It’s a sister, a companion if you will, to WE TOO. The book reflects my love of Scripture (you walk through a verse from every book of the Bible), and my confidence that God is in the process of healing our wounds. In saying that, I need you to know I do not ascribe to the name-it-claim-it stream of theology. Sometimes God doesn’t heal. We still walk needy and wounded on this earth, to be sure. But He does walk alongside us, and as we look back over our lives, we can see forward momentum.
I am farther along in my healing journey than I was ten years ago. I am more whole, less stressed, more joyful. But, guess what? I still startle. I still have triggers to the past. I battle with my worth. I still try to achieve to prove it. I still long to be noticed.
This book highlights the stops and starts of my own healing journey as it relates to Scripture and your particular situation. You do not need to have been sexually abused to gain insight over the next ninety days of your healing journey. This book is for anyone who hurts, who still carries pain from the past (and the past can be a week ago). And it would be a good gift for a friend or family member who is struggling to find wholeness.
The book, of course, is not a substitute for therapy, medication, or good community. But it is a tool to help you understand suffering and the heart of God.
How about a sample?
If you’re thrifty like me, you want to know what you’re getting into before you purchase something, so here’s an example of one of the days.
So if you’d like to enhance your healing journey, you can pick up a copy here.