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Gayle Jackson in his remarkable book, Honoring Parents, has given us a biblically based book on why and how to honor our parents. Gayle has taken personal stories and imported them with scripture that gives us a bookto be read and used. Topics such as aging parents, forgiveness, relationship commitment and responsibility are invaluable. The nobility of honoring our parents is a reflection of our love of God. Karen Loritts As you read this book, you will discover Gaylebrings a biblical worldview to the subject. This come from years of giving attention to the needs of theparents of Connie and him, possibly to a degree that most will neverbe called to replicate. If you want a biblical perspective onparenting, coupled with years of personal experience, this is the book to read. Walt Henrichsen The book's principles helped us think through so many personal decisions in a Biblical way. It was not the easiest way but it was the best. Read this book carefully to gain strength and encouragement if you are now the care-taker. No matter who you are or what stage of life you are in, Gayle's well thought out principles are important today. Patsy Harley My friend Gayle Jackson has written a much-needed book that is borne out of his rich knowledge of Scripture and his diligent application of biblical principles in his relationship with his parents. Honoring Your Parents offers a wealth of perceptive lessons and principles that impart wisdom on this very practical but often neglected area. The metamorphosis of honor in this book offers an excellent and original model as well. Ken Boa At once Biblically centered and engagingly personal, Gayle Jackson's book on honoring your parents is a must-read for anyone with aging parents. Janna Kay Henrichsen, PHD