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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)|
KATHY PRIDE is a writer, speaker, and parent educator. her favorite roles are being mother to her four children, best friend to her husband, and high-energy advocate for people whose hope tanks are running low. Her younger son. Matt, whose letters appear in Winning the Drug War at Home, is currently a junior in college
Kathy serves on the Board of Directors of the Susquehanna Valley House of Hope and is the founder and director of Tapestry Ministry. Kathy lives in Danville, Pennsylvania, with her physician husband and children. She is a member of the Community Mennonite Fellowship.
Kathy has a heart for ministry and a heart for the Lord. Her writing will inspire those sitting on the sidelines to get up and get on with making a difference for God's kingdom.
-STEVE ARTERBURN Founder New Life Ministries. Author of Every man's Battle and Healing Is a Choice
A gripping account of how Hope, Faith, and Love restore a family that has been torn apart by their two teenagers's boys substance abuse problems
Founder Prison Fellowship Ministries, Author of How Shall We Now Live? and The Good Life
Parents who have teens struggling with substance abuse will find hope in this book. Kathy pride writes as a parent who knows the pain, disappointment, and frustration of trying to help teens that don't always want help. She also knows the rewards of perseverance and trust in God. It's not an easy parental journey, but this book will be a healthful companion. - GARY CHAPMAN Author of The Five Love Languages
Author: Kathy Pride
Submitted: June 02, 2006
Tell us a little about yourself. I am a mom, wife, believer, friend, encourager and high energy crazy girl. I have a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and was a competitive swimmer in college, and also as an adult, in Masters. I am an only child of two only child parents. I taught childbirth education classes for over 15 years, and absolutely LOVED it. I value being a friend to others.
What was your motivation behind this project? To extend hope and healing, and a happy ending to others who have traveled this path. I definately was called to write this book, the "directive" was very clear. It was also healing for me, but I believe that if we share our hurts and burdens it can be a source of encouragement to others.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I hope that if they are traveling this lonely journey they feel a little bit less alone. I hope they feel a hand of hope and healing has been extended to them.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? I love Mozart. I love the beauty and power of nature; from majestic mountains to crashing waves and especially to rays of sunshine that streak down from behind clouds. I enjoy reading whatever I can get my hands on and time for, and I love to travel and learn about and experience different cultures.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: They may feel free to contact me at Kathy@winningthedrugwarathome.com. You are not alone.