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How To Ruin Your Child In 7 Easy Steps

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How To Ruin Your Child In 7 Easy Steps

Patrick M Quinn and Ken Roach

Will you give your children a legacy of life? Tame Your Vices, Nurture Their Virtues

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In a world where parenting advice shifts faster than fashion trends, this “how NOT to parent” resource takes a fresh look at how the seven deadly sins are the root of most modern parenting mistakes. Through humourous stories and practical biblical wisdom, Patrick Quinn and Ken Roach show how well-meaning parents can ruin their children’s lives in seven easy steps (wrath, greed, envy, lust, sloth, gluttony and pride). Quinn and Roach then offer a fresh counterapproach - laying a seven-fold foundation for lasting significance where parents can help rescue their children’s hearts...and futures.

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Patrick M. Quinn is the teaching pastor of the 8000-member Frazer United Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Florida State University and a master of divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Patrick and his wife, Rachael have three children and also serve as foster parents. Ken Roach is the director of content development at Frazer United Methodist Church. He is also husband to Emily and father of four. He holds a batcelor of communication from Auburn University Montgomery and is studying for the master of divinity at Asbury Theological Seminary.

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Author / Artist Patrick M Quinn and Ken Roach
Release Date 3 Jul 2015

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