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Download “Making A Home” by Dr. P.B. Hill

We have been blessed by the men and fathers in our lives and want to give a gift in honor and appreciation. This 4th Edition of “Making A Home” by Dr. P.B. Hill is our offering of a powerful, strong teaching of God’s grace for the restoration, redemption, and renewal of marriage and family.

This historical piece has prophetic, relevant application today, and Dr. Hill artfully applies his breadth of understanding to reclaiming the authority of God’s Word for the flourishing of marriage, family, and society. Hill calls Christians back to faithfulness in marriage and family through the unchanging Word of God. In this crisis moment for marriages and families we must return to the Lord and His path for restoration.

“The home that endures must be Christ-centered. There will be problems that only the wisdom of God can solve. There will be times when only the strength of God will enable you to stand. There will be days when only a living faith will sustain you.” -Dr. P.B. Hill


Thanks to the family of P.B. Hill for permission to resurrect Dr. P.B. Hill’s writing to re-present to a new generation.

Special thanks to contributors: Carl Caton (founder of San Antonio Marriage Initiative), Judy Kruger, Holly Youngquist, Antonius Alvarez, Matt Terhune, the Family Ministry team of FPC, and Rev. Dr. Bob Fuller


Dr. P.B. Hill, a native Virginian, followed God’s missionary call to South Korea before moving to San Antonio, TX, to pastor First Presbyterian Church and later facilitate planting other Presbyterian churches in the city. In 1922 Dr. Hill was the first preacher in Texas to air sermons on the radio. Hill’s effective and formative radio ministry to the city and region earned him the title “Shepherd of the Hills.” He was appointed as chaplain for the Texas Rangers in 1928 and was the first minister named Poet Laureate of Texas.