New Xulon Book Gives Prominence To Non-Custodial Parents’ Struggle Facing Child Custody Battles, Judicial, Injustices, And Hopelessness Standing Through The Storm

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Brian Jones expresses that parents’ should NOT use their children as “BAIT” when conflict arises.

A Cry For Kamon - Helping Parents Who Are Disconnected From Their Children

A Cry For Kamon pinpoints the controversial topic of child custody battles

Brian Jones’s new book, A Cry For Kamon - Helping Parents Who Are Disconnected From Their Children, ($11.99, paperback, 9781619040571; $19.99, hardcover, 9781619040588; $5.99, e-book, 9781619960794) is a must-have guide for parents who are disconnected from their children as a result of conflict. This “how to” book points the readers to Christ Jesus who will enable them to stand through the storm. It demonstrates how to fight and mature through this spiritual battle in this natural world.

Brian Jones shares his emotional story as he treaded an 18-year journey to hear the cries of Kamon – facing injustice, treachery, and hopelessness. Brian felt outnumbered and was encouraged by fellow fathers, to quit trying to forge a relationship with his son. Suicidal thoughts even crossed his mind because he felt defeated and controlled. Miraculously, God sent angels along the way and Brian’s resilience was activated. Eighteen years later, Brian’s son Kamon came home. It was a long awaited and a much-deserved victory.

“A Cry For Kamon pinpoints the controversial topic of child custody battles,” states the author. “This social epidemic affects all cultures and crosses over all social economic backgrounds from wealthy celebrities to the poor. My book gives a better understanding of how hard of a struggle it is for a non-custodial parent to go up against the justice system and fight for their rights as a parent. I often felt like a ‘puppet’ in her game where she held all the strings.”

Brian Jones, first and foremost is a father and mentor for children. He has battled in and out of the courtroom for 18 years to connect to his only son. Jones dealt with being denied phone conversations, visits, holidays, birthdays, quality father-son time, and was forced to miss out on many milestones in his son’s life. He was able to face those trials head-on, and strives to help other non-custodial parents struggling to maintain a relation with their child(ren). He hopes to inspire the custodial parents to know that a child needs both parents. Brian Jones is not only courageous but also an extraordinary example of resilience. His book will be a great value to those caught in the custody battle.

For more information about this book, please visit: http://www.xulonpress.com/bookstore/bookdetail.php?HC_ISBN=9781619040588

To view a video trailer about this book please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-NuPCpR7x8

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order A Cry For Kamon - Helping Parents Who Are Disconnected From Their Children through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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