You Can't Find Living Water in Dying Wells

You Can't Find Living Water in Dying Wells

Father Issues and Infidelity in the Christian Woman

eBook - 2013
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You Can't Find Living Water in Dying Wells is designed to start the conversation about how father issues, and the insatiable void left by them, can lead to affairs in the lives of women...yes, even Christian women. It exposes the root of the author's emotional and physical affairs - the universal longing in every woman to be "special" and "chosen", then walks the reader down her path to healing from father hunger and freedom from infidelity. It's not a subject you'll typically find on the list of classes offered at most churches. It's not a topic of discussion in most small groups, but, believe me, it IS happening among Christians because we are just as vulnerable to the attention and affection of a man as the next woman if we haven't allowed the Lord to go into our deep places of wounding and bring about healing. The good news is healing and freedom are available to every woman who desires them! Using her own story and an in-depth look at the Samaritan woman's encounter with Jesus at the well in John 4, the author gives hope and practical, applicable steps to regain spiritual, emotional, and sexual integrity after an affair. If you've searched everywhere for that elusive sense of inner value and worth, you've come to the right book! You can try to get those needs met through a man, or several men, but you really won't find Living Water in dying wells.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2013.
ISBN: 9781626758957
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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