“I opened it , thinking I was going to read a chapter or two. I could’nt put it down. I read the whole thing. It is absolutely amazing! I cannot wait to share it with everyone I know.”
“I read many books some of them about kids that had RAD and the stories were scary and they broke your heart … reading the introduction really made me think … how God has put your children in your life. I don’t know what it is but as I’m writing this I’m crying. The book is beautiful Kate and I really believe that God is speaking through you. It has truly touched my heart.”
“The strong words and imagery will hit home to all those who have opened their doors and hearts to RAD children and found the experience to be like ‘chewing broken glass.’ This little book is a tool that can lead to the healing you crave in many areas of life even if you have never heard of or experienced RAD. It is real and authentic and I found myself in every page. We all have battles, sometimes of epic proportions. You’re probably in one now and the really, really good news is the means to win yours is closer than you think.”
A native of Long Island, New York, Kate Silvas is a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where she earned her BA in Communications and a MS in Urban Administration.
Originally an aspiring journalist, Kate has spent the last two decades serving in a number of different roles in economic development and public administration in South Texas. An accomplished writer and speaker, Kate has served as a Christian missionary to Russia and Belarus, working with orphans in summer camps.
An adoptee herself, Kate and her husband, Emilio, adopted three foster children in 2009. They live in Converse, Texas.