The Hurting Parent: Help for Parents of Prodigal Sons and Daughters

Paperback | May 17, 1988

byMargie M. Lewis, Gregg Lewis

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The Hurting Parent is for parents, and also for friends of prodigal sons and daughters everywhere. Margie Lewis encourages hurting parents by helping them understand their reactions and by providing them with survival strategies tested in the experiences of other parents who have known their pain.

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Helps Christian parents cope with children who reject the faith they have been taught and deals with times of pain and stress in relationships. Written by a mother and her son.

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The Hurting Parent is for parents, and also for friends of prodigal sons and daughters everywhere. Margie Lewis encourages hurting parents by helping them understand their reactions and by providing them with survival strategies tested in the experiences of other parents who have known their pain.

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The Hurting Parent is for parents, and also for friends of prodigal sons and daughters everywhere. Margie Lewis encourages hurting parents by helping them understand their reactions and by providing them with survival strategies tested in the experiences of other parents who have known their pain.

Margie Lewis was a graduate of Asbury College and Asbury Theological Seminary. She had three sons, nine grandchildren, and lived in Wilmore, Kentucky. Thirty years after The Hurting Parent's first publication, she still received regular feedback from hurting parents who read and appreciated this book.Gregg Lewis is an award-winning aut...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:164 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.41 inPublished:May 17, 1988Publisher:Zondervan

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310416310

ISBN - 13:9780310416319

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Helps Christian parents cope with children who reject the faith they have been taught and deals with times of pain and stress in relationships. Written by a mother and her son.