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Walking Healed

Author : Shelley Wilburn
ISBN : 0986431109
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"Sometimes... we have to get to a certain point in our lives where we are actually ready for God to use us. And God has to get us to that certain point in our lives when the clay is ready for the Master's hands. I was at that point the night God healed me." Shelley Wilburn, excerpt from Walking Healed Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you weren't suffering depression, intimidation, or even verbal or mental abuse? Depression is a very real issue for many people. It causes health issues, affects relationships, marriages, your weight, and even your walk with the Lord. Many people don't understand that even Christians suffer depression. Shelley Wilburn knows and understands a life lived in the "black hole" of depression and intimidation. She suffered it for over forty years. She also knows what it's like when God heals you from it all, sending you on a wonderful journey of walking healed. In Walking Healed, Shelley uses personal stories and biblical truths to encourage others and experience the hope that she walks in every day. She uses her story of healing to help others know that even depression is curable and that "nothing is impossible with God."

Healing Takes Time

Author : David P. Gallagher
ISBN : 9780814638835
Genre : Religion
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Loss can occur in many forms, such as the death of a loved one, divorce, or termination of a job. Healing Takes Time is filled with 52 meditations and reflections to help people experiencing loss start a journey of healing. This biblical resource draws on experiences from Galagher's life, and includes a theme, relevant Scripture passages, personal illustrations, and practical steps to take toward healing in each meditation. Just as a physical injury takes time to mend, emotional and spiritual anguish require time, patience, and faith to heal. Perspective is often lost during painful times, and the Scripture passages in this book are a fresh reminder of God's love and faithfulness. Most people have heard about the stages of grief, but knowing the stages academically is quite different from knowing them in the heart. Healing Takes Time helps those suffering loss, loneliness, and sorrow prayerfully walk through the stages of grief step-by-step. Healing Takes Time is ideal for support groups or people working at their own pace. This short, practical, and focused book is a helpful companion for anyone experiencing emotional or spiritual distress. Dr. Dave Gallagher is Pastor Emeritus at Palm West Community Church, Sun City West, AZ and Adjunct Professor at Moody Distance Learning and the University of Sioux Falls. He is also the author of Senior Adult Ministry in the 21st Century and Aging Successfully. He has written over 50 articles, including works for children and adult ministry.

Cradle My Heart

Author : Kim Ketola
ISBN : 9780825439285
Genre : Religion
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Abortion continues to be a hot topic in politics, women’s rights, and medical practice. But for the eight to ten million American Christian women who have had one, abortion is a spiritual issue as well, raising questions of life and death, heaven and hell, grief and loss. Writing from her own experience, Kim Ketola sheds light on one of the darkest and most neglected personal issues of our time: the widespread need for healing and spiritual recovery after abortion. “After abortion brought the worst trouble into my life I had ever known,” writes Ketola, “I just couldn’t see my way free to believe in God’s love.” With a compassionate heart, Ketola offers ten true stories of healing promise from the Bible to help women answer the most common spiritual torments they face: Is abortion a sin? Does God hate me? Where can I turn in my shame and distress? How could I ever tell anyone the truth? And more. Inspired by Romans 6:4--“just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life"--this is a definitive resource to help women see themselves and God anew and--finally--to find spiritual healing.

The Color Of Grace

Author : Bethany Haley Williams
ISBN : 9781476773834
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A middle-class woman in rural America and war-affected children in Africa find common ground in their journeys from brokenness to redemption. Author and psychologist Bethany Haley Williams shares how her own emotional healing led her into treacherous war zones, where she provides care to former child soldiers and young girls used as sex slaves. Faced with her own battle with shame and a rocky journey toward healing, Bethany founded Exile International, a nonprofit that implements art/expressive therapy and long-term, rehabilitative care to restore and empower war-affected children—including children rescued from Joseph Kony’s LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army). One of those rescued young men, Solomon, was abducted at the age of ten after being forced to watch LRA soldiers maim and murder his father and grandfather. His younger siblings were left behind, and his mother was instructed to “raise them well…for one day we’ll return to take them too.” Solomon is one of hundreds of thousands of boys and girls who have had their innocence stolen and are forced to do the unthinkable on a daily basis. But their horrific experiences are just the beginning. The real story is what happens after. Once these children learn to face their pasts, they are given hope for a future and a vision for changing the fabric of their countries by becoming leaders for peace and advocates of the power of forgiveness.

Healing Your Marriage When Trust Is Broken

Author : Cindy Beall
ISBN : 0736943161
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A few days after an ordinary Valentine’s Day, Cindy Beall’s life changed forever. She listened with disbelief to her husband, Chris, a respected pastor, confess to pornography addiction, numerous affairs, and the startling news that a woman was pregnant with his child. With raw honesty and intimate knowledge of pain and of God’s power to resurrect something new out of the debris of betrayal, Cindy reveals how to: seek guidance, counseling, and prayer support when deceptions surface help the family heal from the grief and humiliation rebuild trust after porn, sex, and other addictions undermine a relationship protect a marriage from lies and unfaithfulness rely on God to pursue forgiveness and move forward in new promises Cindy’s compassion, grasp of God’s Word, and the Bealls’ remarkable story will help wives and husbands trust God with their broken hearts and follow His leading, hope, and redemption. Foreword by Craig Groeschel, bestselling author and senior pastor of LifeChurch.tv.

