Linda Dillow is the author of numerous books, including The Big Book of Family Fun, Creative Counterpart, and Priority Planner and co-author of the popular Intimate Issues. A sought-after speaker, she ministers at women’s conferences across the United States. Linda is the mother of four children and a grandmother. She and her husband, Jody, make their home near Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A Mother's Journeyby Linda Dillow, Joel Spector (Illustrator)
Each one of uschild, parent, and
There is no person more deeply cherished or more greatly needed than a mother. Her influence is far-reachingand everlasting. When a mother is faithful, her children experience joy. They learn perseverance. They become wise. Best of all, they find themselves heading down paths in life that lead directly to God.
Each one of uschild, parent, and grandparent alikeis a part of a magnificent and noble pilgrimage as told in the tender tale of A Mother's Journey. From the sweet springtime of a toddler's earliest years to the darkest winters of adulthood, readers will watch as a mother lovingly leads her children along life's winding pathgently preparing them to walk forever at the Shepherd's side. Along the way readers will rejoice in their relationships with their children and with their own mothers, and find reason to believe the seasons of life will become een more fulfilling with time.
A Mother's Journey will tug at reader's heartstrings as it captures the fears, the hopes, the joys of motherhood. This simple but profound story is beautifully illustrated in full color throughout. The writing, illustrations, and beautiful packaging make this a keepsake book anyone would love to giveor receive.
- The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
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- 9.01(w) x 9.09(h) x 0.37(d)
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I used this book when I spoke at my mother's funeral. It was just the piece to gather all my thoughts together which at the time were scattered. It spoke from my heart what I was not able to.