Sometimes mothers don’t have the help of fathers in raising their children. Either there is no father, as in a single parent home, or the father is too busy or disinterested to help. How does a mother cope when she has to raise her children alone? A message from Dan Hayden that will encourage any mom.
$3 – CD – Mothers Alone
Life is full of storms. You can’t avoid them in this fallen world, whether you are in financial trouble, have a troubled marriage, lose a loved one, or battle a debilitating illness. Sometimes these storms stretch you to the limit of your faith. Thankfully God does not abandon us to weather these storms alone. Nor did God abandon the apostle Paul on his turbulent journey across the eastern Mediterranean Sea. In this book, Dan Hayden examines the account of that journey in Acts 27-28 and gleans practical wisdom for weathering life’s inevitable storms.
128 pages softcover book
$7 – Book – When Life’s a Wreck
The story of a mother and daughter as they travel through 10 years of bad choices made by the daughter and heartache felt by the mother.
Mother (Karilee) writes her perspective of each stage, telling about her spiritual journey, questions, prayers, and searching. She describes how God brought her the gift of hope, even when she thought her daughter was lost.
Daughter (Wendi) writes what she was feeling and choosing, and why. Through jolting and intensely personal descriptions, Wendi chronicles her emotional life from the time she separated from God until the day she realized her helplessness and need to regain the faith of her childhood.
336 pages softcover book
$12 – Book – Wild Child, Waiting Mom
(from the back cover) Does God Even Hear My Prayers?
When Karilee first learned that her daughter Wendi was pregnant at sixteen years old, she felt like a hit-and-run victim. But that was only the beginning of the shocking events in Wendi’s life that would hallmark the next decade.
Wild Child, Waiting Mom is the true story of one family’s journey through ten years of poor choices and heartache, uniquely told through the eyes of a mother, Karilee, and her prodigal daughter, Wendi. Through personal and transparent writing, Wendi chronicles her emotional life from the time she separated from God until the day she realized her helplessness. Karilee describes how God brought her the gift of hope, even when she thought her daughter would never listen to God’s voice again.
If you are a parent of a teen who has made bad choices and is now living them out, Wild Child, Waiting Mom will bring you hope as you read how God worked to bring this family to wholeness and healing.Read More