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Love and Respect in the Homeschool Marriage

Vol. 78, Prg. 31–35
November 26–30, 2007

Should I focus on my kids or my marriage? According to Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, God has called homeschooling parents to be both good parents and good partners. Tune in for more with host Mike Smith.

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Love and Respect
The Homeschool Marriage
Why Should Your Marriage be the First Priority?
What About the Family?
Redefining Marriage

Dr. Eggerichs
Dr. Eggerichs left the pastorate in 1999 to launch Love & Respect Ministries and devote full-time to building healthy marriages. His book, Love and Respect, has sold more than 400,000 copies, remained in the Top 10 on several best-selling lists, and received numerous awards including the Gold Medallion, Retailer’s Choice and Book of the Year for 2007 from Family Christian Book Stores.

Emerson received his B.A. in Biblical Studies and an M.A. in Communications from Wheaton College and Graduate school. He was later awarded his Masters in Divinity from Dubuque Seminary, and earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Child and Family Ecology. He has served on the board of the National Center for Fathering, and currently serves on the the board of the Michigan Family Forum. He has also served on the committee for Michigan’s Year of the Child and Family with the state’s Lieutenant Governor. Emerson was the senior pastor of East Lansing Trinity church for nearly 20 years. Emerson and Sarah have three adult children and make their home in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For more biographical information, visit www.loveandrespect.com.

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As a veteran homeschooling father and founder of Love and Respect ministries, Dr. Emerson Eggerichs presents extensive biblical and psychological research in his book on marriage.

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