Item description for Daddy, Do You Love Me? A Daughter's Journey of Faith and Restoration by Ariel Allison & Shelby Rawson...
Overview From how to forgive an abusive father to coping with loneliness to nurturing healthy relationships, and much more, this book is an empowering and enriching journey for women. (Practical Life)
Community Description Millions of women have suffered physical and emotional scars due to absent fathers, and have experienced the painful void not having this vital connection has created. Both authors write from personal experience overcoming emotionally distant fathers, offering practical solutions and hope for healing this emotional and spiritual rift. Included are chapter questions, pages for journaling, and a list of counseling resources.
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Studio: New Leaf Press (AR)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892216581 ISBN13 9780892216581
Availability 0 units.
More About Ariel Allison & Shelby Rawson
Although she speaks and writes, Ariel Allison is first and foremost the wife of Ashley, and mother of London, Parker, Marshall, and Colby. She has a penchant for adrenaline-infused madness such as rock climbing, running marathons, and jumping off bridges as if raising four preschool boys were not adventure enough. Her first novel, Eye of the God, released in October 2009, from Abingdon Press. She is the co-author of Daddy Do You Love Me: a Daughter s Journey of Faith and Restoration (New Leaf Press, 2006), Jesus Dead or Alive (Regal Books, 2009), and the Justin Case series of children s books (Harvest House, 2010). In addition, Ariel is also the assistant director of the nationwide book club, She Reads. When not immersed in a book, changing a diaper, or rescuing her dog from the death-grip of a toddler, you can find Ariel loitering in her little corner of cyberspace at www.arielallison.com. She also ponders on life and literature at www.shereads.org. She and her family make their home in Texas, which is, according to her husband, the greatest state in the union.
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Daddy, Do You Love Me? Dec 26, 2006
A conscience-thumping examination of how our actions, or inactions, with our daughters sway their psychological pendulums throughout life. This work should be required reading for all dads, from first-timers to great-great-granddads. Excellent reading for any parent, or mature child for that matter, because the expressed views and experiences transcend dads and daughters--they apply to all relationships. Duncan James. 12/06.