Often as we reach adulthood, we must go back to our childhood to examine who we were then, and how that creates who we are now. For many, there are painful aspects that can stunt our emotional growth as adults until we look at them honestly, and choose to heal from them.
When Alexandra Kuykendall met and married her husband Derek and began to start a family, she knew she would have to go back in time to revisit the places and the emotions of growing up without a father. The only daughter of a single, world-traveling mother and an absent artist father, Alexandra asks the questions that all women ask at one time or another--Am I loved? Am I lovable? Am I loving? She chronicles her journey in her memoir The Artist's Daughter. Discover along with Alexandra that there is healing from our hurts through grace. We can be made whole through our Heavenly Father, whose love will never fail.