In-Store Date:
April 03, 2018
Format:
Trade Paper
Book ISBN:
9781683971344
SRP:
$15.99
Status:
Available
Book
Product Overview
When a parent hears that their child has a disability, hearts and hopes are broken. But faith doesn't have to be. Unbroken Faith identifies and treats the crippling fear, guilt, and inadequacy that parents of children with special needs can encounter. Diane Dokko Kim comes alongside families as a fellow special-needs parent to help reconcile the premise of a good God with the devastating realities of raising a child with disability. Unbroken Faith courageously articulates deep-seated, unspoken doubts and fears you may have but are afraid to voice:
  • Why my child? Why us? This is not the way it’s supposed to be!
  • Why won’t God fix this? Doesn’t He care?
  • I’m the wrong parent for this child. I’m not qualified.
  • No one understands what I’m going through.
  • What will happen to my child when I’m no longer here to help?

    Dokko Kim’s biblical-based encouragement will help you understand that you are not alone, that God gets it, and that God’s Word is entirely relevant to the raw and messy yet hallowed spaces of special needs parenting.

    Format: Trade Paper
    Trim Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
    Page Count: 240
    Category: Christian Life
    Carton Qty: 36

    Comparable Titles:
    Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving (9780990807322)
    Autism’s Hidden Blessings (9780825429774)
  • Marketing Highlights
  • Focuses on God’s comfort and compassion
  • Presents a paradigm shift that God is not the cause of the situation, but the support and strength to face it
  • Dislodges despair, misconceptions and faulty assumptions and expectations
  • Offers spiritual transformation, encouragement, and empowerment
  • About Diane Dokko Kim
    A San Francisco Bay Area native, Diane has been serving for over 25 years in bi-vocational church leadership, serving the disabled community. Diane’s first son was diagnosed with autism and ADHD/ADD in 2004, at age two which triggered profound personal, professional and spiritual crises. In 2008, she began serving as a special needs ministry consultant and in 2012 launched an online ministry to reach out to special needs families. Diane and her husband, Eddie, live in the heart of Silicon Valley with their two young sons, Jeremy and Justin.