Ruled by despair, remorse and anger, author Linda Fulkerson’s life had become a classic rendition of the cliche, “What’s a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?” Desperate. Overwhelmed. Isolated. Trapped. She hit bottom.
On the elevator of life, those descending will all exit on different levels – some much lower than others. You don’t have to go all the way to the basement! Stop now and push the “up” button. This book will show you how.
Review from an Amazon.com reader – “Great Book that not only tells about the authors personal experience but also has section for helping others work their way back into a relationship with God and also their family. Very good book, easy to read, surprising in places and quit revealing not only of author’s actions but also her most inner feelings. Recommended read for anyone that wants to get back into a god relationship with their heavenly Father or their earthly family. ”
The Prodigal Daughter offers practical suggestions to:
– Renew hope
– Realize God’s love
– Regain peace
– Reconcile relationships
– Return home
“Finally! Here is a book that offers hope to those who are lost in despair. Linda Fulkerson shows the road back to the joy of living, as she herself has found.”
– Dr. J. Larry Williams, executive director (retired), Southern Christian Home
“Popular folk wisdom claims, ‘You can’t come home,’ but this book proves that you can. Better yet, it shows how to allow your prodigal to WANT to come home.”
– Sandra Humphrey, former editor, Christian Woman Magazine
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