contents and the Lord can use it to bless your family and also your church. I commend this little book to you.

Eryl Davies, principal, Evangelical Theological College of Wales, United Kingdom

The Bible clearly instructs families to gather together for biblical teaching and worship. The author’s burden is that this vital practice be retained, restored, and in many cases instituted for the first time. Family worship is essential and Francois Carr is convinced of its merits. He instructs most helpfully in great practical details how each family can begin worship together in the home. I commend this awakening call with its clear instructions to the Christian public.

Colin Peckham, former principal, Faith Mission Bible School, Edinburgh, Scotland

It is an old but a good saying that families which pray together stay together. This refreshingly up-to-date book on family worship is a valuable contribution to a much neglected area of Christian practice. May God be pleased to bless its teaching to very many.

—Maurice Roberts, emeritus minister, Free Church of Scotland, Inverness

Francois Carr has served as the executive director of Revival South Africa and Te Deum Ministries, since 1993. He is the senior editor of Revival, A Journal on Prayer, Holiness and Revival and cosponsor of the Heart Cry Conferences in the USA, Malawi, and South Africa.

No Longer Two: A Christian Guide for Engagement and Marriage

  • Authors: Brian H. Edwards and Barbara Edwards
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 196

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

No Longer Two is a workbook for couples preparing for marriage. Designed in a contemporary and accessible style, it faces the issues that will confront two people committing the whole of their lives together. With preparation questions and a short, relevant, Bible study for each chapter, it is especially designed for all who take seriously God’s revealed plan for marriage. No Longer Two has become a standard workbook used by church leaders in many countries for the vital ministry of preparing a man and a woman for the most exciting and challenging adventure of their lives.

Quite simply one of the best books on the market today on the subject of marriage.

The Monthly Record

It is written in a warm, clear style. It is thoroughly biblical, and eminently practical and pastoral . . . excellent treatment of such a vital topic.

Evangelical Times

From a pastoral point of view, I have found this book, No Longer Two, to be extremely useful in my pre-marital counseling classes and have given each couple a copy as an essential part of their preparation for marriage.

—Brian Stone, minister, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Johannesburg, South Africa

A keen student of both Scripture and Western culture, Brian helps Christians of all ages understand biblical teaching on these matters and why fidelity to God’s vision for men and women in his world is so vital.

Michael Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Brian Edwards earned his theological degree at the University of London before entering the pastoral ministry for the next 30 years. He then took on a wider role of preaching and lecturing within the United Kingdom and abroad. Brian has authored or coauthored more than 20 books on theological, historical, and biographical subjects.

Teach Your Family the Truth: Building the Basics of the Faith

  • Author: Brian Stone
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 128

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God’s Word is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path, and we are always looking for tools to assist us in becoming more effective in our study and application of the Scriptures. This is what this book is intended to be—a building block in the basics of the faith, assisting parents to train up their children in the ways of the Lord, in the context of family devotions. It is also intended to be used as a tool to assist in coming to understand the riches of the wonderful truths that are in God’s Word.

This book will be a great aid for those whose aim it is to make family worship enjoyable and profitable. From our own personal experience, my wife and I have found that teaching children by means of the Children’s Catechism has been invaluable, and I am glad to see this publication being made available at this time.

—William G. Hughes, pastor, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Coconut Creek, FL

Catechising imaginatively, vivaciously, and spiritually is a superlative means of grace available for all Christian families. I love the way Brian Stone has put this one together and commend it highly.

—Erroll Hulse, editor, Reformation Today

Baptists have a rich heritage of using catechisms to instruct children and new believers. I am delighted that recent years have witnessed a recovery of that heritage. This work by Brian Stone will be a wonderful blessing to parents and children alike who follow its user-friendly plan.

—Tom Ascol, executive director, Founders Ministries

Brian Stone was born in Boksburg, South Africa, and was converted in his early teens in the local Baptist Church in Queenstown where he grew up. After completing his schooling, he went into a family business, but sensed a growing call into the pastoral ministry. In 1967, he entered the Baptist Theological College in Johannesburg where he studied for four years, and has been serving the Lord in a number of Baptist Churches in South Africa over the past 35 years.

Unconverted Sons and Daughters: Hope for Hurting Parents

  • Author: Carl Muller
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 80

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While children are a gift from the Lord and enrich our lives inestimably, parenting is not for the fainthearted. The rigors of raising children often lead to “hands which hang down and . . . feeble knees!” This is particularly true when the children we have devoted ourselves to do not know the Lord. Wise counsel abounds as to what we should do as parents but where is one to find encouragement when nothing seems to be working? The author seeks to minister to such parents and to “strengthen their hand in God,” using the Scriptures and lessons from Christian history.

Scarcely any Christian parent lives without ever experiencing the concern addressed by Carl Muller in this book. Every heavy-hearted parent, burdened for the salvation of a child—regardless of the age of that child—will find encouragement here.

Donald S. Whitney, professor of biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

This book imparts both courage and encouragement to the reader. I hope it has a wide impact.

Michael Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

All who take an hour to read this book will find it a means of grace. It will do pastoral work for every preacher who uses it.

—Geoff Thomas, pastor, Alfred Place Baptist Church, Aberystwyth, Wales

When there is a crying need for a godly offspring to be raised, the outstanding advice and encouragement given by Carl Muller is sorely needed.

Martin Holdt, form pastor emeritus, Constantia Park Baptist Church, Pretoria, South Africa

Carl Muller, born and raised in South Africa, came to faith in Christ in his late teens and prepared for the ministry at Tyndale Bible College and Seminary. He has been in Christian ministry for over 30 years and is presently serving as the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Burlington, Ontario. He also lectures on homiletics at Toronto Baptist Seminary.

Product Details

  • Title: Day One Family Focal Point Series
  • Series: Family Focal Point
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 612