Abuse: Finding Hope in Christ
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Abuse: Finding Hope in Christ   -     By: John Henderson

Abuse: Finding Hope in Christ

P & R Publishing / 2012 / Paperback

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What does the gospel have to say to us when we are victims of evil? How do we love and help men and women who have suffered under various forms of abuse? This booklet looks at one couple, one counseling session, and one Psalm, asking the Lord to help us behold the depth of his wisdom and love that we may live triumphantly in the wake of abuse.

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Title: Abuse: Finding Hope in Christ
By: John Henderson
Format: Paperback
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
Weight: 2 ounces
ISBN: 1596384174
ISBN-13: 9781596384170
Stock No: WW384170
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A compassionate treatment of the problem of sexual abuse, using the example of one couple seeking counseling. See how the beauty and light of the gospel brings hope and comfort in our darkest circumstances.

Author Bio

John Henderson (MA, PhD, University of North Texas) is associate pastor of Del Ray Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, and a board member of the Association of Biblical Counselors and the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is the author of Equipped to Counsel.

Editorial Reviews

“The Gospel isn’t just an ethereal idea. It’s not a philosophy and it’s not static. It moves and shapes and transforms the lives of those who by God’s grace alone put their faith in Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. I am grateful for ABC’s work of letting the Gospel bear it’s weight on these real life sorrows and pains.” -- Matt Chandler, Lead Teaching Pastor, The Village Church, Flower Mound, Texas

“Can the Bible really make a difference? John Henderson thinks it can. With the heart of a pastor, John recounts a couple’s remarkable turn away from the painful consequences of past abuse and their own marital selfishness. As he walks Claude and Patricia through the riches of Psalm 22, you see their hearts turn back to glories of their Savior. My hope in power of God’s Word was reaffirmed through this amazing story.” “With the heart of a pastor, John Henderson helps us to see how Scripture really does make a difference in life’s most difficult hurts, pains and sorrows. As John tells the story of couple facing the painful consequences of past abuse, we see him weave the words of Psalm 22 into their life story. Much more than a remarkable story, this booklet shows how we have a remarkable Savior.” “Whenever you minister to a couple who is struggling with past abuse, give them a copy of The Glory of Christ in the Wake of Abuse.” “Powerful. Christ-centered. Hopeful. All this, plus much more, you’ll find in this short booklet. See the riches of Psalm 22 as it is carefully and skillfully applied to life of a couple struggling with the consequences of past abuse.” -- Deepak Reju, Associate Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington D.C.

An invaluable resource that reflects the profound realities of the gospel in caring for those impacted by abuse. This booklet captures the essence of how God redeems us in the midst of our suffering. A must read for everyone in the church. -- Robert K. Cheong, Pastor of Care and Counseling, Sojourn Community Church, Louisville, Kentucky

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