Are you a woman who grew up without a loving father?
Maybe he was absent, neglectful, or abusive.
If so, this book is for you.
Anyone who has grown up without a good paternal figure knows the rejection and pain of being unloved. This abandonment not only affects your childhood relationships but can carry on into adulthood as well.
Being rejected by the one man in your life who should have been there can also affect any deep connection you’d like to have with God.
In her first nonfiction book, Holding the Hand of a King, Kathryn J. Bain guides you through the pain and the hurt that comes from not having the love of a good father. She also gives proof that God has been with you always, as the father you so desire. Don’t live another day feeling alone and unwanted. Find out how you can develop a closer relationship with God so you can spend the rest of your life Holding the Hand of a King.
With foreword by Germaine Copeland, author of the Prayers That Avail Much family series, 365 Days to a Prayer-Filled Life, and other publications. Germaine is founder and president of Word Ministries International.
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About the Author
Award-winning fiction author Kathryn J. Bain takes her first step into the realm of nonfiction with her latest book Holding the Hand of a King.
Not only is she a co-leader of LOL, (Ladies of the Lord), the Tuesday night Bible study group in her church, she is also a past President of Florida Sisters in Crime and Public Relations Director for Ancient City Romance Authors. She also has a small Facebook Group for Christian writers called Writers for Jesus.
Ms. Bain has over ten fiction books available, some of which have garnered awards including First Place for Short Suspense in the IDA (Independent Digital Awards) and a First Place Royal Palm Literary Award for Inspirational Fiction.
Kathryn has also been a paralegal for over twenty years and works for an attorney who specializes in elder law.