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Escaping the Pain of Offense: Empowered to Forgive from the Heart: Escaping the Pain of Offense: Empowered to Forgive from the Heart Paperback – May 8, 2013
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Ed and his wife Stephanie, married since 1980, are parents of four adult children. They are Innkeepers at Blue Rock Bed and Breakfast near Lancaster, PA hosting many who come for vacation, respite, and ministry. See more at http://bluerockbnb.com bluerockbnb.com. For ministry info see healing.bluerockbnb.com . Dr. Hersh earned a Doctor of Religious Studies in Conflict Management at Trinity Theological Seminary and earned an MA in Human Service Counseling from Regent University. Pastor Ed has completed advanced level training in techniques for healing of the inner person. As an ordained minister he provides chaplain services and pastoral counseling to individuals and families. His writing, teaching, and training ministry have taken him around the world. He maintains membership in AACC, CAPS, HarvestNet Inc., and other professional and ministry organizations. Lancaster County, PA has many attractions to make a wonderful family vacation. We would welcome your stay at the Blue Rock BnB. We also host small retreats and in addition to the hospitality and prayer counseling we offer training to help leaders and lay counseling teams sharpen their skills in prayer counseling and healing ministry. The book includes a study guide to assist group study of the topic of dealing with offense and forgiveness. Contact Dr. Hersh for help in facilitating healing and spiritual growth in your church or ministry.
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I especially recommend this book for anyone who struggles with resentment and bitterness.
Ed has done a wonderful job describing the steps necessary for true forgiveness. He provides a huge list of references between chapters. I highly recommend this book for anyone, not only those with a particular person or situation posing a personal struggle.