“Finding Home: Walking Surrendered Through Terminal Cancer and Failed Adoption” by Kim Green, and published by Morgan James, offers hope for those going through trials and dark times.
Finding Home was written for anyone dealing with major disappointments in life, yet still seeking peace and comfort in God.
Green of Rose Township said she suffered two devastating heartbreaks at the same time. Her sister, Jodi, 40, died of cervical cancer, and as Green suffered that loss, she also experienced not one but two failed adoptions.
Losing her sister and having to accept she would not get to mother the two children she had already come to love left her seeking God’s goodness in hard times; Finding Home is the story of how she found that goodness.
Green candidly shares her struggles on a deep, emotional level, but she encourages them to keep their focus on God and His goodness. The themes of faith and endless love are woven through every chapter of Finding Home, providing an uplifting and inspiring message that reassures men and women of God’s control in even the most tumultuous of circumstances.
The Times published two previous stories on the Greens, “Local couple says ‘yes’ to 14 adopted children,” in 2013 and “For today’s busy woman...there’s never enough time,” in 2014.
The book will be available through Fenton’s Open Book after it is released.
About the author
Kim Green is the wife of 22 years to her husband, Ben, and the dedicated mother of 16 children they have adopted from around the world. Kim is the author of Enchanted Garden, published in 2018, and she has a large following of 14,000 dedicated readers on her Facebook page, “His Hands His Feet Today.” She is passionate about the value of all life and has spoken for Right to Life on several occasions when she’s not writing or caring for her large family. She and her family attend Church on the Street in Linden, where she also serves in the children’s and prophetic ministries and on the leadership team.