2 edition of Education for family life in the United Kingdom found in the catalog.
Education for family life in the United Kingdom
Norman W. Paget
Bibliography: leaves 160-162.
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We share expressions of love. It is through family life we learn (purposefully or inadvertently) the habits, emotional responses, obligations, and values that will begin to shape our adult selves.
Being part of a family is a big responsibility. It’s humbling when we realize that our family on earth is patterned after our family in heaven. Funds traditional and innovative programs in Canada and Israel in areas of health, education, culture, community development, and research.
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