It is designed to help everybody from age seven years old to the oldest of fathers and mothers and even the grand-parents, also teachers, leaders, and officers that deal with juveniles and others. We cannot discipline our young people today like we did back in the old days: the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Why? Because we are living in a new day now. Back in the old days, children stayed at home until they were old enough to move out on their own. Knowing how to get a job and work for a living. If the parents were not able to send their children away to college, they lived right in the home with their parents until they were mature enough to move out. But in these days things have changed. Children are so much different now. Some of them, before they can leave middle school, they are ready to hit the street, get out there in the dark world to do whatever they want to do and to live a riotous life. Sometime these things happen because there are not enough love in the home to make the child enjoy staying at home. Some children in a loving home meet up with the wrong people outside the home. Parents, you need to know who children are hanging around at all times or as much as possible.
This book help you to know when you have come to the end of the road, nowhere to go. I prayed that God’s anointing will be upon this book so that when you begin reading this book you can’t put it down until you complete reading the book. My prayer is that everyone that read this book shall be blessed. Your child is coming back home. To the young people who left home, read the book and like the Prodigal son, you will find yourself leaving that dark world attempting to almost eat the slop of sin, but you got up and went back home. God is waiting with open arms, saying Come home, My Child.