Item description for God's Heart - Your Hands: This One's For You, Caregiver by Laurie Zurinsky...
Overview This One's for You, Caregiver "Hurry up! The car is running!" Then she appeared. Mom. All decked out: Pretty little dress.White Gloves. Handbag over her arm. And both eyebrows done up so nicely in bright pink lipstick! "Lord, let me never forget that this little lady was once just like me. ... Teach me to treat her with respect and dignity. Amen." Through true confessions and earthy humor, this caregiver shares her story and the stories of others in daily readings that will encourage "at-homes" and professionals alike to press on in their arduous task of caregiving. Rather than a "how-to" book, God's Heart-Your Hands is a "why-to" book that connects the heart to the task. It presents real-life issues and Scripture-based solutions.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594678294 ISBN13 9781594678295
Availability 106 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 12:46.
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Encouragement for Caregivers Jan 18, 2005
This book is structured as a set of 365 daily readings for caregivers, but it could just as easily be read cover-to-cover. A great gift for someone in a care-giving role, whether that means caring for a critically ill child, an elderly parent, or a mentally disabled person. The content is a mixture of real-life care giving stories (often very humorous!) interspersed with prayers, quotations and Bible passages. Laurie Zurinsky has a gift for dealing with some of life's most painful situations in a way that encourages us to remain hopeful and diligent as we serve those in greatest need. Her main message for caregivers is this: You are not alone.