Journeys To Mother Love

Author : Catherine Lawton
ISBN : 0981892957
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Nine women, who represent four generations and many parts of the country, tell their personal stories with vivid and heart-wrenching honesty. Hurts and conflicts in their relationships with their mothers left them wounded and affected their own mothering. Each woman tells how, with God's help, she experienced healing of the inner wounds and found the freedom to truly love. Despite challenges caused by inadequate mothering, favoritism, mental illness and disease, neglect, generational sins, and disappointments, these personal memoirs offer hope. There is inspiration here for any woman who has experienced broken places in her relationships with mother or child. Begin a healing journey today as you read: Take Care of Your Mother by Verna Simms Walking My Mother Home by Ardis A. Nelson Run, Run, as Fast as You Can by A.R. Cecil White Knuckles by Loritta Slayton Beauty from Barrenness by Kyleen Stevenson-Braxton Finding the Blessings in my Mother's Alzheimer's Disease by Kerry Luksic She Did Her Best by Treva Brown When I Feel Forsaken by Catherine Lawton Finishing Well by Ellen Cardwell Along with reading these beautiful memoirs and testimonies, readers will have the opportunity to interact with the authors, find further inspiration and insights, and even share their own stories, at the blog www.JourneysToMotherLove.com.

Healing Grace For Hurting People

Author : H. Norman Wright
ISBN : 0830743987
Genre : Religion
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Many Christians live in the misery of bitterness, unforgiveness and trauma caused by spouses, parents, grandparents or others who have sinned against them. Although the pain can seem unending, there is hope for those who seek healing grace to cover the sins of those who wronged them. Dr. H. Norman Wright and marriage and family therapist Larry Renetzky give readers specific practical steps to release God’s grace to forgive and to lay the foundation for building bridges of reconciliation. Some who read Healing Grace for Hurting People will relate to the stories of those needing healing grace, such as overachieving Mark who could not give his family love and intimacy, which he never received while growing up. Find out what happened to Mark and his family when Mark learned about the secret of the universe. God’s grace saves us and sustains us. And He expects us to pass it on in our relationships. Learn how God’s reconciling grace and power can resolve conflicts, revitalize marriages heading for divorce and restore broken relationships in families, extended families and other relationships.

Healing A Broken Marriage

Author : Deborah Ross
ISBN : 9781616389086
Genre : Religion
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Through her own personal struggles author Deborah Ross shares with readers a message of hope and emotionally identifies with the suffering of a broken marriage. This biblical teaching challenges the hurting to believe God against all odds and seeing salvation of the Lord come to pass in their spouse. The underlying message Ross emphasizes is 1 Corinthians 13 and the promise that God never fails to offer His love.

Walking Home

Author : Sonia Choquette, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781401946883
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Life was falling apart. Within the space of three years, New York Times best-selling author and six-sensory spiritual teacher Sonia Choquette had suffered the unexpected death of two close family members, seen her marriage implode, and been let down by trusted colleagues. And sympathy was not forthcoming. "You’re a world-renowned intuitive guide and teacher," people jeered. "How could you not have seen this coming?" Having intuitive abilities didn’t make her superhuman, however. Nor did it exempt her from being wounded or suffering the pain of loss and the consequences of our all-too-human traits such as anger, resentment, and pride—traits that can lead even the best of us to stray from our path. In order to regain her spiritual footing, Sonia turned to the age-old practice of pilgrimage and set out to walk the legendary Camino de Santiago, an 800-kilometer (500-mile) trek over the Pyrenees and across northern Spain. Day after day she pushed through hunger, exhaustion, and pain to reach her destination. Eventually, mortification of the flesh gave way to spiritual renewal, and she rediscovered the gifts of humility and forgiveness that she needed to repair her world. In this riveting book, Sonia shares the intimate details of her grueling experience, as well as the unexpected moments of grace, humor, beauty, and companionship that supported her through her darkest hours. While her journey is unique, the lessons she learned—about honoring your relationships with others as well as with your own higher self, and forgiving all else—are universal.

Where Hope Begins

Author : Catherine West
ISBN : 9780785217442
Genre : Fiction
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Sometimes we’re allowed to glimpse the beauty within the brokenness . . . Savannah Barrington has always found solace at her parents’ lake house in the Berkshires, and it’s the place that she runs to when her husband of over twenty years leaves her. Though her world is shaken, and the future uncertain, she finds hope through an old woman’s wisdom, a little girl’s laughter, and a man who’s willing to risk his own heart to prove to Savannah that she is worthy of love. But soon Savannah is given a challenge she can’t run away from: Forgiving the unforgivable. Amidst the ancient gardens and musty bookstores of the small town she’s sought refuge in, she must reconcile with the grief that haunts her, the God pursuing her, and the wounds of the past that might be healed after all. Where Hope Begins is the story of grace in the midst of brokenness, pointing us to the miracles that await when we look beyond our own expectations.

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