And So We Pray: Supporting Young Adults Through the College Years
Accompanies mothers as they send their children off to college. It is filled with encouragement, sound Catholic teaching, and real-life stories shared by women of faith who have experienced the transition from hectic family life to empty nesting and everything in between. As mothers, we want to activate the most powerful weapon imaginable to help our children succeed in their college careers. That weapon is prayer.
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And So We Pray was written to help individuals or women meeting in small groups to draw peace and consolation from God as their young adults go off into the world. The book weaves stories of real people with the teachings of Jesus Christ to provide meaningful help to moms who find themselves facing issues like homesickness, college “dating”, changing family dynamics and much more. Each chapter ends with a prayer, questions for reflection, and a prayer practice, as well as four relevant Scripture verses for deeper meditation.
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