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Blended Families An Anthology

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With divorce, single-parent households and family crises on the rise, many are experiencing the tumultuous dynamics of blended or stepfamilies. Learn biblical principles and practical tools from award-winning authors, Kevin Wayne Johnson, Vanessa Miller and Vivi Monroe Congress. Edited by Valerie J. Lewis Coleman, Blended Families An Anthology ministers to those hurting an ...more
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Published August 12th 2010 by Valerie J Lewis Coleman
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It seems there are more and more blended families due to single-parent homes. Parents have to be aware of whom they are bringing around their children. Blended Families by Valerie L. Coleman provides readers with stories about individual’s that have blended family homes and how these families deal with the change.

This 28 chaptered book captures the family units at their worse. It also explains how they turn their family units around. Blended Families expresses how God steps in to help these fami
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The short stories speak about families in this book that were helpful because it uses experiences that can be related to families of today. To understand how others have combined families through faith, determination and persistence is something that I found personally useful.

Families that are combined should use this book as a reference for issues that they are currently and will face in the future.

I highly recommend that this book is a read for step parents and step children so that they can
Marilyn Belleghem
Being in a blended family can be challenging and understanding others face similar situations can be reassuring. If you are in a blended family you'll find people with whom you can relate in this book.
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Valerie J. Lewis Coleman has helped women find relational fulfillment by identifying the four types of male hunters, avoiding seventy percent of men who only want the goody box and winning the heart of Mr. Right-For-You. She explains how she overcame struggles and offers proven techniques to help you get off the crazy cycle of relational demise in her novel The Forbidden Secrets of the Goody Box! ...more
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