I recently bought The Children of Caesar and Family Driven Faith by Voddie Baucham. Both were well worth the money. There were several things that made me think. Here are some of them in no particular order.
Why isn't this a commonly known fact?
There was a reference to the National Home Education Research Institute's findings that 94% of homeschooled grown-ups are adhering to their parents faith. In a time when most parents know that we are losing about 80% of our youth, why is this fact not commonly known? It seems like all parents would want to know this information.
Voddie pointed out that women that try to "have it all" are taking on two curses: theirs and Adam's. I had never thought about it that way.
Why don't Christians view children as a blessing?
The Bible's teaching that children are blessings. So why do we treat people with more than 3 kids as weirdos? Why would many Christians laugh at the idea that raising a large family is a worthy calling?