Get your Kids to Do Their Chores! (Painlessly & Consistently) Click here for the free guide!

Get your Kids to Do Their Chores! (Painlessly & Consistently) Click here for the free guide!

With unusual honesty Trisha shares her story of raising a unique family. From adopted toddlers to troubled teens to supernatural encounters with our heavenly Father who understands it all, her life will encourage you wherever you are in your own journey! 

Susan Alexander Yates

bestselling author and speaker

Parenting with Faith, Hope and Resilience

This book is a memoir of a divine calling to transracial, special needs adoption and a big family.

Children should feel unconditionally valued and accepted regardless of birth circumstance, race, or ability—and Trisha Campbell and her family rose to this challenge. After a faith search inspired her to care for hungry orphans in a developing country, she and her husband responded to God’s calling and adopted five children to join their biological three.

Life in a big, transracial family can be difficult, especially when many in society don’t think White families should adopt kids of color. But when God is in the lead, every day is an adventure—never lonely, never boring.

Often, we imagine parenting will be a beautiful place where we start a wonderful adventure…

And it is.

But like most adventures, there are challenges.
You can do all the right things, with all the purest motives and still go through storms.
I get it… I’ve been there and done that.
Which brings me to here and now for you… As a willing guide that’s made the journey.
My greatest hope is to help quiet your parental storms, or quiet your soul as you go through them. I don’t know everything nor do I pretend to… but I can give perspective and insight for the wonderful journey ahead!

About the Author

Trisha K. Campbell is a mother, author, and advocate. After questioning her faith and volunteering in a third-world country, Trisha realized her true calling and God’s purpose for her life. After having three biological children, she and her husband added five more children to their family through foster care and transracial adoptions. Though a blended family with several special needs children didn’t come without challenges, God helped them through every difficulty as they responded in loving obedience to His clear calling.

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My publisher mentioned me in this post so I thought I’d share!#eightwasenoughMastering work-life balance on The Business Bookshelf, embracing wellness and self-love on Fertility and Freedom, and finding light in the end-of-life care on Dying of Laughter-here’s another weekly roundup of media wins achieved by our exceptional authors! Check out these highlights:Todd Nyholm shares the transformative Nytality Method for healing and emotional well-being on From Survivor to Thriver LLC. Ronald L Worley II's journey from homeless addict to successful entrepreneur and millionaire is explored on Learn or Be Learned.Jeff Finney addresses work-life balance challenges for hands-on business owners on The Business Bookshelf.Lizzy Cangro discusses conquering food anxiety and nurturing self-love on Fertility and Freedom.Zelmira Crespi and Maria Montt of Happy Mom Happy Kid provide strategies to break free from guilt and unrealistic expectations on Reaching Roots for Parents in WishSlate. Beth Cavenaugh Hospice delves into end-of-life care and coping with parental loss on Dying of Laughter. Len Herstein shares strategies to avoid complacency on Success Ascent. Trisha K Campbell explores discovering purpose in challenging circumstances on A God Shift.Babs Faseesin of Cracking The Life Code offers insights on cultivating a success-oriented mindset on Chasing the Insights.SA Bradley of Hellbent for Horror discusses the film "Jaws" and the balance between tourism and public safety on Greatest Movie of All-Time as a special guest.Access the entire blog post at this link👉🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Trisha K Campbell
Yes! It can be done…keep them off as long as you can. And her approach has kept her free of teenage resentment as well. Well done mom!Jennifer Garner's three children are going to have to break out the charts, graphs and PowerPoint presentations if they want her approval to be on social media. The star spoke with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb on TODAY about how she has kept her children off social media without her teenagers resenting her. "I just said to my kids, ‘Show me the articles that prove that social media is good for teenagers, and then we’ll have the conversation,'" Garner said. "Find scientific evidence that matches what I have that says that it’s not good for teenagers, then we’ll chat." Garner, 50, shares daughters Violet, 17, and Seraphina, 13, and son Samuel, 11, with ex-husband Ben Affleck.Numerous studies have found links between negative mental health effects in teens and an increase in social media use, including depression, anxiety and low self-esteem.Garner said her daughter Violet has appreciated being away from social media. Seraphina and Samuel, meanwhile, are entering the prime age of when many kids start asking parents if they can create their own accounts. "My eldest is grateful," Garner said. "It’s a long haul. I have a couple more to go, so just knock on wood. We’ll see if I really hang in there."Yes, Jennifer! You've got this! Parents,✅Delay smartphones until at least 8th grade with the Wait Until 8th pledge. Need to get in touch before, check out some basic phones on our website. ✅Delay social media until at least 16+! ✅ Talk to your kids about why you have concerns about social media. ✅ When you do permit social media, start slowly! Set time restrictions. Monitor their social media. Check in. Talk.✅ Keep phones out of the bedroom especially at night. No excuses! You've got this parents! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Trisha K Campbell
I love this…written by a father of 6, with 2 sets of twins. ❤️I remember back when we first told people that my wife was pregnant with twins—there were plenty of handshakes, hugs, and congratulations, but I also heard this line quite a bit: “Oh man, your life is over!” A common refrain, and one which all parents have heard expressed, in some variation or another, many times. Of course, it’s usually said with a smile and a laugh, but it reveals something true: Your life *is* over when you have kids.That thing that I called MY life. That portion of existence — that long, lonely chapter — when I lived for me, and me alone. That delusion known as my life, where I exerted, or thought I exerted, ownership over my whole self. Where I separated my life from all other lives, and lived to satisfy my whims and desires. That’s all over. I’m not living for me anymore. I never should have lived just for me, but now I can’t. Either I become less selfish, or I fail in my duty as a parent. There is no middle ground.Parenting requires you to live for something greater than yourself. In fact, it requires you to redefine and repurpose your concept of self. Surely, that doesn’t mean that I have no identity, or that I shouldn’t take time to unwind, or that I shouldn’t be sure to step away from the kids sometimes and take my wife out on a date. So I get it. My kids aren’t my life. But I’m not my life, either. I was at one time, or I thought I was, but not anymore. And their lives are eternally tied to mine, and mine to theirs, and every decision that I make will have an impact on them, for better or for worse. This is a responsibility that I must always keep in mind, all of the time, no matter what. It’s not my life. It’s hers, it’s theirs, it’s ours. Ultimately, it’s His, and He has given it to them. So my life — MY life — is over. This is true. This is beautiful. This is why parenting is a high calling. ... See MoreSee Less
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 Listen to Trisha on these most recent media interviews:

Shanta from Authentic Talks podcast (2/1/22)

Stephan Schneider from Discovered Wordsmiths podcast (2/3/22)

Mike Fodor from the Understanding the Times Radio Show (2/16/22)

Amber Sandberg from the Mom Inspired Show podcast (3/2/22)

Lindsey Christian from HeartBlend podcast (3/5/22)

Sue Corl from the His Heartbeat podcast (3/8/22)

Stan Lewis from the Fearless Parenting podcast (6/7/22)

Yvette Walker from the Positively Joy podcast (3/18/22)

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