Hope for an Unwanted Journey <br><small>Daily Readings for Those Whose Loved Ones Struggle with Addiction/Mental Illness</small>

Hope for an Unwanted Journey
Daily Readings for Those Whose Loved Ones Struggle with Addiction/Mental Illness

Bill and Donna Lea Dyck

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Do you have a son, daughter, or loved one who is struggling with addictions or mental illness? If so, it is an unwanted journey where the struggles are massive and the questions penetrating

Yet there is hope—and it is found in God. This book is written as a devotional: to lend a spiritual perspective and tools for walking this journey with your loved one. Each entry is based on a specific passage of Scripture following topics that are crucial to the conversation.

Join Bill and Donna Lea Dyck as they reflect on the lessons they learned while they walked this valley. They write with the purpose of bringing you hope and a way forward in your relationship with your loved one.

"These are biblically based devotionals refined by the incurable love of parents for their addicted son, nourished by deepening faith, and anchored in the enduring hope of God Himself. Brutally open and honest! Spiritually refreshing for any reader!"
Rev. Dr. T.V. Thomas, Chairman, Lausanne Global Diaspora Network (GDN)

"This is a devotional book long overdue—a volume of biblical insight, wise counsel, and helpful prayers for those broken by the brokenness of the people they love. Written by seasoned veterans touched personally by the raging wars of addiction and who have lived in the trenches with many wounded, each daily reading points clearly to the One who binds up the brokenhearted and can set the captives free."
John Mahaffey, Lead Pastor, West Highland Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ontario, Council member of The Gospel Coalition in Canada


Softcover Trim Size: 7.5 x 9.25

Page Count: 216

About the Authors:

Bill and Donna Lea Dyck are parents to four adult children and grandparents to nine grandchildren. They have pastored Toronto Alliance Church for 29 years. They are passionate for prayer and care deeply for the marginalized. In this devotional, they speak candidly about the journey of addiction with their loved one and the lessons learned. They seek to inspire hope and courage for all their readers. This is Donna’s third book. For more information on other books and her blog, visit donnaleadyck.com.