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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2010
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Left at the Altar: My Story of Hope and Healing for Every Woman Who Has Felt the Heartbreak of RejectionKimberley KennedyThomas Nelson / 2009 / Trade Paperback$13.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews Video
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This popular book, with over 130,000 copies in print, explores the importance of healing wounded relationships in a variety of settings: family, extended family, friendships, and workplace. Forgive and Love Again provides readers with
- hope that their wounded hearts can be healed and they can love again
- motivation to make the decision to forgive
- an explanation of the essentials of true forgiveness
- guidance through the process of forgiveness
- answers to questions about confrontation and reconciliation
A warm and compassionate tone and life-changing insights combine to make this bestseller an invaluable guide for readers faced with the need to forgive and an excellent resource for pastors, counselors, and other emotional caregivers.
John W. Nieder is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. He and distinguished professor Howard G. Hendricks cofounded the syndicated radio program The Art of Family Living. John is a Bible teacher who has ministered through conferences, writing, and radio for more than 30 years. He and his wife, Teri, reside in Texas.
Thomas M. Thompson, MEd, ThM, DMin, is a graduate of Wheaton College and earned his advanced degrees from Boston State College, Trinity International University, and Dallas Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Marcia, reside in Colorado.
This work will be a help to many as they learn about forgiveness and seek to restore relationships.”
Mark L. Bailey, PhD, President, Dallas Theological Seminary
Forgive and Love Again is an excellent, in-depth book about forgiveness that every Christian could benefit by reading. The book shows that forgiveness really is possible in any circumstance, and there is hope to the person who has been so offended that they don’t think they could ever let go and forgive. I would recommend it to anyone who has been offended and to everyone who is struggling with the issue of forgiveness in their heart; and we all have and will struggle with unforgiveness at some time in our life.”
Joni Lamb, Christian broadcaster, co-founder, vice-president, and executive producer of the Daystar Television Network