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The Impossible Kid

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When a mother’s journey begins, one is venturing into the unknown.
It’s hard to imagine what this tiny little baby will be as an adult. My journey was difficult, heart-wrenching, and laborious and yet joyful, worth every tear and strife. My child seemed impossible to me, but God chose me to be the mother of this impossible child. And what we deem impossible, God makes possible (Luke 18:27).
From the introduction
In The Impossible Kid, relationship coach and pastor’s wife Lucille Williams writes an exceptionally honest and funny account of parenting a strong-willed child. Through 11 entertaining chapters, this book provides practical tools for parents to sow seeds of encouragement in their kids as they aspire to raise adults who reflect the nature and character of God. Endorsed by Dr. Gary Smalley, The Impossible Kid is an encouraging and informative read, covering topics including family dysfunctions, feeling like an inadequate parent, creative and effective discipline, parenting with integrity, the dreaded sex talk, learning to laugh together, and keeping God as the focal point in the home.
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Lucille Williams
BISAC Category:
RELIGION / Christian Life/Family
Page Count:
Paperback / 5.5 x 8.375

1 Review

  • 5
    Real + Practical

    Published by Sue on Sep 11, 2021

    This book is amazing. I throughly enjoy it. I think what resonated most was the real life mama advice shared by Lucille Williams. In the book, Lucille shares her perspective of how it went parenting her three (now grown) children in their younger years. Her oldest daughter, Monica, then shares her perspective either as a child or as a now mother of a young toddler. Lucille doesn’t hold much back. This book is practical, real, sometimes raw and honest. I love the practical advice shared. Lucille writes, “We do not raise kids; we raise adults. One day in the not so distant future, the house will be quiet; the kitchen will be spotless; you’ll have plenty of time in the shower; and you’ll be waiting by the phone, hoping one of your children would call, or even better come for a visit.” Lucille offers hope and encouragement for all moms! I was given a free copy for my honest review. I loved The Impossible Kid!

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