Chained No More (Leader Guide): A Journey of Healing for Adult Children of Divorce

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WestBow Press, Jun 30, 2012 - Religion - 70 pages
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Chained No More is a curriculum which includes a Leader Guide AND a Participant Book (sold seperately)

Chained No More is a program that will minister healing and hope to anyone who has been touched by the pain of divorce. Robyn Besemann has developed biblically based materials that provide a framework
for personal growth, a tool for helping others, and a step-by-step grid that produces transformational results. Every church needs this program and I highly recommend this ministry.
Carol Kent, Speaker and Author

For years we have touted that children are resilient. Now we are finding that adult children of divorce were not so resilient after all. Many struggle with heavy issues that have been carried over into their adult lives.From exploring the chain of grief that has held adult children of divorce bound to their childhoods to healing through Jesus Christ, Robyn has done a phenomenal job of helping adult children of divorce release the links in their chain that have held them captive for years.
Linda Ranson Jacobs, Creator and Developer of DivorceCare for Kids

Chained No More will help you break free and find healing for the hurt youve experienced. If you are the adult child of divorced parents, dive into this material, and with Gods help, find hope for the future while building a foundation for successful relationships in your life.
Steve Grissom, Founder of DivorceCare/Church Initiative

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About the author (2012)

Robyn Besemann has been in ministry most of her life because her father was a pastor. For the past 12 years, she has developed and directed a large, vibrant single parent family ministry called Family Connections. Due to her experience in that ministry as well as a large amount of education through conferences, workshops, symposiums, and classes, she saw the need for a recovery program for the adult children of divorce. The result of that unique need is Chained No More.

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