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FINALLY! Our best-selling book To Train Up A Child is now available on audio with this MP3 CD. Listen to this great book while driving your children to soccer practice, piano lessons, grocery stores, grandma's house, etc.; or listen while fixing dinner, doing chores, relaxing with the family after a long day. The whole family will benefit from hearing the funny and entertaining stories, plus learn how to train a child to walk in obedience and give you praise all along the way.
All the valuable information contained in this one MP3 disc is worth far more than its price of $12.95. Order today!
From the back cover...
Listen to Michael & Debi Pearl's best-selling book as read by Michael's brother, Stephen Pearl.
Three thousand years ago, a wise man said, "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it." Good training is not crises management; it is what you do before the need to discipline arises.
Most parenting is accidental rather than deliberate. Imagine building a house that way. We don't need to reinvent training. There are child training principles and methods that have worked from antiquity. To neglect deliberate training is to shove your child into a sea of choices and passions without a boat or compass."
"This is the most entertaining, life-changing training manual on God's green earth." - A Reader
"A truly encouraging message for all struggling parents." - Pastor
This audio book was narrated by Stephen Pearl, Michael Pearl's only brother. In their youth, they ministered together in evangelistic meetings.
Running time: 5.9 hours
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An MP3 CD is a data CD with computer-playable audio files on it, in the MP3 format. It is not the same as an Audio CD which plays in most stereo systems, portable CD players, and car CD players. Most portable and/or car CD players will not play MP3 CDs unless they are very new and visibly claim support for this capability on the device or packaging.
MP3 CDs are most commonly played on computers using software such as Windows Media Player (PC) or iTunes (Mac). You can also copy the MP3 audio files directly from the disc to your computer, add the audio to your music software's Library, then sync it to your iPod or other MP3-playing device.
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