God's Roadmap

Now may the Lord Jesus Christ and our Father God, who loved us and in his wonderful grace gave us eternal comfort and a beautiful hope that cannot fail, encourage your hearts and inspire you with strength to always do and speak what is good and beautiful in his eyes (2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 TPT).

Friday, March 6, 2015

Markers For Single Moms

Book Review Friday
by Barbara Latta

Terri Webster became a single mom 25 years ago when her dream of a perfect marriage was shattered. She remained a single parent for 19 years and during that time she learned to depend on God through the truths revealed in this book.

Markers for Single Moms
Through a series of events she became born again and found new life with Christ. Her healing journey was a step by step process of learning to rely on God for all her needs.
Markers for Single Moms: Finding God’s Direction in the Chaos will guide a single mother through the journey of hoping again and learning to let Jesus fill all the emotional holes single parenthood can leave in her life.

Terri uses an experience she had on a hiking trail where she went to be alone and talk to God. She followed rocks on the side of a mountain that led her down the opposite side. After realizing these were markers to direct hikers, she looked ahead but couldn’t see all the stones at once.  Only after she reached the one in front of her could she see the next one, then the next, and the next. This allowed a hiker to stay on the trail and not get lost.
She knew then God was directing her life the same way. He gave her markers for her life to follow and as she trusted Him with each step, the next one was revealed.

This book will help the reader find these thirteen markers for her own life. The first one is "Meet Jesus", others include "God is Your Provider", "Victim or Victor?", and "Pressing On". 

Terri's passion is to help women who have suffered through the difficulties of raising children alone. She has started a ministry for single women located in Covington, Georgia called Spring Ministries.

Terri’s blog is My Writing Well.  Her book is available at Amazon.

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