Hello Sweet Baby
A Story of Passion and Intrigue
When Sindie, a teenage schoolgirl, starts dating the handsome and suave Ben, her life seems perfect. However, Sindie’s world is turned upside-down when she realizes she is pregnant.
Hello Sweet Baby is a story of passion, intrigue, and turmoil that addresses the realities of teenage pregnancy from a gospel-filled perspective.
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When Sindie, a teenage schoolgirl, meets the handsome and suave Ben, nothing could be better. When they begin dating, her life seems perfect. However, Sindie’s world is turned upside-down when she realizes she is pregnant.
In Hello Sweet Baby, walk alongside Sindie as she deals with the reality of an unexpected pregnancy. Will her family still accept her? Should she abort the baby? Will Ben take on the responsibilities of fatherhood? How will Sindie ever escape her confusion and shame?
Authors Bruce and Carol Britten have crafted a compelling story of passion, intrigue, and turmoil. They do not shy away from the realities of teenage pregnancy, but directly address the difficult decisions that pregnant girls face from a gospel-filled perspective.
Hello Sweet Baby is essential reading for teenage girls and their parents alike.
Soon after their marriage, Bruce and Carol quit their jobs in the USA and moved to Africa. In Swaziland they spent 17 years teaching chemistry and Bible. Both their children attended Swazi schools and spoke siSwati. Now their daughter is married to a pastor, and their son and his wife also love serving Christ.
Bruce and Carol are best known for their practical marriage counseling that has helped countless couples. Together they have authored numerous books focusing on African issues.
I absolutely recommend this book to all teenagers and young adults, boys and girls, especially girls. Secondly, every parent should have a copy of this book. I gave a copy of Hello Sweet Baby to my 16-year-old niece. She cherished the story and lessons so much that she gave it to her friends to read. Every counsellor should have a copy and learn to emulate Ruth. —Helen A., Nigeria