Finding Authentic Hope and Wholeness
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: January 01, 2005
Number of Pages: 168
Weight: 0.54 lb
Dimensions: 9 × 6 (inches)
Answering 5 questions that can change your life
Whom can I trust?
Who am I?
Who wants me?
Why am I alive?
What do I do well?
Dr. Kathy Koch draws on Scipture and decades of seminars and workshops geared to the educational community to show us how intelligence and worth take different forms in each of us, but how they ultimately find their roots in Jesus.
"Trying to meet our needs in anyone or anything other than Jesus Christ can result in a temporary or shallow sense of wholeness, but not a long-lasting or authentic, real, actual, legitimate, true genuine wholeness," writes Dr. Kathy. With humor and vulnerability she gives you the tools to develop an authentic sense of self and a positive outlook on the future.
Take the time to ask yourself these five questions, and discover the answers as you journey with Dr. Kathy toward hope and wholeness. You\'ll be glad you did—for the rest of your life.
DR. KATHY KOCH is the Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, Inc., a Christian ministry based in Fort Worth, Texas. She is an internationally celebrated speaker who has influenced thousands of parents, teachers, and children in over 25 countries through keynote messages, workshops, seminars, assemblies, and other events. She also blogs regularly at www.DrKathyKoch.com.Dr. Kathy coauthored with Jill Savage, No More Perfect Kids: Love Your Kids For Who They Are, helps parents understand why they must get to know their children to parent them wisely. How Am I Smart? A Parent's Guide to Multiple Intelligences helps parents understand their children's learning strengths. Finding Authentic Hope and Wholeness: 5 Questions That Will Change Your Life provides a solution-focused, enriching approach to real problems. Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World, helps parents make sense and respond to screen time that is rapidly replacing family time, especially among teens.Dr. Kathy earned a Ph.D. in reading and educational psychology from Purdue University. She was a tenured associate professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a teacher of second graders, a middle school coach, and a school board member prior to becoming a full-time conference and keynote speaker in 1991.