“I Need Some Help Here” {book giveaway} WINNERS!

inshh.OrderButtonIt’s easy to feel worried and anxious as a parent. There are so many areas of your child’s life that can go wrong along the way. What’s a mom to do? In I Need Some Help Here! Hope for When Your Kids Don’t Go According to Plan Kathi Lipp meets you in your moments of panic or despair with wit and wisdom.

In each chapter, Kathi offers the most powerful tools, from prayer to practical tips, for you and your child. The book covers all of the stages of your child’s life from toddler to young adult and tackles the most common issues that cause stress and anxiety, sharing:

  • Practical wisdom when your child makes poor choices
  • How to pray when your child is running away from God
  • Comforting words fore when your child feels left out
  • “been there” advice for when your child is different than other kids

Whether you are at the end of your rope, or simply need a little extra support as you walk the parenting road, you’ll cherish Kathi’s heart, humor and experience! 

And the winners of Kathi Lipp’s new book from my giveaway post earlier this month are…
  • Missy Boone
  • Jen Manginelli
  • Jessica Hulen
  • Jane Sumner

Didn’t WIN the BOOK? No worries.
Kathi’s got a GIFT for EACH of YOU!!

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About Renee

Renee Swope is a Word-lover, story-teller, heart-encourager and grace-needer. She's also a wife, mom, friend, daughter and author of A Confident Heart, a Retailers Choice Award winning book that became a best-seller and has been published in six languages, with over 150,000 copies sold. Renee is speaks around the country at women's events and and serves on the writing team for DaySpring’s inCourage blog. For twenty years, Renee served in leadership at Proverbs 31 Ministries and as former co-host of the ministry's radio program, “Everyday Life with Lysa & Renee.


  1. Cecily R Bornemann says:

    I needed to hear this. I know I’m not perfect and when I mess up, I feel like I’m a failure.

  2. It’s so incredibly easy to feel like a failure in society’s eyes. From people we meet to the media’s relentless images on what we should do, think and look like. The solution to this has always been to look towards God and know that He doesn’t expect any of those things from us. Just knowing that He has perfect acceptance so what keeps me focused daily. I wish I would have understood this many years ago. May God pour blessings and grace on each of you daily!

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