When you're the parent of little ones especially, time to read is precious and rare, it seems. But the library is such a good place for kids and parents in the summer. I have great memories of taking my girls to the library every week in the summer to be a part of their summer reading program - with the accompanying high-quality and valuable prizes!
I love a good book recommendation, don't you? So let's help each other out by leaving a comment and sharing something you've read that's either impacted your faith, inspired you, instructed your parenting or opened your eyes to adoption issues.
A really honest, transparent and full-of-hope autobiography that
upholds adoption, honors Christ and exhibits a family
living out their faith through pain and loss.
How God shook up one couple's faith and changed the direction
of their ministry - to serve "the lost, the least and the last."
Matthew learns that his parents will always love him
very much - even though he's getting a new adopted sister.
And he also learns that a child need not look like
her family to be a part of the family.
Now it's your turn! Leave a comment telling about a good book you can recommend - but please limit these to the four categories mentioned above: faith-building, inspiring, parenting or adoption. I can't wait to see what you're reading. And I wish I could give you a glow-in-the-dark bracelet for your efforts!