Biblical Grandparenting

Reviewed by:

Debbie Dehart, Church Librarian

Berean Baptist Church, Portage MI


Biblical Grandparenting

Author or Producer:

Josh Mulvihill


Bethany House

Publication or Release Date:



Print book


234 pages


This book seeks to explain the misleading ideas we get from culture about what it means to be a grandparent, and then focuses on what the Bible teaches about this important role in the lives of both the grandparents and the grandchildren.  The author and his ministry have done much research into the topic, and there is a fair bit in the book that reports on that research, but it is interspersed with more than enough practical advice and encouragement to make it a valuable resource for grandparents and churches alike.


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Suggested Audience:

grandparents, church leaders

Christian Impact:

It is completely Biblical in its foundation.

Biblical Grandparenting: Exploring God's Design for Disciple-Making and Passing Faith to Future Generations

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