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Hello Family, Friends, Clients, and whomever may have accidentally gotten this email,

I received this verse this past week from a friend:


“I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the LORD, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.” Isaiah 45:3


I have been finding treasures in the secret places that many of you know about and some of you don’t, but the day is finally here. It was a dream that turned into reality in a supernatural kind of way and I am over here knees shaking, heart pounding, palms sweating questioning, “Did we really do this Lord?”


The answer is “YES!” We did it. We WROTE A BOOK!  We finally wrote That Parenting Book  I have been wanting to write for four years. 


This is the book I wrote for all of the parents, like me, who needed some encouragement that God can use imperfect parents, to fulfill a beautiful masterpiece called family as He has been in the business of doing from the beginning. 


This is the book I needed in my parenting journey that would give me practical, turn key, ready made, smart, but easy tools I could use in real time when my hair was on fire, dinner needed to be served, and baseball practice started five minutes ago.


So, without further adieu, I present to you the Presale of That Parenting Book that has been the fruit of some really big treasures I have found in the secret places where I have been hiding out for the past 4 years.


Most Truly,

Perfectly Imperfect,





Perfectly Imperfect Parenting is for the parent who is needing encouragement and some tools to help bring the joy back into parenting.  It is birthed from the idea that God can use every bit of what we bring into parenthood for good, even the imperfect parts of us.  It all starts with RELATIONSHIP.


We all come into parenthood with past experiences and future expectations that mold and shape how we approach our parenting today.  There are parts of our upbringing that we want to shelter our children from and hopes and dreams we have for our kids that we have been dreaming of before they were even born.  Then, the hard days of parenting hit us and we feel we do not have all the tools we need to parent well.  We feel deflated and discouraged and want to give up.  


The truth is that God can use every bit of what we bring into parenthood for good.  All of the areas where you feel weak as a parent can be huge opportunities to allow God to be strong.  In fact, you will have a more powerful impact in the life of your child by allowing God to transform an imperfect part of your life into wholeness rather that being perfect for your child every day.  For example, if you have an issue with anger, intentionally work on this area through prayer and if needed, counseling, and show that we, as humans, are transformable; we are Perfectly Imperfect.