Healing Grace for Hurting People: Practical Steps For Restoring Broken Relationships

Regal, 2007
ISBN: 9780830743988
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Overview

Many Christians live in the misery of bitterness, unforgiveness, and trauma caused by spouses, parents, grandparents, or others who have sinned against them. Although the pain can seem unending, there is hope for those who seek healing grace to cover the sins of those who wronged them. Dr. H. Norman Wright and marriage and family therapist Larry Renetzky give readers specific practical steps to release God’s grace to forgive and to lay the foundation for building bridges of reconciliation. Some who read Healing Grace for Hurting People will relate to the stories of those needing healing grace, such as overachieving Mark who could not give his family love and intimacy, which he never received while growing up. Find out what happened to Mark and his family when Mark learned about the secret of the universe. God’s grace saves us and sustains us. And He expects us to pass it on in our relationships. Learn how God’s reconciling grace and power can resolve conflicts, revitalize marriages heading for divorce and restore broken relationships in families, extended families and other relationships.

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Key Features

  • Provides practical steps toward reconciliation and forgiveness
  • Offers insight into the process of healing
  • Helps readers address family problems, process tragic events, and cope with suffering

Product Details

About H. Norman Wright

H. Norman Wright is research professor of Christian education at Talbot Theological Seminary. Previously he served as an associate professor and the director of the department of marriage, family, and child counseling at Biola University. He has been a licensed marriage, family, and trauma counselor for more than 30 years, and he is the author of Recovering From the Losses of Life, Experiencing Grief, and Before You Say I Do.

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