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Healing Out Loud captures many of the insecurities the modern woman faces in her walk with Christ. Written in conversational prose, authors Sandi Brown and Michelle Caulk combined voices to create an accessible path for readers to face their vulnerabilities with biblical insight. In these pages you’ll find:
|Title: Healing Out Loud: How to Embrace God's Love When You Don't Like Yourself|
By: Sandi Brown, Michelle Caulk PhD, LPC
Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2022
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.65 (inches)|
Weight: 15 ounces
Stock No: WW297334
SANDI BROWN is the founder and President of Gateway Creative Broadcasting in St. Louis. She leads two radio stations, 99.1 JOY FM and BOOST Radio, with a combined weekly reach of over 500,000. Sandis devotional collection, Choose Joy, was published in 2020. Sandi currently serves as chairperson for Christian Music Broadcasters. Previously, she worked as a writer and producer for Focus on the Family.
MICHELLE CAULK is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Commissioned Pastoral Counselor and an adjunct professor for John Brown University and Missouri Baptist University.â·¯She has an established history of writing and speaking on topics such as mental health in the church and counseling the bereaved.â·¯She partners with churches to create relational homes in which those with mental illness may find community, advocacy, and understanding.â·¯She is currently a doctoral candidate within the Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) program with Regent University.
In this unique look at a one-year journey through counseling told from both sides of the couch, Sandi Brown—the founder of St. Louis’s largest Christian radio ministry, JOY FM—and her counselor, Dr. Michelle Caulk, walk through Sandi’s therapy journey, answering the question, “What do I do when I know God loves me, but I don’t like myself?”
Shame, embarrassment, negativity. The struggle to love ourselves as the joyfully-made women we are has never been more difficult. When Sandi began her journey towards healing and freedom, she thought she was alone in her struggles. By working with Michelle, the two found that scores of women experience a disconnect between how they see themselves and God’s image.
At the intersection of faith and humanness, Healing Out Loud provides a guiding hand to overcome the negative thoughts that keep you from living fully in God’s light.
Author: Michelle Caulk
Submitted: March 07, 2022
Tell us a little about yourself. Sandi: My alarm goes off at 4am so that I can help "wake up" St. Louis. I'm on the Morning Show at 99.1 JOY FM (STL). I was the "girl next door" when I met my husband and best friend. We've been married 34 years, have 3 kids and 2 redheaded grandsons. I love to laugh, have meaningful conversations, and fly kites.
Michelle: As a mental health counselor, I have the honor of walking alongside my clients as they heal from tough experiences, and find hope in what God has for them. My husband and I are high school sweethearts and have joyfully adopted a bunch of dogs and cats over the years. If you give me a book or offer to go motorcycling with me, you're automatically my friend.
What was your motivation behind this project? Sandi: To help people (like myself) who struggle with negative self-talk and self-doubt. The hope and freedom that I found through my counseling journey with Michelle have changed every relationship in my life. The book is not only a telling of my healing journey, but an invitation and road map to your own healing. Michelle: As a counselor, I saw the impact of my clients' hard work and our therapeutic relationships every day. But I wondered if there could be more to the story, to get it out of one therapy room and into the hands of many more.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? Sandi: A greater sense of peace in their minds and hearts. Clarity around the root of their self-doubt and emotional struggles. And renewed hope. Michelle: For readers to realize that there's more to their story than the messages that they've been telling themselves. For the ability to uproot some of those unhelpful, ugly weeds and begin to plant new flowers of hope and healing.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Sandi: Because of past pain and hurts, you may feel broken. Permanently damaged. But the truth is, you aren't broken beyond repair. You are, however, wounded. Healing Out Loud helps you navigate the hurt, find healing for your wounds and offers hope for the journey. Michelle: I would encourage you to take your time through this process. As they say, Rome wasn't built in a day, and healing can take time. That's why we titled the book "Healing" instead of "Healed", but the important part is that you're on the journey, walking towards hope.
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