A Matter of Perception: Breaking Through: One Woman's Story of Continuous Self-healing
AuthorHouse, 2006 - 216 pages
Madeline Ross's life was in an upheaval. Hurt and disappointed, perceiving that her church had betrayed her, she sought to find the truth. Old wounds of childhood abuse and a failing marriage added to her state of mind. What was she to do? Would her faith carry her through? Had God truly forsaken her? A story of betrayal, heartbreak, loss of relationship and the journey of life, it is also one of faith and perseverance. Madeline knew she would die if she did not do something. She knew she had a choice to live or to die. *********************************************** This book is dedicated to all men and women who no longer believe themselves victims.
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