In Where are True Parents?, Augustine Rugutt explores ways in which parenting determines children’s behaviour and character beyond formative years. In doing so, he associates society’s changing value system, social pressures and use of technology with parenting outcomes, some of which are unpalatable in the eyes of society. He asks whether parents are truly aware of the impact of their conduct and action in shaping the future of their children.
A fundamental question is whether parents truly know their children. On the other hand, do children really understand their parents? Such understanding is essential for a sound foundation for society. He makes the irrefutable case that poorly parented children are likely to be poor parents themselves. He challenges parents to understand that parenting is a God-given responsibility. As such, parents owe it to the Maker and the future of society to play their role as parents, guided by teachings from the Bible. Step by step advice, most of which is informed by his work with Church, is invaluable for today’s parent.
What others say
“This book is a wake-up call to all parents, young and old. It guides us on how to bring up our children in the ways of the Lord.” – Bishop Dr. William Tuimising
“This work is a superb reminder of the role of parenting, which many in the modern generation seem to overlook.” – Verah Omwocha, Editor.