Description: Everyone in this world must deal with loss. The hardest loss is losing those we love. There are not many books written about a son's love for his mother, but here in Praying With Mom, Michael Chung chronicles the journey of a son through the last years of his mother's life. Through prayer, tears, time, and love, this book is a ""voyage of the soul"" into how a son spent the last years with his mother and how his God brought him through it all. Many people have trouble with their faith when experiencing the trials of loss, and some even abandon it, being angry at God for not doing more. In Praying With Mom, the author discusses from his heart and soul how he dealt with the suffering of losing the love of his mother. Endorsements: ""In this book, Michael Chung took me along on a journey through the valley of the shadow of death. Deeply personal yet fortified with quotes from great Christian teachers, I learned better how to walk with God in the trials of life."" --Joel C. Hunter, Senior Pastor, Northland Church About the Contributor(s): Michael Chung (PhD, Nottingham) is currently an adjunct professor with Fuller Theological Seminary in Texas.
Kathleen Finley, an instructor at Gonzaga University, offers guidance and support to couples who are engaged or already married. Finley gives inspirational workshops throughout the country and has authored several books that deal with family life and spirituality. She and fellow author Mitch Finley have been happily married for over 30 years. They live in Spokane, Washington, and have three young-adult sons.