Need practical advice for finding beauty in the broken? God’s Kintsugi: A Catholic Devotional for Moms of Differently-Wired Kids is part devotional, part workbook: a collection of Scripture, prayers, meditations, and self-reflections that guide you to the hands of the Father, the divine potter for which you are the clay.
This listing is for the 112-page digital download. For the paperback edition, click here (9.99 on Amazon)
In the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi, artisans use gold dust, resin, or lacquer to repair broken pottery. The piece is restored; the cracks still visible. But the piece is enhanced – more beautiful – than it was before.
As the mother of a differently-wired child, you’ve probably had your fair share of feeling broken and alone. But you are God’s Kintsugi, a beautiful vessel created in God’s infinite wisdom. He’s chosen you to raise these beautiful children, and you are the right woman for the job.
Enter God’s Kintsugi: A Catholic Devotional for Moms of Differently-Wired Kids.
This little book is part devotional, part workbook: a collection of Scripture, prayers, meditations, and self-reflections that guide you to the hands of the Father, the divine potter for which you are the clay.
Throughout these pages, you’ll find bite-sized moments created just for you. Designed to be read in less than five minutes a piece, each chapter provides a solid but simple nugget of gold:
- a reminder of your God-given, inherent goodness
- a bit of encouragement to get you through the day
- a quiet moment of prayer to surrender fear, regret, and frustration
- a private space to work through sticking points within you, with your spouse, and with your kids
Let God’s Kintsugi lead you to His golden repair.
For a hard copy of God’s Kintsugi (9.99 on Amazon), click here.
For a digital copy of God’s Kintsugi, see below.
Ginny Kochis says
I’m so glad to hear that, Melanie. Thanks for your support and for stopping by!