Families in the Word

Families in the Word equips families with tools and resources to know God and His Word firsthand.

Families in the Word is a  ministry to teach families

how to know God's Word firsthand,

to be His disciples as families,

and to live out the truths of His Word

in a way that honors Him.

Positively Planned

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Positively Planned

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Expectant mothers will learn of God's love for them and their children in this free booklet that explains salvation and the value of each life from God's perspective. They will see God's purpose for each life as they see how the development of an unborn child corresponds with the timeline of the Feasts of Israel. This resource is available for use in Pregnancy Centers, as well as a gift for mothers and expectant mothers. 

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Expectant mothers will learn of God's love for them and their children in this free booklet that explains salvation and the value of each life from God's perspective. They will see God's purpose for each life as they see how the development of an unborn child corresponds with the timeline of the Feasts of Israel. This resource is available for use in Pregnancy Centers, as well as a gift for mothers and expectant mothers. 

This download requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to install the latest version. 

Printing instructions:
This booklet is meant to be printed on standard letter size paper (8.5" x 11") with 2 pages on each side (a total of 4 pages per sheet of paper) and then folded in half to create a 5.5" x 8.5" sized booklet. 
When printing from Adobe Acrobat Reader print dialogue box, be sure to check the Booklet option, Landscape orientation, and double sided for best results (using the Booklet option in the print dialogue box will insure that the pages can be folded in half and match up correctly). If your print dialogue box gives the option to print or not print blank pages, make sure to check "print blank pages," otherwise the booklet will not match up and print properly. If your printer does have a double sided printing option (where the printer turns the paper and prints on both sides), under "booklet subset" choose "print front side" first and let all the sheets run through. Reload the single side printed pages so that the other side will be printed on the second pass. Choose "print back side" under the "booklet subset." Collate and fold pages. Staple in fold. 

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