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But it does happen.
As fellow pilgrims on the road to healing, Cecil and Gary know your thoughts, issues, concerns, and pain. They'll walk beside you and point out 40 self-affirming trust that will carry you through the process of real healing.
While others may love and care for you, the authors can empathize with you, encourage you, explain your pain, relate to you, and guide you toward the healing you need and so desperately crave. They know about the struggle to rely on God, living behind a mask, dealing with flashbacks, or wrestling with the need for forgiveness. Like you, they're not quite totally healed, but they know what still lies ahead-and they're willing and anxious to offer you their map.
It's likely that you've not met friends like these yet. Now is the time.
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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So how are survivors to overcome the challenges they are sure to face? Finding strength in community with other survivors is one key to recovery. In "Not Quite Healed," two survivors join forces to share insight and encouragement on the issues that challenge them most. After a candid discussion about each issue, the authors provide a self-affirming statement that men can study, memorize, and recite on their darkest days-statements such as:
-Forgiveness is a difficult task for me, but it's a simple thing for God.
-Accountability is the first step to livability.
-God wants to heal my pain to bring healing to others.
Whether men are struggling with relying on God, living behind a mask, dealing with flashbacks and recurring dreams, or learning to forgive, Cecil Murphey and Gary Roe offer hope and comfort for the ongoing journey of recovery from sexual abuse.
Gary Roe has been in full-time ministry for more than thirty years, serving as a college minister, a missionary in Japan, and a pastor in Texas and Washington. He currently works as a chaplain and interim pastor in central Texas. He writes a weekly newspaper column and is coauthor (also with Cecil Murphey) of Saying Goodbye: Facing the Loss of a Loved One. He has three adopted daughters from Colombia who are also abuse survivors.