Blended Family? HELP!

Blended Family? Help! is filled with practical tips and foundational wisdom for stepfamilies. Each page examines the every-day struggles of a swiftly growing but largely ignored domestic population--the blended family.

Terri addresses challenges ranging from power struggles, and expanding households to holiday visitation exchanges, couples will find tactful solutions and guidance in blending. More

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About Terri Clark

About Terri Clark
President & Founder of Terri Clark Ministries, Inc., A non-profit, 501c3 tax-exempt corporation.

Author: Blended Family? HELP! 2011, A Revision of her former book, Tying the Family Knot; Meeting the Challenges of a Blended Family, 2004 Broadman & Holman Publishing
Columnist: Living with Teenagers Magazine; The Right Blend—A monthly column for parenting teens in a stepfamily. Since 2006 (Additionally, Terri Clark has written numerous articles in other publications.)

International Speaker: Speaking on marriage and family issues across the United States and in Uganda, Kenya, China, Vietnam, Myanmar, and India. Terri has been speaking in conferences, seminars, and workshops since 1994.

Radio & Television: Since 2004, Terri Clark has been the featured guest as an expert on stepfamily issues on numerous Christian radio and television programs nationwide.

Memberships & Affiliations: Association of Marriage and Family Ministries, Resource Member; American Association of Christian Counselors, Board Certified Biblical Counselor & Board Certified Life Coach; Stepfamily Foundation, Certified Counselor; World Ministry Fellowship, Licensed Minister

Personal Facts: Terri Clark and her husband of twenty one years, Harvey Clark, each brought three children into their marriage. Terri and Harvey understand first-hand, the complexities and myths of making a marriage with children work. Having herself weathered the emotional and sometimes explosive storms of blending a family with six children; Terri uses her years of speaking experience to weave stories from her own stepfamily into every power-packed presentation whether it be a seminar, conference or written articles.

In addition to her work with stepfamilies and marriages here in the United States, Terri Clark is using her resources to help the poor in Africa. Her organization is building a three-story, hospital facility and has created a child education sponsorship program for the destitute poor of Uganda. More information on this can be found on their website, www.terriclarkministries.org.

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