To Heal the Wounded Soul: From Within the Family (Anderson)
Collection of perspectives on healing the wounded soul among those who have experienced rejection for living their truth, suicide ideation, gender reassignment, sexual identity, and are grieving due to the death of a loved one – friend, military companion, child/children or the loss of one dignity, hope, family support and faith-based organization. Find yourself and experience renewal of faith, gain, worth, healing, and wholeness using the tools provided in To Heal the Wounded Soul.
In memory of Oliver Wendell Martin, III
From the Foreword written by the Rev. Dr. James A. Moos, Executive Minister, Wider Church Ministries, United Church of Christ:
"Though this is not a biography of Oliver, it is certainly a tribute to him. It is consistent with the values Oliver lived by, the self-same values by which we are called to understanding and action. In a world that does not celebrate the rich diversity of God’s creation this book reminds us of that diversity and challenges us to stack our claim in the healing ministry to which Christ calls us."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pamelajune Anderson is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Howard University Divinity School, where she earned her M.Div., and United Theological Seminary, where she earned her D.Min.She is an ordained United Church of Christ minister. She was a deployed U.S. Navy Chaplain to Operation Desert Shield, Southern European Theater, 1990. Anderson is the author of numerous books, including: Can the Lord Be My Shepherd If I Am Gay?
Paperback: 146 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 24, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.8 ounces
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