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Cold Cups of Tea and Hiding in the Loo: An Honest Look At Parenting

Paperback|Feb 2020
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For most people, parenting a longed-for child is an awesome privilege and joy. However that doesn't mean there aren't daily challenges. With honesty, vulnerability and humour, Annie writes about her journey to figure out how to do faith as a...


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For most people, parenting a longed-for child is an awesome privilege and joy. However that doesn't mean there aren't daily challenges. With honesty, vulnerability and humour, Annie writes about her journey to figure out how to do faith as a parent. While not at all claiming to be an expert, she shares her own experiences - the successes as well as the failures - and encourages other parents to start having honest conversations of their own. Readers can dip in and out of this book when time allows, and there are opportunities to pause and reflect and to spend time with God. Themes: * The pressure to be perfect * Finding community * Connecting with God
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Annie Willmot

Annie Willmot is a writer and mum of two boys. Previously working with children, young people and families, encouraging inter-generational worship and community, she now works as a funeral pastor and preaches regularly at her church. Annie is passionate about creating space for honest and vulnerable conversations and can be found at honestconversation.co.uk blogging about parenthood and faith.

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