Synopses & Reviews
"Omartian offers a follow-up to her million-plus seller The Power of a Praying Parent, focusing this time on praying for adult children. 'The truth is,' says Omartian, 'you never stop being a parent who deeply cares about your child's well-being, no matter what age they are....' She offers 14 things to pray for adult children, including that they find freedom, restoration and wholeness; have a sound mind and right attitude; and be protected and survive in tough times. Each chapter includes Prayer Power a brief, specific prayer and Word Power, Scripture verses pertaining to the topic. Fans of Omartian will find more of her chatty, personal style mixed with lists and myriad subtopics throughout; new readers may be put off by repetition and that same chattiness. But all readers will know that Omartian's heart is dedicated to prayer, God's redemptive love and a healthy future for all adult children: 'by praying, we can help them to hear from God so He can lead them to do what He wants.' (July 1)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
In this important follow?up to her book The Power of a Praying? Parent (over 1.7 million sold), Stormie Omartian addresses the areas of concern parents have for their grown children and shares how to lift them up to God. With stories from other parents and insight gleaned from personal experience, Stormie helps parents pray with the power of God's Word over their adult children and their
- career choices and sense of purpose
- marriages and other vital relationships
- parenting skills and leadership
- struggles, addictions, or emotional trials
- faith commitment and prayer life
Each year thousands of parents watch their grown children step out into the world and wish they could do more to support them. They can. Every parent can rest in the power of prayer to turn their child over to the care, protection, and guidance God provides.
In this follow-up to her book "The Power of a Praying Parent," Omartian addresses the areas of concern parents have for their grown children and shares how to lift them up to God.