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Should I get my baby baptized? Is christening a baby the right thing to do? If you are asking these questions, it shows that you have a genuine concern for your child's future-a future that will be in serious jeopardy if you as a parent are not careful to make wise decisions on your child's behalf. The fact is, infant baptism is only the first in a long line of critical choices that you will have to make in the foreseeable future. These decisions will determine what kind of person this little baby you are holding in your arms will ultimately become, as well as their eternal destiny. Having a child makes you a parent, and parents-in God's eyes-are responsible for training their child in the teachings of the Lord. This book first helps you understand God's teaching on the subject of baptism, and then moves on from there to share proven Christian child raising techniques that will help you raise a child that will bring you joy as a parent.
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Nina Rosace has a background in management and professional organising. Nina and her husband also run their own successful building company which they commenced fourteen years ago. Considering Nina's hectic schedule she discovered that her knack for being organised was crucial in order to balance her career and family life. Today, Nina is not only an entrepreneur and a successful self published author, but she is also an organising expert, helping others to become organised in all aspects of their lives. Nina lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and three children.
A BABY ON THE WAYA secret, no-strings relationship with Aaron Travers has suited Melody Hartman just fine for the past eight months. The lives of the Mustang Valley veterinarian and the deputy sheriff have always been complicatedand are about to become more so, because Mel is pregnant!Raising his toddler daughter and protecting his Arizona town are Aaron's priorities. But this unexpected pregnancy is a life changer. The widowed single dad is ready to do the right thing and marry Mel. Can he say the three words she is waiting to hear? Will she think he wants to marry her only because of the baby? Or will she acknowledge that their feelings for each other run deeper than either of them realized?"
Are you looking for teaching ideas to make your science lessons come alive? Full of suggestions for exciting practical work to engage children, this book addresses and explains the science behind the experiments, and emphasizes the need to engage the learner through minds-on activities. It shows you where to make links to the national curricula in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and it covers the three sciences: chemistry, biology and physics. The detailed subject knowledge helps you grasp key concepts, and there are lots of useful diagrams to illustrate important points. The experiments include: extracting DNA from a kiwi fruit; capturing rainbows; the chromatography of sweets; removing iron from cornflakes; and, a plate tectonic jigsaw. These practical activities will provide you with ways to ensure your students respond enthusiastically to science, and the book will also help you develop your subject knowledge and ensure you meet your Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) standards. Perfect reading for Secondary Science PGCE students, as well as those on the Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP), this book is also ideal for non-specialists who are looking for support as they get to grips with the sciences. Gren Ireson is Professor of Science Education at Nottingham Trent University. Mark Crowley is a Teaching Research Fellow in the Centre for Effective Learning in Science, Nottingham Trent University. Ruth Richards is Subject Strand Leader for the PGCE and Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) courses in Science at Nottingham Trent University, and an examiner for A-level Geology. John Twidle is subject leader for the PGCE and MSc Science programmes at Loughborough University.
A lively, rhythmic text encouraging baby play is perfectly captured in warm, funny illustrations by Ann James, one of Australia's best-loved illustrators.
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