Survivors of sexual abuse and assault often find themselves feeling like the woman who touched the hem of the Lord's robe to be healed: desperately needing the Savior's help, but feeling too full of shame and pain to approach him. When seeking help, survivors are generally counseled to forgive, but instead of bringing relief, this message often increases their shame and pain.
"Processing deep & early wounds; warmly narrated"
When Leslie Nelson, a naive, small town girl, got a job as a prison guard, her friends called her a female Barney Fife. But that job turned out to be a unique on-the-job training for motherhood. This non-fiction short will take you inside the prison and share tips on how to avoid riots in your own home. Leslie is the mother of five children (three teenagers, heaven help her!). Her youngest is seven so "parole" is a long way off.
"insightful and interesting"
When Gertrude wakes up in a world steeped in the past, discovering that she's pregnant with no memory of how she got there, she panics. But when her baby is kidnapped she has to snap out of her stupor or lose everything she loves. It is only when she comes upon a sailor with turquoise eyes that all the disturbing memories begin to resurface. But despite what happened between them, he is her only hope.
This book helps children identify verbs. Each verb is used and underlined in sentences to give children an example of what it is and how it is used.