Book's Conglomeration of Observations Will Open Minds to God

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Lighthearted title helps readers see their relationship with Him clearly

Many people are searching to understand the questions they pose to God. In Xulon Press author Joe Davis' new release, Childish Parents - Relating to God Through Raising Our Children ($15.99, paperback, 978-1-60791-793-9), he presents a compilation of historical quotes and quips in conjunction with biblical verses; personal philosophical and theological views; and humble and humorous stories. This conglomeration of observations will take readers through various stages of their own lives on a rollercoaster of "ah-ha" and "uh-oh" moments. Even after reading this, the doors of readers' minds will be open to seeing their relationship with God more clearly in all aspects of their lives.

"(It is a) lighthearted easy reading book on how we can understand God of heaven better through the earthly relationship we all go through," the author explains. "Its premise is to give a tangible comparison that we all can relate to."

Davis comes from a deeply accredited background of intense study. This high recognition is granted because of his years of activity as a child to his parents and a parent to his children. After being called by God to be a witness to others, he started penning this book to remind Christians of God's love and the ways in which He reaches out to His children--even in times of personal failure. "These stories are not a compilation of smug parental triumphs," Davis reminds readers in his book's introduction. "Rather, they are the humblest of moments when perfection was at its farthest… This is a revelation of the life you and I live every day."

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 7,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Childish Parents through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Childish Parents is available online through,, and


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