my Father's crown

Articles and resources that strengthen our trust in God the Father. Children’s children are the crown of old men, And the glory of children is their father. (Proverbs 17:6)

Our Books

“God: Accused or Excused” continues the investigation of why “bad things happen to good people”. While, the first book quickly uncovers that there is more to this world than meets the natural eye, the second book introduces the Fall and the subsequent consequences that were put in place by God that affect whether or not “good or bad” will happen to a person. Webb encourages readers to don the hat of a detective and take a close look at the Book of Genesis. The God On Trial series promotes a “God’s Eye View” of the world and life events. 120 pages

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“I Was Framed!” Signed, God – Book One
Many Christians will say that “God is good all the time”. In the same breath they will say that God is the One who causes many tragedies. Would a good God purposely cause bad events in the lives of human beings? In the first release of the God On Trial Series, Doug Webb takes a look at human assumptions and allegations about God’s involvement in everyday tragedy. Webb encourages readers to don the hat of a detective and study the Bible to find alternative reasons for why tragedies and hardships occur in our lives. 

Reviews:  “What a great read! It grabs your attention with thought provoking questions and does not let go! Even at the end you want it to continue. Unlike some books with lots of scripture references, it does not become boring, it just continues to draw you in.”
http://www.amazon.com/Was-Framed-Signed-Trial-Series-ebook/dp/B00FZ32CJE

Cultivating the Souls of Parents: Facing our Brokenness; Embracing His Likeness (Cultivating BOOKSeries) 

Raising a child helps us discover that parenting involves a whole lot of digging, not just through piles of mismatched socks, but also through layers of insecurities and heart issues that our children and we have. I will never have a place where I can say as a parent, “I have arrived!” No, this process of parenting brings to light my own emotional brokenness that God wants me to explore and bring to Him to remedy and make whole.

The process of parenting unveils our soul issues: insecurities, coping mechanisms, and even inherited weaknesses. Jesus Christ is our Vine (John 15:1), but sometimes we don’t know how to tap into His peace-producing, energy-generating, transformative power. The journey towards soul health means learning how to draw on His sustaining power in a way that makes our daily crosses lighter. We often condemn ourselves for feeling emotionally burn-out or making poor choices that affect our kids, but God is whispering, “I know it’s hard, but I am with you! I see you are trying, and I am your guide! You made a mistake, and I forgive you! I love you, and I’m cheering you forward!”

I hope you laugh more than cringe as I share stories of my life as a mom of six kids–my firstborn is twenty years older than my youngest! I’ve learned that the process of learning how to love my kids well is one of the most worthwhile missions that I can undertake. The beauty of parenting can be a process of brutally naked surrender to God, who affirms our efforts and gives us courage on a journey for which none of us are prepared.

Tina’s is a sage voice. Every time I’ve spent time with her, I have left wanting more of God. She’s lived through the hills and the valleys with the Lord and is a gift to the body of Christ to, now, share what she’s learned there with us! – Sara Hagerty, Author of Adore: A Simple Practice for Experiencing God in the Middle Minutes of Your Dayand Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed

Recommended Reading

These are books, websites and ministries that have blessed us tremendously. You’ll find books on Christian living, marketing, Biblical worldview, marriage and parenting, biographies and  more. A few have been incorporated into our home school curriculum. We’d like to share these nuggets of gold with you.

When Heaven Invades Earth by Bill Johnson

Destined to Reign by Joseph Prince

Book Marketing for Beginners by Heather Hart

Unshakable Faith by John Perry

 Original Intent by David Barton

The Cure by Lynch, McNicol, and Thrall
 
Come to Papa by Gary Wiens

Shepherding A Child’s Heart by Tedd Trip

Providence Foundation

Life As It Is

Escape To Reality

The Emotionally Healthy Church by Peter Scazzero

John Adams by David McCullough

Separation of Church and State: What the Founders Meant by David Barton

America’s Providential History by Stephen McDowell and Mark Beliles

Training Authors.com

The Supernatural Ways of Royalty by Kris Vallotton

Moral Revolution.com

Raising Kids Who Hunger For God by Benny and Sheree Phillips

Marketplace Christianity by Robert Fraser

The Blessing of the Lord by Kenneth Copeland

Love and Respect by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

The Essential Guide to Healing by Bill Johnson and Randy Clark

Extravagant Worship by Darlene Zschech

Victory Over Darkness by Neil Anderson

The 24-7 Prayer Manual by Pete Greig

Steps to Freedom in Christ by Neil Anderson

Intercessory Prayer by Dutch Sheets 

Christ the Healer by F.F. Bosworth

He-Motions by T.D. Jakes

The Name by Franklin Graham

Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge

Waking the Dead by John Eldredge


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