Creating a safe place: Christians healing from the hurt of dysfunctional families
An illuminating and practical guide helping Christians recover from the experience of growing up in a dysfunctional family. Johnson and Grayson offer profiles of dysfunctional families, then go on to help readers examine their pasts and identify their current issues. They show how growing up in a dysfunctional family can lead to a distorted view of God, and how the church can foster recovery.
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The Handicap of Being
What It Was Like to Be a Child in a Dysfunctional
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