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Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks is a compilation of selected articles from The Mother magazine, 2002 to 2009. It features writing on optimal parenting from some of the leading thinkers in the field of holistic parenting. From fertility awareness to menopause, home education to chiropractic care, lotus birth to non-vaccination. The Mother magazine is read in more than forty countries, and this selection of...

Adopted They Come With Love

Adopted They Come With Love

Two baby girls adopted from China into our family. As they were growing up it became clear that the things they were doing, their life experiences and the things that they said would be something to remember. Here, in this book, are the real life experiences of Mayli and Baiyin and their new family. The events were all written down as they occurred, and tell how they reacted and how...

Adoption: A Father's Journey of Faith

Adoption: A Father's Journey of Faith

Adoption: A Father’s Journey of Faith is the true story of how one couple’s quest to bring children into their lives led them not only to faraway places, but also to the foot of the Cross. On his 32nd birthday, author David Finz, a recent convert to Christianity, learned that he and his wife Carol faced serious fertility issues. The challenges that followed grew the young Believer...

Saving the Lost Children

Saving the Lost Children

Sandy and Butch Longmore have taken care of more than 150 children in their 39 year marriage. They have four children of their own and have adopted six more. From the day Butch picked up little AJ in a blizzard, shepherding him to their home where he found love, safety and security, to the many poignant and funny moments with other children. Readers will find a story that is touching,...

The Lost Child of Philomena Lee: A Mother, Her Son and A Fifty-Year Search

The Lost Child of Philomena Lee: A Mother, Her Son and A Fifty-Year Search

When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent of Roscrea, Co. Limerick, to be looked after as a `fallen woman' and at the age of three her baby was whisked away and `sold' to America for adoption. Coerced into signing a document promising `Never to Seek to Know' what the Church did with him, she never saw him again. She would spend...

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