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”As you take God's Word and apply its eternal principles to the everyday issues you face with your family, you will begin to create a godly heritage - a legacy that will impact that generations to come in ways you never dreamed possible.” (Ken Ham)

Christian families are struggling in a culture hostile to Christian values, and increasingly find themselves searching for answers and strategies to be more effective. Parents also face a disturbing trend of young people leaving home and leaving the church - and want to insure their children have a strong foundation of biblical faith and understanding. Discover how to create an incredible faith legacy in your family! Raising Godly Children in an Ungodly World presents empowering insight for:

  • Surviving the culture wars as a family
  • Educating children - the Bible offers guidance
  • Practical tips for raising spiritually - healthy children
  • Solutions to the root cause of dysfunctional families
  • Discovering biblical authority as a parent
  • Discipline - necessary and lovingly administered

Ken Ham is joined by his brother, Steve Ham, in presenting this powerful look at how the principles and truth of Genesis are vital to the strong and lasting foundation of a family. Sharing their own stories of growing up in a “Genesis” family and sharing this legacy within their own families, it is an intensely personal and practical guide for parents.

©2006 Ken Ham and Steve Ham (P)2014 Master Books Audio

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  • Andrew/Naomi Griggs
  • 21-11-2016

A great book

The content of this book is timely and needed but the narrator is almost monotone. His voice grates.

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  • Leanna
  • 20-11-2017

Terrible Narration

Great story with fantastic insight and advise that no one who ever, EVER hears this audible version of will suffer through because of how off putting the inflection, sound, timing, tone and general undesirableness of this reading is. It's like Ken and Steve Ham got punked. For shame, Audible. Get a refund from Curtis Matthews. I know I want one. I am 30 minutes in on my second attempt to get into the meat of this book and I give up. Go ahead; you try it. Tell me I'm wrong.
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  • Iakavou
  • 06-01-2017

Needs a different narrator

I love Ken Ham's other works, but this was the first I didn't finish. I don't know if he had this guy narrate it because he was a friend or what, but please never do it again! This was less a guideline on parenting and more a story of Ken's father. Sounds like a great guy, but a VERY DRY areas and not what I was expecting. Parenting Towards the Kingdom was much better.

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  • Trapper
  • 05-11-2019

Only good part is the Title!

Book- The Ham brothers should have left this book attempt in the outback! A few (very few) nugget of wisdom to be found within its pages. It was more of a praise of their father who seems to be without natural affection to his children and like his sons seems to hold children in the lowest esteem, they are evil little creatures full of sin from their very beginnings. The Savior compared the kingdom of God to little children who came to us as parents pure and innocent as the word teaches. Audible- The reading sounded like a fourth grader with an adult voice and a nasally, lazy drawl. Sorry fourth graders no insult intended.

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  • Lisa D Page
  • 09-03-2019

Narrator was worse I’ve ever heard!

I’m so sorry. I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings, but I had to fast forward this book so much, I fear I’ve missed so much-ALL because the narrator was the worse I’ve EVER heard! He absolutely ruined the book with his flat affect, gross mispronunciation of words and lack of any emotion(flat affect still, I guess). I cannot imagine anyone enjoying it or getting anything out of it-it was so bad. I’m sure the narrator is a nice person but must definitely have other God-given talents, as narrating is not one of them. Horrible is a major understatement. Jokes or witty humor were totally lost. I’m sorry for the Hamm family and ask that you have the narration redone. It would be awesome, in my opinion, if done by the respective authors with their Australian accents. I listen to audible every day of my life and have read hundreds of books (Christian only) via my ears. I tried to make it through, but I just couldn’t. Time is too valuable, a concept absolutely backed up by Scripture. I will be returning this one and buying it on Kindle or in paperback, as the wealth of information will be worth reading! I applaud the Hamm families for their courageous stand in this world, so lacking in God’s power. My burden is for my grandchildren. I want each of my children to read this, but I cannot recommend it in audible. I pray the narrator doesn’t see this, because I truly would never want to hurt him.

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  • Mom’s view
  • 17-08-2018

Inspiring and insightful

This book was full of perceptive observations of the attacks the evil one uses in our times and culture to divide our families and separate us from our Creator. The Ham brothers inspiringly depicted how their family organizes their “Family Fortress” according to Bible ordered standards - keeping God’s word central and God’s plan for morals and family as the standard.

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  • N
  • 11-11-2017

Parenting start with me

I like the stories and illustrations to explain their examples. Change starts with me. We cannot expect children to live godly lived without godly parents as an example. We have to model the change we want to see.

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