Or "Resistance is NOT futile! Help has arrived!"
Today a new book comes out that you must read - 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family. My friend Rebecca Hagelin wrote this great book that provides 30 concrete actions parents can take to raise upbeat kids who are able to overcome a downbeat and toxic pop culture. Rebecca also highlights many resources to help family members build their faith and their relationships with each other, resources including our very own Salvo Magazine!
Rebecca did a terrific job with 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family. While it is geared mainly towards parents, it is a wonderful book for grandparents, teachers, small groups, Sunday School classes and anyone that works with young people. I am ordering copies for many of the folks I know, and I hope you will too.
Rebecca is a senior editor for Salvo and writes a weekly syndicated column that examines social issues through the eyes of a mother. She is a Senior Communications Fellow for The Heritage Foundation and has been a pro-family advocate in Washington for over 20 years. You may have seen her first book a few years ago - Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That's Gone Stark-Raving Mad.
Rebecca also appears on television a lot - as a matter of fact, tonight she will be on Sean Hannity's TV show on Fox (it airs at 9:00 pm Eastern).
Please stop what you are doing right now and purchase a few copies of the book - just click on this Amazon link and you will even get 30% off the cover price. With Mother's Day and Father's Day just around the corner, I hope you'll buy copies as gifts. But please buy today - it is critical that the book do well its first few days on the market. You may also want to order through Rebecca's website.
Thanks very much for helping out Rebecca and the parents in your life by ordering her book. After you have ordered your copies, please also consider forwarding this information on to your e-mail list or write a blog about it! Together, we can help strengthen thousands of families around the country.
Sincerely, Jim Kushiner