Format: Trade Paper
Pub. Date: Sep. 01, 2003
A STOREHOUSE OF
IDEAS FOR ENCOURAGING
Have you ever wished you had just the right words to speak, but your mind was totally blank?
What to Do When You Don't Know What to Say to Your Own Family is a resource of practical and doable ideas when the right words just won't come. each chapter has brief descriptions of relationships, sharing what others have done to bring sustaining comfort. The book provides readers with proven ways to be the hands of Christ to those they love.
Focusing on familial relationships that extend from husbands and wives, to siblings, in-laws, church family, and friends who are as close as family, What to Do When You Don't Know What to Say to Your Own Family has something to offer to all ages, all genders, and all brackets of life-to anyone who has family relationships.
Meet the Authors
PeggySue Wells and her husband make their home in Roanoke, Indiana where they homeschool their seven musical children-The WELLSpring Fiddlers. PeggySue is the author of What to Do When You Don't Know What to Say, and Holding Down the Fort, and the contributing author for An Early Journey Home and The Young Believer Case Files: Kids Caught Living Out Their Faith.
Mary Ann Froehlich is a music therapist-board certified/Suzuki music teacher, teaching music to children with special needs. She holds a doctorate in music education/music therapy from the University of Southern California, and an MA in theology (pastoral care) from Fuller Theological Seminary. Her books include: What's a Smart Woman Like You Doing in a Place Like This, and An Early Journey Home. Mary Ann lives in Benicia, California with her husband, John, and their three children.