Item description for Espresso for Your Spirit: Hope and Humor for Pooped-Out Parents (Espresso) by Pam Vredevelt...
Overview Serving up cup after cup of energizing "espresso" wisdom and advice to encourage the spirits of pooped-out parent, this book is the perfect antidote to the daily grind of dirty diapers, soccer games, fund-raisers, and bloody knees.
Publishers Description It's no secret that parenting is overwhelming and often exhausting. Nothing will ever change the daunting struggles parents face and the tears they often shed. The daily grind of dirty diapers, soccer games, fund-raisers, and bloody knees leaves parents needing a resource that will lift their spirits, charge their batteries, and refocus them on the source of their true strength. In engaging, humorous, and often poignant vignettes, bestselling author Pam Vredevelt serves up cup after cup of energizing espresso to encourage the spirit and souls of decaffeinated parents.
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More About Pam Vredevelt
Pam Vredevelt is a Licensed Professional Counselor, popular inspirational speaker, and bestselling author of the Espresso for a Woman's Spirit series, Angel Behind the Rocking Chair, and Empty Arms: Emotional Support for Those Who Have Suffered a Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or Tubal Pregnancy. Pam, John, and their three children make their home in Gresham, Oregon.
Pam Vredevelt currently resides in Gresham. Pam Vredevelt was born in 1955.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Espresso for Your Spirit: Hope and Humor for Pooped-Out Parents (Espresso)?
A powerful book of grace and wisdom Jan 14, 2008
This book is very applicable if you have grown children! I am mom of two who are in their late teens and early twenties. You still get "pooped out" even when the kids are grown and gone, because they come back and forth into your life bringing new situations to deal with.
I bought my copy a couple of years ago and have savored my way through it. It is hands-down my favorite devotional, not only for parenting but for all kinds of issues such as trusting God when you're hurt or overwhelmed, forgiveness, trust, grace, and so much more.
I go back and reread the chapters and am blessed again. I recommend this book highly. I can't wait to read the next one!
a mom Dec 21, 2003
I really enjoyed this book and have bought several copies for my parenting friends. She writes so honestly, you can really relate. You feel like you know her and that you are sitting in her living room with a cup of coffee talking. Her incredibly encouriging stories of what God has done with her family is so great to hear about. Also, stories of her friends that you take the parenting journey with. I found it sad to be done and have since read several more of her books and have also been greatly encouraged and refreshed.