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Speaking Life Over Our Children One Letter At A Time

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The bottom line...we love our children! We want them to excel in every part of life. We want them protected, healthy, prosperous, and whole. We want God's best and most blessed for them, so that they can be a blessing to others; touching hearts for the Kingdom of God. But, how do we do that? We do that by diligently confessing the Word of God, in faith, over our children. We speak His life over their lives, and believe the promises of God. It doesn't matter what the world says about our children. What matters is what the WORD says about them. And God's Word is a lifetime guarantee!


Christian Training Of Children - A Book For Parents And Teachers

RRP $30.99

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The lambs are the young of the flock. So, then, we ought to look specially and carefully after those who are young in grace. They may be old in years, and yet they may be, mere babes in grace as to the length of their spiritual life, and therefore they need to be under a good shepherd. Charles Spurgeon is the most widely read preacher in history. He was a British Baptist preacher known as the "Prince of Preachers." He was a strong figure in the Reformed Baptist tradition, defending the Church in agreement with the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith understanding, and opposing the liberal and pragmatic theological tendencies in the Church of his day. In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to approximately 10,000,000 people.


For The Children?

RRP $186.51

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Childhood has never been available to all. In her opening chapter of For the Children?, Erica R. Meiners stakes the claim that childhood is a racial category often unavailable to communities of color. According to Meiners, this is glaringly evident in the U.S. criminal justice system, where the differentiation between child and adult often equates to access to stark disparities. And what is constructed as child protection often does not benefit many young people or their communities. Placing the child at the heart of the targeted criminalization debate, For the Children? considers how perceptions of innocence, the safe child, and the future operate in service of the prison industrial complex. The United States has the largest prison population in the world, with incarceration and policing being key economic tools to maintain white supremacist ideologies. Meiners examines the school-to-prison pipeline and the broader prison industrial complex in the United States, arguing that unpacking child protection is vital to reducing the nation's reliance on its criminal justice system as well as building authentic modes of public safety. Rethinking the meanings and beliefs attached to the child represent a significant and intimate thread of the work to dismantle facets of the U.S. carceral state. Taking an interdisciplinary approach and building from a scholarly and activist platform, For the Children? engages fresh questions in the struggle to build sustainable and flourishing worlds without prisons. Erica R. Meiners is professor of education and women's and gender studies at Northeastern Illinois University. She is author of several books including Right to Be Hostile: Schools, Prisons, and the Making of Public Enemies and coauthor of Flaunt It! Queers Organizing for Public Education and Justice. University of Minnesota PressUNIMIN-PRES9780816692767For the Children?Protecting Innocence in a Carceral StateMeiners, Erica R.A01BCB102eng280139.7215.9SOC0300000515/10/2016NP20.00ZWORLDPlacing the child at the heart of the targeted criminalization debate, Erica R. Meiners considers how perceptions of innocence, the safe child, and the future operate in service of the prison industrial complex. Meiners examines the school-to-prison pipeline and the broader prison industrial complex in the U.S., engaging fresh questions in the struggle to build sustainable and flourishing worlds without prisons. Childhood has never been available to all. In her opening chapter of For the Children?, Erica R. Meiners stakes the claim that childhood is a racial category often unavailable to communities of color. According to Meiners, this is glaringly evident in the U.S. criminal justice system, where the differentiation between child and adult often equates to access to stark disparities. And what is constructed as child protection often does not benefit many young people or their communities. Placing the child at the heart of the targeted criminalization debate, For the Children? considers how perceptions of innocence, the safe child, and the future operate in service of the prison industrial complex. The United States has the largest prison population in the world, with incarceration and policing being key economic tools to maintain white supremacist ideologies. Meiners examines the school-to-prison pipeline and the broader prison industrial complex in the United States, arguing that unpacking child protection is vital to reducing the nation's reliance on its criminal justice system as well as building authentic modes of public safety. Rethinking the meanings and beliefs attached to the child represent a significant and intimate thread of the work to dismantle facets of the U.S. carceral state. Taking an interdisciplinary approach and building from a scholarly and activist platform, For the Children? engages fresh questions in the struggle to build sustainable and flourishing worlds without prisons.



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