Find beauty and hope by facing and dealing with the messiness of family life. The family is an imperfect institution. Broken people become broken parents who make broken families. But actually, broken is normal and exactly where God wants us. In The Beauty of Broken, Elisa Morgan, one of today's most respected female Christian leaders, for the first time shares her very personal story of brokenness - from her first family of origin to the second, represented by her husband and two grown children.
"loved this book"
Hello, Beauty Full explodes the shame-based mythology of not-enoughness. Instead of believing the hiss of the enemy, we can learn to see our beauty the way God does.
"Finding Your Unique Sway"
"I Can" Evangelism guides readers away from the "I can'ts" that prevent them from sharing God's love and shows what they can do to share their faith every day.
"Not quite what I expected"
Moms have an important role as nurturer, but moms have needs, too! Authors Elisa Morgan and Carol Kuykendall, the leaders of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) International, offer a guide for mothers to get the nurturing they need. They outline nine needs identified by members of MOPS, significance, identity, growth, intimacy, instruction, help, recreation, perspective, and hope, and explain how to achieve each one.
Do you know your child's 9 needs? The love you have for your children can give them a foundation for life - provided you show it in the ways they need most. Using a child's language of love, you'll learn how to meet your child's 9 needs for security, play, affirmation, guidance, family, discipline, respect, independence, and hope. Elisa Morgan and Carol Kuykendall are president and vice president of communication ministries for MOPS International Inc, a Denver-based organization dedicated to nurturing mothers of preschoolers.
"Waste of Time!"
On the occasion of its 10-year anniversary, this revised and updated version of What Every Mom Needs takes a look at what moms need, or want, for themselves during the busy years of mothering young children. Morgan and Kuykendall are candid and articulate as they explore how meeting her personal needs of Identity, Growth, Relationship, Help, Perspective, and Hope enables a woman to be a better mom.