Unbroken Faith Book Give Away

Here's your chance to win a copy of Diane Dokko Kim's marvelous new book, Unbroken Faith. Check out the details of how to enter the drawing in this post.

Unbroken Faith: Spiritual Recovery for the Special Needs Parent by Diane Dokko Kim was featured by Different Dream in a three part series in April of this year. Different Dream HQ was a little crazy in April, and the planned Unbroken Faith book give away didn’t happen.

This week, we’re rectifying the situation by hosting the Unbroken Faith give away that didn’t happen in the spring. To enter, follow this link to Diane’s original series where you’ll learn more about this phenomenal book that’s generated all sorts of buzz in the special needs and disability community. Then return to this post and leave a comment below about why you’d like to win a copy of Unbroken Faith.

The book give away will be open for one week. Comments must be left by midnight (CST) on June 19. The winner’s name will be drawn on Wednesday, June 20.

Here's your chance to win a copy of Diane Dokko Kim's marvelous new book, Unbroken Faith. Check out the details of how to enter the drawing in this post.Diane is the mother of a child with multiple disabilities including autism and ADHD. Since 2008, she has served as a special needs ministry consultant, partnering with Joni and Friends as a national speaker, trainer and ministry ambassador. Author of Unbroken Faith: Spiritual Recovery for the Special Needs Parent(Worthy, April 2018), her work has been featured in Orange’s Parent Cue, Parenting Magazine, Dandelion Magazine, and Not Alone. Diane’s passion is to encourage weary parents and empower them to experience the timeless relevance of God’s Word applied to the gritty realities of special needs family life. She and her husband, Eddie, live in the heart of Silicon Valley with their two sons. Connect with her on Facebook or www.dianedokkokim.com where she blogs on being wrecked, redeemed and repurposed.

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6 Comments

  1. June 13, 2018    

    I’m working my way through this book now and it is aMAZing! I keep wanting to write out quotes and scriptures from it to plaster my walls with post it’s! Such a relief to have my feelings validated.

  2. JoAnna JoAnna
    June 13, 2018    

    I’m interested in reading this book bc I’ve found those same services that help children with autism benefit children with other disabilities. I also wonder sometimes whether it’s really a special ed training that makes a difference over people who are just kind and aware in the classroom.

  3. Jessica L Stoop Jessica L Stoop
    June 13, 2018    

    I am so excited to read this book as a special needs mama, when we received our diagnosis it took extreme intentionality and perseverance to even make it to church…..then we got there and there were a number of new hurdles to overcome. There are so many of us families that are struggling with maintaining the faith and remaining steadfast. Seriously excited about this book.

  4. Jennifer Salas Jennifer Salas
    June 16, 2018    

    Very excited to not only read this book, but to share it as part of a Special Needs Parent Book Study with my Homeschool Group, which includes many parents of special needs children. Myself, Mom to two sons, 12 and just turned 15 year olds with neurological disorders/disabilities (ASD, Aspergers, lots of anxiety, OCD, Tourettes, dyslexia, dysgraphia, executive processing disorder. I right now am struggling with self doubt as their homeshool parent since one of my sons is behind due to his disabilities. I am also struglling with the Lord, questioning his love and care for us. Although, my faith is strong and deep down I know that He has the best in store for us, it is a struggle and I find myself questioning God, which of course one should never do, as it is impossible to understand an all powerful, all Holy being. I must be patient and trust in the fact that he wants Good things for us. Looking forward to reading this book in the hopes of always turning towards the Lord instead of pulling away. Sometimes, when deeply struggling with the day to day, I tend to pull away, instead of Leaning on the Lord! Love to all of us Moms and parents!

  5. June 18, 2018    

    Would LOVE to have access to the words of this author! I’ve seen some of her work via Key Ministry and she is a gem in the special needs community!

  6. June 19, 2018    

    I attend a support group for parents of children born with congenital heart defects & we are always looking for more trusted resources on parenting our kiddos & self care. I would love to read this!

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