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Publisher: Cook Communications Ministries Intl
Dick Crider, Bonnie Crider, Steve Wamberg
Surviving a Prodigal: Studies for Parents of Prodigal Children Many families are suffering, often in silence, with the pain of a prodigal son or daughter. Each family has a story to tell, and each parent bends tremendously under the conflicting emotions of anger, guilt, and confusion. Surviving a Prodigal deals with the key issues parents face as they work through the rejection and pain of a rebellious child. This book helps families examine and talk about the past and present and lead them into a future based on God's Word and His desires for families. Surviving a Prodigal is designed for hurting parents. It will help parents . . . bull; bull;Develop realistic expectations for their prodigal children bull;Discuss their feelings of hurt and pain bull;Build trust in their marriages bull;Support other parents bull;Look toward the future, not dwell in the past Like all Family Growth Elective courses, Surviving a Prodigal is written for today's families. This self-contained leader's guide provides 13 complete Bible-based sessions on practical, family-related topics. Every session includes reproducible handouts for group members and step-by-step plans for the leader. Use this course with adult classes, small groups, midweek meetings, or retreats.Dick Crider is the author of 'Surviving a Prodigal: Studies for Parents of Prodigals (Family Growth Electives)' with ISBN 9780781454117 and ISBN 0781454115.
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