Giving Your Grandkids the Spiritual Ride of Their Lives
by Sharon Hoffman
Just when many women thought their days of driving minivans and carting kids around were over, their own adult child shares the good news that there will be an addition to the family! Thrilled with the news at first, the realization soon strikes that changes are coming—they will be a grandmother.
In A Car Seat in My Convertible? author Sharon Hoffman, a godly grandmother herself, along with her network of lively grandmother friends, helps readers find the excitement about this life stage transition. More importantly, she helps readers recognize and take advantage of their special spiritual role in the lives of their grandkids.
Packed with practical tips on how to play and teach grandkids, being a great long-distance grandma, holiday celebration ideas, A Car Seat in My Convertible? also includes a whole lot of wisdom on everything from communicating God’s love unconditionally, relating to other in-laws, etc. Using humor, readers will laugh as they read the first-person letters from veteran grandmothers who share advice on very specific “grandmotherly” topics but also provide answers to some of those unasked grandmother questions.
While the book is lively, it also provides grandmothers with short, memorable quotes. Included is also a suggested prayer calendar highlighting godly virtues for grandmothers, children, and grandchildren. Knowing the power of the spoken word, readers will also find help in identifying encouraging phrases they can use to encourage their children and grandchildren.
Item #: N084134
Category: Christian Living, Relationships, Family Concerns
Size: 7 X 9 Inches
Page Count: 176
Pack Qty: 36
About the Author
Known for her warm demeanor and trademark smile, this vivacious grandma has spoken to audiences throughout the US, Canada, and overseas for more than 25 years. A lover of chocolate, gardening, and hiking in the Ozark Mountains, Sharon has touched many lives through her vulnerability and powerful stories. This amazing woman wears many hats, including wife, mother, grandmom, mother-in-law, and pastor’s wife. She and her husband, Rob, call Missouri home.