Ralley Point: Pace Of Refuge

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A journey of heartbreak, hope, and healing.

She knew she was meant to be a mom. Her body disagreed. Will Heaven send a baby to a family full of love to give?

Knoxville, 2007. Dyanna Jo Baskin couldn’t wait to bring a child into the world. So with a wonderful husband and loving stepdaughter by her side, she’s thrilled when she becomes pregnant after three years of trying. But just as the expectant mother begins reimagining their lives, she suffers a devastating miscarriage.

Praying for God’s guidance while navigating her grief, Dyanna Jo and her spouse research foster care and adoption. But when several babies come and go so swiftly from their home, she wonders if the Lord wants their tribe to stay just the way it is.

Will Dyanna Jo’s prayers for a permanent addition be answered?

Ralley Point: Place of Refuge is the first book in the heartwarming Baskin Family Foster Journal Christian fiction series. If you like characters with strong faith, eye-opening looks at adopting, and trusting God’s plan, then you’ll adore Daniel Bishop’s uplifting read.

"Ralley Point Place of Refuge is an incredible book that shows all aspects of fostering and adopting children, from the perspectives of foster and adoptive parents, social workers, parents who give up children and parents/grandparents whose children/grandchildren are removed from their custody as well as children who have share their homes and parents with foster siblings. The author is so sensitive to all the relationships and interactions, and pros and cons of this familial relationalship. There are so many heartbreaking situations, but so much hope and faith!"
5 Star Amazon Review

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