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A Memoir: Healing Childhood Emotional Wounds: An Adult's Journey to God's Love Paperback – February 10, 2015
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From the Author
Never has a memoir been written that allows the reader to experience the emotional wounds of a child and then journey through his life to adulthood. There are textbooks out there that will tell you what your condition is and then try to show you how you can fix it.
This memoir keeps your attentionwanting to read more. A quick read that is hard to put down. The author'sjourney to God's love in this memoir tries to show the reader through hisstruggles that the reader is not alone. That by letting the reader into hislife, you will see a way to begin your own journey to healing.
However, this is a book about inner healing. What you believe to be true, is true to you, even if it is a lie. Not all religious persuasions will want to read this book based on their belief background. However the current version second edition has been revised to meet the strictest Christian guidelines
From the Inside Flap
Bruce's story will draw you in to his journey, help you to understand your own, and find healing on the way.
Reverend Russ Parker,
Healing Wounded Churches
By the genius of memoir format, Bruce vividly shows the result of Orphan thinking through the transparency of his personal life experiences. As you follow Bruce through the various stages of his life, you will see the painful reality of "whatever we believe to be true is true to us, even if it is a lie."
However, unlike many of the books I have read about this subject, Bruce does not leave you with a definition and some examples. He shows you the only true answer to this massive problem. Bruce shares how his personal revelation of the Father's love has brought him out of the depths of Orphan Thinking - having an Orphan Heart - and is progressively pointing him into the depths of Sonship - living life as a son who knows experientially that he is deeply loved by the Father.
Pastor, Lake Marion Christian Fellowship -
teacher and team member for Shiloh Place
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Top Customer Reviews
In the year 2015, it is time for Christians across all denominations to make an accounting for the lives they have lived and to understand why we do what we do. This beautiful manuscript shares the love that the author has for his family both here and in the eternal kingdom. It is well balanced with the power of God and yet reminds us that we live in a seriously broken world.
The author attributes his recovery and anointed ministry to the love of our perfect God. Finally, this book offers a refreshing reality that inner healing and empowerment take place over time. One of the finest characteristics of this work is a level of honesty that many in the ministry rarely achieve.
from generational emotional wounds by parents from away back and or in a present generation by relatives. I would recommend this ebook especially for say those in their teens years and up who needs and are craving for help in dealing with their emotional wounds! I received this ebook for free and after reading it thoroughly I am now given it an honest review. Great work Bruce and Ellen! By Angela L.