Writers Who Care Newest Release:

Hell No I Don't Remember, I Have Alzheimer's!

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“Hell No I Don’t Remember, I Have Alzheimer’s!” were the very words spoken by one of our loved ones when asked if they remembered. Dementia and Alzheimer’s are inordinate diseases that steal away the thoughts, memories, and perspectives of those impacted. They are villains that corrode the filters of one’s mind leaving them open for more decay.

Four authors have collaborated to share their experiences about the reality of caring for loved ones who have Dementia/Alzheimer’s. If you are struggling with this disease as a caregiver, you will undoubtedly identify with many of the same experiences. It is our hope that our shared stories give you solace in knowing others are walking this journey with you. You are not alone. Perhaps you can find a respite in each chapter and take away valuable information.

Beth Withers Banning, Faith McCauley Austin, Terri Green, Kenney Oldham Hayes

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The Bark of A Tree

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Have you ever known someone who was an unforgettable person who changed the course of your life? Did you ever wonder if the calling of God is real? How about experiencing the presence of angels in a room before they usher a saint to heaven? Or a love story that had a very unusual beginning. What about some very interesting funeral stories? These are lighthearted and personal stories told about a man of God who had a lasting impact on the lives of thousands. No, not a Billy Graham or even a Joel Osteen kind of impact but an impact from a local church in a small town in Texas, squeezed between two major cities and led by a man who had multiple layers of talents and abilities. He was just like the protective covering of a bark on a tree that protects from storms, wind, rain, and gives life and shelter. This generation of pastors were tough, determined, full of grit, and obsessed with telling the world of God’s unfailing love. Dr. Earl K. Oldham wasn’t just a pastor, preacher, boss, author, educator, father, husband, and friend; he was an instrument of God used to change lives, bring hope to the hopeless, train others to share the gospel, and share God’s plan of eternal life. So no. If you’re looking for a book that is about a giant that everyone knows, this is not the read for you. But if you’re looking to see how God can use a man fully surrendered to him and you like a giggle here and there, well, this is well worth the read.

-Kenney Oldham Hayes

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When Mommies Cry, Losing A Baby

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Beth Withers Banning delves deep into her soul to express lessons she learned from her first-hand knowledge of grief and offers life lessons to assist in the grieving process for mothers everywhere. Ms. Withers Banning takes the reader through a personal narrative of her experience and shares on every level the emotions, reactions, associations, and results that came from losing her newborn son. The author has provided a resource to bring about healing for grieving mothers.

In 2011, there were almost 24,000 known infant deaths in the United States and the average number of abortions per year is 1.06 million. Even more alarming, an estimated one in 75 conceptions miscarry, many of which create physical repercussions for the mother. These disturbing statistics expose the very real need for mothers who have lost or aborted a child. Millions of women are mourning in silence leaving their broken hearts vulnerable during the most susceptible time of their lives.

When Mommies Cry is a valuable resource for grieving mothers. Joyce Landorf Heatherly, Owner/Author of Balcony Publishing, states, “Not too many of us that have gone through the loss of a loved one are able to articulate and record the devastation and at the same time reach and comfort the point of pain in another’s grief filled heart. But Beth Withers Banning does exactly that in When Mommies Cry. I know as she did it for me even though my son David died in 1964.” Ms. Withers Banning puts in print what some women who have gone through losing a child only think in their darkest hour.

Women, as a whole, all want the same things–true happiness and fulfillment. When those things are threatened, lost, or severed in our lives, the journey back can be overwhelming. The author provides a step-by-step climb back to healing for the grieving mother.

Beth Withers Banning

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When Faith Fails

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On January 24, 2018, Dr. Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40-175 years in federal prison for abusing more than 245 athletes that were under his care spanning 30 years. At his sentencing, Randall Margraves had the opportunity to speak as the father of two of the abuse victims. Riddled with anger and grief, Mr. Margraves did what every parent in the courtroom wanted to do–he lunged at Dr. Nassar after being denied by the judge five minutes alone with him. Statistics of sexual abuse continue to rise in the United States. Sadly, a deviant culture has invaded our shores and stolen the innocence of our children. Kathryn’s story is only one of the millions of mothers who have had to deal with the repercussions of the sexual abuse of their daughters, and I would like to thank Kathryn and Kara for their bravery in sharing their personal experiences. For parents, it is a never-ending heartache filled with guilt and regret. Hopefully, the journey that God has brought Kathryn and Kara through will assist or enlighten the millions of parents coping with the aftermath of sexual abuse in their families. May you be spared of such devastation, but if not, until parents speak out, the world will never change. When your faith fails, please know that believing again is possible.

Beth Withers Banning
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A Life Worth Remembering

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Very little is written about the raw beginnings of the women’s movement, and very few know that its genesis in Texas was driven to help the abused victims of alcohol. It was in that light that Beth Banning’s Aunt Billie came on the scene in 1896. She was known for paving the way for the future; and even though she was never really crowned with notoriety and fame, she made a huge impact in her world. Billie refused to be put in the traditional box where women were so often expected to live during those days. She was intelligent and forthright. She was afraid of nothing, yet fearful of everything. She was a proponent of women’s suffrage and was highly educated, giving her a life that was lonely and obscure. She was courted by prominent legal minds of the twentieth century, and her influence was profound. The love of her life was Stanley, and the heartbreak she carried to her death was his doing. Her life was a tiny speck on the timeline of this world, but a speck that made a difference in Austin politics and Texas womanhood. She was absolutely devoted to family and gave her life to care for her mother, Leah America Cook. What she forfeited for love of family will only be measured in eternity. For what price can be placed on love for family?

Beth Withers Banning
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When the Glass Slipper Breaks

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When the Glass Slipper Breaks is a poignant journey through the authors broken relationships. Beth Withers Banning offers insights into overcoming the hurt and pain of good, bad, and ugly relationships. Join her on her walk through Neverland to find her Prince Charming, and see what happens. You don’t want to miss out on this fairy tale.

Beth Withers Banning

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