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This book brings with it a beautiful blend of spiritual and psychosocial counsel, formidable keys in breaking free from the enemy’s hold. It is both a wide sweep and deep dive of the subject matter (single parenthood), while ‘keeping it real’ to ensure the content is not reduced to meaningless theoretical jargon.

As you journey through the process of this treatise, may you be lifted above the voices of condemnation, be loosed from the ties of the past, and be thrust into the glorious liberty reserved for you in Christ Jesus.
May you be infused with new life and enabled to journey towards the realization of your glorious God-ordained destiny.
It does not matter what caused your single parenthood – sexual sin, death of a spouse, separation/divorce, rape ordeal or even your own choice – tragedies and traumas (of single parenthood) present the enemy with the perfect tools for entrapment, having as it were many of his victims in an Alcatraz of sorrow.
In this book, Muthoni Omukhango offers the much-needed interruption by candidly considering the plight of single parenthood, while masterfully weaving personal experience with research and the encounters of others, in order to shine a light of hope. It brings with it a beautiful blend of spiritual and psychosocial counsel, formidable keys in breaking free from the enemy’s hold. It is both a wide sweep and deep dive of the subject matter (single parenthood), while ‘keeping it real’ to ensure the content is not reduced to meaningless theoretical jargon.

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It does not matter what caused your single parenthood – sexual sin, death of a spouse, separation/divorce, rape ordeal or even your own choice – tragedies and traumas (of single parenthood) present the enemy with the perfect tools for entrapment, having as it were many of his victims in an Alcatraz of sorrow.
In this book, Muthoni Omukhango offers the much-needed interruption by candidly considering the plight of single parenthood, while masterfully weaving personal experience with research and the encounters of others, in order to shine a light of hope. It brings with it a beautiful blend of spiritual and psychosocial counsel, formidable keys in breaking free from the enemy’s hold. It is both a wide sweep and deep dive of the subject matter (single parenthood), while ‘keeping it real’ to ensure the content is not reduced to meaningless theoretical jargon.