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A Wounded Christian in a Modern Church by Bishop Lamont J. Sessoms

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Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

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Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11856547M
ISBN 101424189802
ISBN 109781424189809

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WOUNDED IN THE CHURCH by Ray Beeson & Chris Hayward. This book is an eyeopener. It makes one stop and think no matter if you are the one that has been wounded or you are the person causing it. This is a book that should be read by all who claim to be a Christian and those who are a Christian. Great read. I received a complementary copy of this book/5. Wounded in the Church is a powerful resource every church leader urgently needs. Filled with honest and heartbreaking stories, this book will open your eyes to the real emotional pain far too many are experiencing at the hands of those who should be loving them into the kingdom/5(7). • The Church's Walking Wounded, by Tim Stafford (March , Vol. 47, No. 3, P 17 printed pages) Total number of pages — % Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. However, in Dr. Ivereigh’s new book Wounded Shepherd: Pope Francis and His Struggle to Convert the Catholic Church (New York: Henry Holt), he now sees the title of his book and certain aspects of his portrayal of Pope Bergoglio as /5(35).

  Mansfield's book is insightful and encouraging, especially for pastors or Christian leaders who have experienced abusive behavior in a church. His personal examples and biblical explanations help the reader to understand practical steps to overcoming the pain. It outlines the pathway from victim to victor/5(56).   Just last week I wrote about Christians who reject the church, and while I wrote I purposefully chose to make no mention of those circumstances when Christians have been so wounded by the Church that they feel they have to intentional omission was, and remains, grounded in the conviction that the prideful rejection of the Church—the refusal to . Being hurt by the Church is different than any other kind of hurt. It is a unique pain because the church is supposed to be a safe place. I have several goals in creating this resource for those who have been wounded by the Church. First, to acknowledge the reality of your pain. The Wounded Heart has sold over , copies and has been the first book family, friends, counselors, pastors, and victims have turned to in search of Christian answers to the calamity of sexual abuse. With a new introduction reflecting on the ongoing importance of the book, and a companion workbook for personal /5(23).

  Book Review WOUNDED BY GOD S PEOPLE Anne Graham Lotz (Zondervan, pp, $20h) Back in the 80s, early in her speaking career, Bible teacher and popular speaker Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of evangelist Billy Graham and wife Ruth, was snubbed by a partisan group of male pastors who turned their chairs around on her during a convention at .   While not all modern churches have these problems, far too many do. Here are five big issues with modern Christian churches in the United States. “Church” has several meanings. Here I am.   Defining “Its Own Wounded” I guess we need to be on the same page here. Sometimes we use the word “wounded” to mean somebody who has been a victim of the sins of others. The good news here is that the church has a history of being more compassionate in those circumstances, at least for the most part. Sexual abuse knows no religious or social boundaries. The Wounded Heart takes an intensely personal and specific look at this form of abuse. Dr. Allender explores the secret lament of the soul damaged by sexual abuse and lays hold of the hope buried there by the One whose unstained image we all bear/5(5).