The Children Of Divorce: The Loss Of Family As The Loss Of Being
  • The Children Of Divorce: The Loss Of Family As The Loss Of Being
  • The Children Of Divorce: The Loss Of Family As The Loss Of Being
  • The Children Of Divorce: The Loss Of Family As The Loss Of Being
ISBN: 0801039142
EAN13: 9780801039140
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 1, 2010
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 0.48" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.77 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Winsomely written, achingly honest, and fearlessly hopeful. Root's analysis of divorce as an ontological--not just a sociological--crisis for children is dead-on, as is his advice for congregations who must name and address this soul-splitting reality. With his incomparable ability to blend story and theology, Root delivers a beautiful and wise book that is for anyone touched by divorce.--Kenda Creasy Dean, Princeton Theological Seminary

Andrew Root's insightful analysis gives voice to my own journey as a child of divorce, and to the experiences of countless others I've observed. This book beautifully integrates the ontological pain of divorce with the redemptive power of Christ and the church.--Kara E. Powell, Fuller Youth Institute, Fuller Theological Seminary

Divorce leaves a cloud of dust that never settles. And those of us who love and care for kids need to pay special attention to the growing number of children who undergo this experience. As one who has lived in the dust, Root raises the right issues, challenging us to think more deliberately and carefully about what it means to minister to, parent, and befriend the children of divorce.--Walt Mueller, Center for Parent/Youth Understanding

Youth workers have always known that the impact of divorce on kids was substantially deeper than pop culture would want us to believe, Read More chevron_right

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