"God bless Gregg Jackson for his passion to see that children are trained up in the way they should go."- Ray Comfort
(PRWEB) September 16, 2014
40 THINGS provides parents with a concise and powerful resource to help educate and inform their children on a number of spiritual and biblical truths on various topics—life, marriage, truth, the law, the purpose of government, and salvation. It is primarily intended to refute the predominant and most popular teachings and philosophies of secular humanism, post-modernism, moral relativism and universalism which is so pervasive in our society today, and to empower and encourage the next generation to think and act biblically.
40 THINGS has already received rave reviews and endorsements from many Christian leaders and public figures such as Dr. Ray Comfort (who wrote the Foreword), R.C. Sproul Jr., Dr. Michael Milton, E. Ray Moore, Dr. Ted Baehr, Steve Deace, and J.C. Watts.
“God bless Gregg Jackson for his passion to see that children are trained up in the way they should go. Without godly instruction, this godless generation is heading for eternal destruction in a very real Hell. May this book be divinely used to raise a generation of men and women who will have the boldness of Elijah, the faith of Abraham, the courage of David, the wisdom of Solomon, the passion of Paul—and may all of what they do for the Kingdom of God be motivated by the love of Christ…for love is the fountain of all we do.”—Ray Comfort, Author, Co-host “The Way of the Master.”
Gregg Jackson is the national best-selling author of "Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies" and "We Won't Get Fooled Again." He is a former radio host on WRKO in Boston and KDAR in Los Angeles, as well as an accomplished speaker who speaks to groups on college campuses nationwide. His numerous articles have been published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Human Events, and Townhall.com.
"40 Things to Teach Your Children Before You Die" will be released September 16, 2014 in trade paperback (978-1-939447-47-0) and in e-book (978-1-939447-48-7).