A Special Gift: A Devotional for Mothers of Children with Unique Challenges

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 212 pages
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When a child who has special problems is born, Carrie Gruman-Trinkner insists that this little one is a wonderful gift from God-not in spite of those problems and differences, but because of them. She understands the struggles that parents of children with differences go through, but also says, "Rejoice. God has given you a precious and wondrous gift-one that will touch your heart forever." This book is written to express the needs of parents of older children as well as those who are just beginning their journey as the parent of a child that faces physical and development challenges.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
10
Section 3
21
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About the author (2000)

Carrie T. Gruman-Trinkner is the mother of five children. She is a music director, play writer/director and speaker. She travels extensively talking to families of cleft-affected children, educators and medical personnel. Hometown: Appleton, Wisconsin

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