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- Lies we believe
- Secrets we keep
- Masks we wear
- Burdens we carry
As you and Shadia walk through your stories together, you will find the courage to face your past, and embrace a future of hope, healing, and victory. For every woman who has made this difficult choice, there is a story deep in her heart that wants to be told. Worthy of Love will help you find it. Recommended by Pastor Chip Ingram and his wife Theresa Ingram. Foreword by Brian Fisher, President of Online for Life.
Number of Pages: 186
Vendor: Beautiful Voice Ministries
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9.61 X 6.69 (inches)|
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Mentor, Speaker and Wife of Pastor and Author Chip Ingram
Engaging, intensely honest, vividly and poetically expressed, Shadia's story is sure to connect with the heart of its readers and draw them into their own journey of healing. Worthy of Love strikes an excellent balance of personal story-telling and solid biblical truth. Any woman seeking healing, freedom, and peace in the aftermath of an abortion will benefit greatly from this study.
S. Michael Houdmann, President and Founder
Got Questions Ministries
This book will minister to women and encourage them to not give in to despair as Shadia shows how the truth sets us free. One of the best post-abortion personal stories I've read and I've read a lot of them.
President of Anglicans for Life and Co-Founder of Silent No More
I was given an insider's peek into the healing journey of a deeply wounded heart transformed by the Master's touch. This book will breathe fresh hope and courage into every woman longing for a miracle of the heart.
Phyllis Bennett, PhD
Director Women's Center for Ministry, Western Seminary
From a desperate teenage choice, through shadowed valleys of shame and denial, Shadia's story packs more emotional energy than a dramatic novel and more wisdom than the world could hope to offer. This book should be read by anyone (including men) claiming to be pro-life as Shadia's story will inspire compassion and grace toward women deceived into making that fateful choice. For every woman who has carried a child and made the choice to abort, it is my prayer that they will discover the forgiveness and healing God desires to give.
Pastor David Nederhood, Director of Ministry Relations
KFAX Christian Radio, Salem San Francisco
Shadia bares her soul in this poignant yet uplifting story of incredible healing. You'll be moved to tears and to action by this important work. If more women would share their story, as Shadia has, then fewer women might walk the painful path. Shadia has captured, in a remarkable fashion, the beauty of redemption.
Award-winning Author and Speaker
What a beautiful work God is doing! This book is so Biblical and the processes you take each person through are so simple but profoundly effective. These steps mirror those our Heavenly Father took me through many years ago after sexual abuse (hidden 23 years!), three failed marriages, and a host of self imposed prison bars. Your work is a testimony to our Father's great love for us!
Becky Wood, CEO
ABC Women's Clinic of Dublin, GA
Shadia's story of her own painful experience is so powerful and the Biblical teaching is so healing. Like the title suggests, yes! you are 'worthy of love' and there is a healing at the end of the journey. I highly recommend it.
Matthew Lea, PhD
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Professor, Pastor