Brenda W. McIntyre is a freelance author who has held a variety of jobs over the years. She has been a house parent at a residential children’s home, the Acquisitions Supervisor in an academic library, and a prison librarian, but her first love has always been writing. Currently she is a Behavioral Therapist for individuals with developmental disabilities. Her articles appear in a variety of publications including: His Voice, GEORGIA Magazine, Clubhouse Magazine (Focus on the Family), The Upper Room, The Christian Pulse, Light From the Word, and Georgia Backroads. In 2004 she won the Best Drama award at the Florida Christian Writers Conference for Flower Power. She was a recipient of a Cec Murphy scholarship to the 2011 Florida Christian Writers Conference.
Finding Purpose in the Pain: Devotions for Victims of Parental Alienation is a book of 31 encouraging devotions. The only collection of its kind, it was written to help ease the pain of Targeted Parents and provide encouragement through the devastating ordeal they face.
Alex is a young boy who learns there is no particular way to say prayers. As he goes throughout his day, Mama reminds him to ask God to watch over him. Alex's prayers rhyme, but Paw Paw's do not. This boy learns that God listens no matter how or when we pray.
All About Me: A Precious Gift From God is a book that describes how we were fearfully and wonderfully made by God. Blank spaces allow the book to be personalized as it is read. Children will enjoy interacting with parents, grandparents or guardians as they discuss choices to fill in the blanks. Scripture references reinforce God's word about how and why He made us a certain way.