Book Review: The Walking Wounded: The Path from Brokenness to Wholeness

God bless the author of this book

Learning To Be Full Of Grace And Truth.

One of the things I have come across more often than I would like in my pastoral ministry is abuse. Verbal abuse and bullying (of both youth and adults) has been the most common, but I have had people come to me who have dealt with more serious abuse: sexual, physical, and psychological. It is a sad fact that domestic abuse is no less common within the church as it is without. This is a very difficult and complicated issue to deal with on a pastoral basis. Abusers are often good at hiding under a guise of morality and victims are too often afraid to come forward for help. Add to that, that there is next to no training about this in seminary and good tools and resources are hard to find.

I am therefore very glad to be able to highly recommend The Walking Wounded: The Path from Brokenness…

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Author: James George

Hello, I am James George, a passionate teacher of God's Word; that writer who believes in the balanced communication of God's word in simplicity and clarity as the tool for making destinies and shaping lives.

2 thoughts on “Book Review: The Walking Wounded: The Path from Brokenness to Wholeness”

  1. Thank you so much James for the reblog and for the blessings. I appreciate your support and pray for God to use The Walking Wounded to touch many lives as He guided me in the writing. You are a blessing to me. Thanks again and many blessings to you!!

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