Essays in this informative compilation show how women from African American, Latina, American Indian, Asian American, and Caucasian backgrounds recover from difficulties and traumas with the help of their faith. Contributors consider why women are more likely to endorse religious engagement than men; why ethnically marginalized women tap into spirituality for comfort more than any other population; and why many believers embrace religion as a coping mechanism throughout their lives—from adolescence to older adulthood. The work suggests ways for counselors, leaders, and religious figures to utilize this knowledge to bolster the well-being of those they serve.
But in that land, it’s not so lonely after all. Animals can be seen at night.
As the animals get ready for the night, they can go to sleep with you and come back in the morning. And now bedtime is not so lonely after all!
Intended as a bedtime story featuring descriptive words and painted illustrations, this rhyming tale introduces you to many animals of different sizes and colors.