A Mother's Cry: Can Good Come from a Broken Heart?

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 8, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 173 pages
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Overcome Life’s Challenges! New Book a Fascinating Account of Triumph Over Adversity

Lamirada, CA – (Release Date TBD) – Are life’s challenges getting the better of you? Do you need helpful tips in overcoming them? In Ethel M. Gardner’s new book, A Mother’s Cry, you will find the enlightenment you have been searching for. Drawing heavily from her personal experiences, Gardner dispenses helpful tips in overcoming life’s trials and tribulations.

The book portrays the life of the main character, Ethel, in a beautifully written narrative that will capture the readers’ hearts. She is a woman of strength and courage, sometimes coming across as witty in overcoming her obstacles. She is placed in a position where choices must be made—from challenges during her childhood, the tragic loss of her only son, and dealing with peace within by giving into a Christlike life.

A Mother’s Cry, at once emotionally charged and utterly insightful, chronicles how one woman struggled with life’s ordeals and how she made meaning of her life through her experiences. It is a compelling tale of triumph over adversity that will bring readers to new heights of inspiration—a rare treat for the soul!

About the Author

Ethel M. Gardner is a woman of unusual force, integrity and great ability. She is a prophetess, teacher, activist, author and counselor. She comes from the humblest of backgrounds, a background of great challenges that served as a vehicle to great determination and a refusal to settle for less then God’s best. Her hard work and desire for spiritual knowledge led her to higher heights in the Christian faith.

Ms. Gardner is the second of ten children and the mother of three. She fell into the role of motherhood and assumed the responsibility for the care of the rest of her siblings at a very young age when she lost her own mother. Her acts of compassion, courage, and bravery won her admiration and respect from both her family and her peers.

She has always been one who, once she makes up her mind, is determined and will not allow obstacles stand in her way. She finds a way around, over, or sometimes through them. Determined to leave a legacy to her family, Ms. Gardner established the Kennedy Austin Development Center on March 10, 1998. As president, her motto was: “Family helping families heal through the impossible.”

A Mother’s Cry * By Ethel M. Gardner Publication Date: October 8, 2004 Trade Paperback; $20.99; 173 pages; 1-4134-5350-3 * Cloth Hardback; $30.99; 173 pages; 1-4134-5351-1

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