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Loving Your Rebellious Child is not a "how-to" quick fix for parents of prodigals; rather it reads more like a wise companion coming alongside to bear the pain, understand the struggle, and to offer insights gleaned from the kiln of experience. Norm Wright knows what it's like to love a rebellious child, having experienced it first hand with his daughter, Sheryl. With a mixture of personal transparency, spiritual depth, and practical, professional advice, he guides you by the hand through one of life's most difficult seasons.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Authentic Media
Toe-to-Toe with Your Teen: A Guide to Successfully Parenting a Defiant Teenager Without Giving Up or Giving InJimmy MyersRegal / 2009 / Trade Paperback$6.49 Retail:Video
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Prayers for Prodigals: 90 Days of Prayer for Your ChildJames BanksDiscovery House / 2011 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 19 Reviews
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Parents With Broken Hearts: Helping Parents of Prodigals to CopeWilliam ColemanBMH Books / 2007 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Prodigals and Those Who Love Them: Words of Encouragement for Those Who WaitRuth Bell GrahamBaker Books / 2008 / Trade Paperback$16.005 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
It often begins with a phone call. It may be from a police officer, teacher, pastor, friend, or even from your son or daughter.
Whoever it is, they are telling you something you never wanted to hear, something that causes you to go weak with shock, disbelief, and dismay:
"I'm moving out, I can't stand you or your religion anymore."
"I'm living with my girlfriend."
"Mom, Dad, I'm gay."
"Your son has been arrested for selling drugs."
Such words shake the very foundations of a home and family. Everything you've worked for, prayed for, and sacrificed for has just crumbled. Where do you go from here?
Loving Your Rebellious Child is not a "how-to" quick fix for parents of prodigals; rather it reads more like a wise companion coming alongside to bear the pain, understand the struggle, and to offer insights gleaned from the kiln of experience.