It is so easy to feel grief as a single parent. Life can be overwhelming and demanding. It is easy for a single parent to wonder why they must go at it alone or get upset and think this is punishment for making a mistake. There is hope and help for the single parent and Tony Evans shows us the answers from scripture in his new book titled, “help & hope for the single parent.” God can pick up where we fall, give us strength when we are weak, provide us with an extra boost of energy when we are dragging and super exhausted. God is a father to the fatherless and will be a mother to the motherless. Evans reminds us of God’s love and that we are never alone. Being a single parent is a gift not a punishment. It was refreshing to be reminded of God’s promises for me as a single mother. I am so grateful for all that I have been blessed with and knowing God is my parenting partner is a great relief. “If you miss grown-up conversations or cuddling with someone other than your toddler this book is for you!” Moody Publishers
Embrace the role God has given you and read about his promises he has for you as a single parent in this new book by Dr. Evans.
I received a complimentary copy of this book by Moody Publishers in return for my honest review.
Since the release of “Heaven is for Real,” by Todd Burpo, there has been a tremendous drive in literature about Heaven. Burpo shared an amazing story of how his son had a vision of Heaven and came back to earth to tell about it. The author of Between Heaven and Earth has a much different story to tell. Steve Berger and his wife lost their son on his 19th birthday in a very tragic, one car accident. His son went home to Heaven and there he stayed. This tragedy tugged at the fragile hearts of the Berger’s. This heart wrenching tragedy led to one of Berger’s greatest enlightenment’s about an amazing wonder called Heaven. This tragic event worked in the lives of the Berger’s and they began to feel the omniscient presence of God. It was now that Berger finally understand the depth of his sermons he preached over the years about our forever home in Heaven. It wasn’t until Steve’s son was called home by the Lord that he felt the peace and comfort that this promising place offers. It is one thing to be able to talk about heaven, but to live heaven while on earth is a miraculous story.
Berger tackles the accusations of “heavenly minded but of no earthly good” with a passionate call for faith and hope in the midst of fear and despair. Focusing on the hope and inspiration from Paul’s letter to the Philippians, Berger invites his readers to engage in his thoughts and visions about heaven, drawing inspiration on God’s grace and healing power that lies between Heaven and earth.
Berger takes the reader through the emotional journeys of Apostle Paul as he confesses what it truly means to live in Christ and to die and gain. He digs deep into the lessons learned by Abraham as he stayed focused on the future that was promised by God.
We are reminded through his writing that Heaven is a place in which there is no pain, it is a place harvested with joy and love that is given to us by God. Heaven is real and it is a beautiful place.
“Between heaven and earth” is a glimpse of a personal journey that Berger and his wife never thought they would have to take. It is something that I can relate to, as I lost a very close family member a few years ago in a very tragic accident with a fire engine responding to an emergency call. This book offers healing and comfort in the power of God’s word and his promise of Heaven.
I received a complimentary copy of Between Heaven and Earth by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for my honet