Love You More is Grant's first book, a memoir that explores what it means to be a family as well as the ethics and complexities of international adoption. The book includes discussion questions, tips for prospective adoptive parents and other resources.
When Did Everybody Else Get So Old? plumbs the physical, spiritual, and emotional changes unique to the middle years: from the emptying nest to the effects of aging. Grant acknowledges the complexities and losses inherent in midlife and also illuminates the confidence and grace that this season of life can bring.
A smart, accessible, and inspiring book for moms who don’t have much time, but long to connect deeply with their deeper selves and others. Designed to be a daily moment of peace and reflection, Wholehearted Living addresses the authentic concerns, fears, and joys that women experience as they strive against the imperfect “have it all” mentality.
An engaging and hilarious collection of essays that encourages readers to tackle those strange, awkward, worrying, yet endlessly compelling passages of the Bible. Disquiet Time was written by and for Bible-loving Christians, agnostics, skeptics, none-of-the-aboves, and people who aren't afraid to dig deep spiritually, ask hard questions, and have some fun along the way.
Instead of focusing on creating a conflict-free home, raising picture-perfect kids, and being an ideal mother, Grant offers a wiser and more down-to-earth way to love your children that makes room for mistakes and imperfections and real joy.