The Messy Life of Parenting
Did you do everything “right” and your young adult child still wandered away from from faith or family values. If you need (or your friend needs) some encouragement or support pick up Messy Journey. Hope, healing, and help are found in these pages.
Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love
Raising Little Kids with Big Love
Windows of Wonder
Glimmers of Glory
Diamonds in Our Days
31 Days to Renew Your Parenting
This 31-Day guided reflection will guide you through some of the most prominent questions parents face along their parenting journey. Each day is designed to take about ten minutes and provides encouragement and support on a certain issue and guided reflection questions to help you renew your heart for parenting with intention to become the best parent you can be for your family.
The ABCs of Praying for Students Devotional
As her body, schedule, and relationships change, a mom-to-be craves more than just chocolate. Expectant delivers forty inspirational devotions that offer truth to transform the expectant mom’s heart and practical wisdom to help navigate her changing relationships. Author Julie Sanders helps prepare the new mom for her new normal and encourages her to be the mom she wants to be while focusing on her baby, herself, and other grown-ups. Questions are included to guide conversations with a partner or a small group.
Known By His Names
Who the Pooh Are You?
Who the Pooh are You? is a fun and easy way to learn about yourself and the people in your life. It helps you understand why you do the things you do, like the things you like and why you don’t like certain things… and certain people. This book is less technical in its approach and more relatable and relational. This book is for you and your families to explore better ways to not only know yourselves better, but to appreciate the differences of others better, sprinkled with some humor, which makes every family a little bit better together.
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
1 Thessalonians 5:11