A Mother's Footprints of Faith: Stories of Hope and Encouragement

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Zondervan, 1999 - Religion - 192 pages
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In the midst of motherhood’s frantic pace, it’s good to hear the wise, reassuring words of someone who’s been there. Standing at the midpoint of her life, Carol Kuykendall looks back over her shoulder and see an unmistakable pattern of footprints—of defining moments in her life when she recognized God’s presence and took a step of growing faith. While Carol was chasing toddlers, God was guiding her own steps, helping her deal with tricky transitions to marriage and motherhood, daily obstacles such as sick kids and no-school days, and temptations such as perfectionism and busyness.Carol’s poignant and humorous anecdotes reveal the value of perspective—of recognizing that in the rush of your daily activities, God is with you. If you’ve ever wished for a wise, understanding mentor in your walk through life, Carol points back at her path of faith, then offers step-by-step guidance for your journey.

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