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The Fruitful family observes and discusses the face of Jesus in the international infants and children and discusses the importance of planting the seed of the gospel in all developmental stages. It discusses the effect of names and titles on personality and the fundamentals of fruitful family and gives guidance on how to develop the best self so as to bear much fruits. It draws counseling insights from African and current personality theories. The book is great value for personal growth, Christian Counseling and family therapy based on Christian Principle.
Dr. Githiga is Chancellor at ANCCI University, former chaplain and faculty at West Texas A&M University, Grambling State University, and instructor at Pensacola Junior College, Head of the Department of Pastoral Theology at St. Paul’s University, founder and first President of the African Association for Pastoral Study and Counseling. He is a graduate from Church Army College, St. Paul’s United Theological College, Makerere University, the University of the South, Vanderbilt University and the International Bible Institute and Seminary. He holds a Dip. Th, M.Div, D.Min, DRE, and D.D. He is married to the Rev. Dr. Mary Githiga.