Robert L. Millet provides hope for families with wayward children by focusing on the scriptural and prophetic promises to those who have received the blessings of the gospel covenant. Wandering children and the trail of attendant sorrows are no respecter of persons. These make their way into the families of the rich and poor, active, and less active, functional and dysfunctional. This book faces head-on the reality that sometimes things simply don't turn out as we had planned. Robert Millet uncovers the doctrinal basis for hope when a loved one forsakes the faith. He offers real peace here and sustaining faith in the future.
Robert L. Millet, former dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University, is a professor emeritus of ancient scripture. After receiving bachelor's and master's degrees from BYU in psychology, he earned a PhD from Florida State University in religious studies. Brother Millet is a beloved speaker and the author of numerous books. He and his wife, Shauna, are the parents of six children.
One of the best doctrinal approaches to parenting. Great combination of doctrine and story puts parenting in the proper perspective. Now it's up to me as the reader to exercise the faith and put it into practice.
Powerful! By Margaret, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Gave me such peace and comfort. Now I feel I can navigate my way through this challenge, so much better.