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Author Shelly Roberts
Over the years, as Shelly has walked with countless adoptive families, she has heard their hearts. She is well acquainted with the unique challenges and heavy burdens that adoptive and foster moms face. As a fellow adoptive mom, she understands their fears and trials, and has great compassion ...
Author Ellen Martin
Parents want to share life with their kids, but it is not easy with hectic schedules and life’s demands. A Life Shared offers vision and insight on how to have meaningful conversations through the busyness of life, questions for transformation, suggestions for action, and grace for every parent....
Author Katie McHargue
Women are you ready to throw off what the world says you should look and be like, and find your security and identity in what your Heavenly Father says? Do you struggle to disciple your children, but desire them to know God? Do you hunger for an encounter with God, but the busyness of life and...
Author Ann Benton
There are many books on parenting by self-appointed experts who give us a bucketful of sugar to help the medicine go down. Ann Benton's parenting book is different. It is full of not just home truths but biblical truths. It is a handbook in the mode of a manual helping parents to work through wha...
Authors Rich and Mary Lou Graham
Raising God’s girl in His way, with His power, for His purposes.
Scripture teaches us that our daughters are gifts from God. Is this really true? In all seasons of life?
The answer is yes. But sometimes we can miss this truth in the whirlwind of emotions, activities, peer pressure,...
Author Eliza Huie
Our lives are influenced by technology like never before. Screens and devices have become a part of our daily loves, bringing many benefits as well as lots of challenges - not least to the area of parenting.
Our kids are digital natives and their knowledge and experience rapidly outstrip those of e...
Author Deborah J. DeVries
In this short book of 30 essays, Deborah DeVries recounts both the pain and the serendipitous moments of blessing she experienced as a single mother. Her remembrances are both gritty and honest.
Some of her most painful experiences came from the hands of the church community. Both their ign...
Author Elizabeth El Mostain
Pages 176With the subtitle Practical ideas for thriving in the early years of motherhood, it's obvious who this book is for, but you need to know what it is like. Here's what Ann Benton says:
"I wish someone had given me this book when I was just embarking on the adventure of motherhood. It manages...
Author Roscoe Perry
Train Up That Child is a book designed to encourage parents and those involved with the development of the children of this day. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs that exist. We all need help and encouragement as we sow into the lives of children. This book will inspire you to truly consider w...
Author Roger Ellsworth
We live in trying times, times of moral laxity and confusion, times when God's laws are scorned and disdained, times in which people make up their own rules as they go along. Parents rightly want their children to be happy. But what produces happiness? Many parents think it is produced by all...