Sunday, September 25, 2011

Book Review: Blended Families

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Blended Families
Valerie L. Coleman
A&RBC: 4.5  Stars
Heading: Many Blessings
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 families repair their injury to their homes. This book gives readers guidelines and the tools they need to make their families whole. I have many favorites but I will tell you only about one so as not to spoil the book. “Reconnaissance Mission” is about a stepmother who cannot take anymore of her stepchildren abusive behavior. She turns her problems over to God and he gives her instructions. When she listens to Him her outcome becomes more than she expected.  
Blended Families is about restoring families through prayer and godly intervention. It is true that this book will minister to readers who are in need of help and are uncertain of their family’s future. The author put together a wonderful anthology of writers wanting to help others. I recommend Blended Families to others.
This book was provided by the author for review purposes.
Teresa Beasley
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