Mar
27
2011

10 More Retweetable Tweets from ‘Love Another Child’ (41-50)

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You’ll wear your highlighter out on this book. Love Another Child tackles questions that couples have regarding having children. The truthful affirmations are peppered throughout the book, and we’ve posted a few times on some others. Here are 10 more…

41. Wealth has more to do with how we perceive our well-being than amt of money you have. [tweet]
42. Good stewardship is easier to teach in poor families than in rich. [tweet]
43. “Planning” parenting is more about avoiding children than having them. [tweet]
44. Contrary to what our little minds can fathom, this is NOT a small world after all. [tweet]
45. Continuing the overpopulation argument isn’t science, it’s stupidity.[tweet]
46. When people turn their hearts from faith, Fear fills the gap. [tweet]
47. Love another child, not just deliver one. We’re into building families, not kennels. [tweet]
48. Lovemaking is a wonderful way to wrap up offenses, misspoken words & emotional outbursts. [tweet]
49. Love has a miraculous way of figuring out how to make it all work. [tweet]
50. What a perfect illustration of God’s creation: lovemaking. [tweet]

Just in case you missed the other tweets: 1-10, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40.

Question: Which of these tweets speak to you? These are from hefty chapters of the 10-chapter book. You can guess what these chapters cover.

(Reposted from 2010)

About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.

  • kathy

    Oh I’m definitley going to get this book. Love all the quotes. Posted a few on my fridge.

  • http://allaregiftsfromgod.blogspot.com Melissa

    Number 46! Fear will definately over take you if you don’t hold on to your faith.

  • Griffinhomepacificnorthwest

    I am looking forward to your book. I hope that you address some issues like we are dealing with: When one spouse feels very done and the other does not, and the ability and health to provide and parent equally to more for the long haul. We already have what most consider a large family too. Did you every have a point where you were sure that you had “enough” children?

    • Anonymous

      We deal with these issues head-on in Chapters 6-7, “Making Love” and “One.”
      You will definitely get a lot out of them.

  • Sarah_lownsbery

    Hi Jeub Family!
    I love all the quotes from your book and will be ordering it soon. I also wanted to let you know that you had some advertising on here that was inappropriate. Under your recent posts on the right hand side of the page there is an ad thingy and it had something that said IMVU and the ladies (cartoons) were practically naked. I know it is an ad generator and you don’t pick what is advertised but i thought I would give you a heads up.
    Many Blessings,
    Sarah L.