Item description for Stepping-Stones for Stepmoms: Everyday Strength for a Blended-Family Mom by Karon Phillips Goodman...
Overview One step at a time, a blended family mom can find her way in her new role toward a happy, peaceful home. Author Karon Phillips Goodman offers Scriptures, prayers, encouragement and inspiring life stories from stepmoms who have experienced God's guidance as they blended a family. Karon addresses four stages of a stemom's experience-beginning, struggling, coping and growing. Through these stages, a blended family mom can grow in forgiveness, understanding joy and gratitude.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers - Arise
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.98" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 13, 2007
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
ISBN 1596690860 ISBN13 9781596690868
Availability 0 units.
More About Karon Phillips Goodman
KARON PHILLIPS GOODMAN of Alabama is an inspiration to the tens of thousands of women who've read her books "You're Late Again, Lord!," "Grab a Broom, Lord..." and "You Still Here, Lord?" She has also written for many magazines, including "Woman's Day" and "Writer's Digest."
Karon Phillips Goodman currently resides in Oxford, in the state of Alabama.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stepping-Stones for Stepmoms: Everyday Strength for a BlendedFamily Mom?
What a wonderful book!!! Jun 6, 2007
I thought that this book was fantastic. I could not put it down once I began to read it. I did not feel at all that this book was "in your face religious." If you are a Christian who trusts in the Lord, then this book is a reminder that God never gives you more than you can handle. This book covers all aspects of being a stepmom from beginning all the way through the rest of your life. I now use it as a reference for when I have rough days, and need a little bit of encouragement. This should be the very first book that every step mother ever reads!!!
Beware . . . . May 14, 2007
While a very nice book, way too in-your-face religious for me. It seems as if every other word is God. I do consider myself a christian, but even this was over the top for me. If you are looking for a spiritual read, this is the one. If you are looking for a stepparenting guide, this is not for you.