Here’s happy news. I recently found out that Family Vocation: God’s Calling in Marriage, Parenting, and Childhood, my first book that I wrote with my dad, is up for its third reprint. Yay!
Here’s the Amazon blurb:
What does it mean to be called as a husband, a wife, a parent, a child?
How does the grace of the gospel impact how we carry out these particular callings?
How does God’s presence address the struggles that our own family faces?
Gene Veith joins forces with his daughter Mary Moerbe to explore these kinds of questions in light of Christian vocation and its applications for family life. They show how the Christian faith is lived out precisely in our ordinary relationships, and how a biblical understanding can equip us to move away from common confusions and dysfunctions to persevere in love.
Written with sensitivity and wisdom, Family Vocation addresses the perennial problems and joys of family life and provides a compelling paradigm for creating loving families in the face of cultural pressure.
And, since it’s written more about positive teachings and less about cultural matters, it’s held up pretty well, even after being a whopping eleven years on the market. Ha ha haa. Yay!