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"About 40 Percent of American Women Have Had Abortions." -Newsweek.com With a statistic as high as this, it is likely that you have a friend or relative who has made this tragic choice. Perhaps you have seen this person struggle with depression, anxiety, nightmares, outbursts of anger, over-protectiveness, relationship difficulties and/or self-destructive behaviors (such as anorexia, bulimia, harming self, drugs, alcohol or suicidal thoughts). You may have wanted to help your friend, but you didn't know what to do or say. Go in Peace will give you the answer. This resource, which is excellent for personal study and for those who desire to be used by God more powerfully in ministering to people in need, will show you practical ways to apply God's Word to the hurting person's life so that she can be set free from the guilt, shame, hurt and pain associated with her decision. Hurt, whether self-inflicted or inflicted by another, can affect us to the depths of our being, and if this hurt is not handled the way God intended, it can keep us in bondage to our past. Although this book was written specifically for the issue of post-abortion, in reality it offers hope and healing for anyone who is hurting. It will show you how to be free from this pain so that you and your loved ones can go in peace! Endorsement This is a powerful book that will change the lives of the men and women who read it. Using her own story and the story of the Sinful Woman in Luke 7 as a foundation, Cherie addresses many of the issues that are brought about by the unconfessed sin in people's lives-whether that sin is abortion or any other self-destructive behavior. She also provides practical steps to help those caught in such patterns gain freedom and overcome their past. This book will truly help readers to go in peace! -Mark Weising, Senior Managing Editor, Regal Books Author Bio Cherie Fresonke has ministered to women and teenagers since 1993, discipling women in the United States and Eastern Europe. She oversees the women's biblical counseling ministry at Calvary Chapel Murrieta, California. She founded and directs the Truth and Hope Foundation in Sofia, Bulgaria. Cherie loves to teach at retreats and seminars. She lives in California with her husband, Keith.
The best-selling collection of the beloved pope’s most personal thoughts and writings—revised and expanded This definitive compilation brings together the words that Pope John Paul II most urgently wanted the world to hear and embrace. Arranged by the themes he emphasized in his quarter century as pope—including prayer, forgiveness, family, suffering, the church, and Christ—Go in Peace gives the reader an up-close and personal look at this great churchman’s pastoral heart and passes along his vision for a vital life of Christian faith.“Make time for study, meditation, and reflection. Use your intelligence well; make an effort to reach correct convictions; do not waste time; deepen the motives and foundations of faith in Christ and in the Church, so as to be firm now and in your future. We remain firm in our faith by means of prayer; remember St. Paul wrote: ‘Pray without ceasing.’” —John Paul II, from Go in Peace
Although the sacramental Rite of Reconciliation is included in many Anglican prayer books, nothing has been written expressly Anglicans since the 1980s that focuses on the pastoral skills required for this ministry. This book combines and passes on the teaching, coaching, skill development, and accumulated pastoral wisdom that has not been widely accessible or well integrated into clergy training. Realistic transcripts and "verbatims" of sample confessions and counseling sessions involving a wide range of people makes this a unique ministry resource for most seminaries and theological colleges, plus clergy in general-including Lutheran pastors who use the rite of "Individual Confession and Absolution" in the Lutheran Book of Worship.
Although the sacramental Rite of Reconciliation is included in many Anglican prayer books, nothing has been written expressly Anglicans since the 1980s that focuses on the pastoral skills required for this ministry. This book combines and passes on the teaching, coaching, skill development, and accumulated pastoral wisdom that has not been widely accessible or well integrated into clergy training. Realistic transcripts and "verbatims" of sample confessions and counseling sessions involving a wide range of people makes this a unique ministry resource for most seminaries and theological colleges, plus clergy in general-including Lutheran pastors who use the rite of "Individual Confession and Absolution" in the Lutheran Book of Worship.
Confession, Penance, Reconciliation. The ancient Sacrament of Penance is called many names but has one purpose - the forgiveness of sins. Many Catholics and other Christians are at best uncertain as to the need for confession, and many are anxious at the idea of sharing their sins with a priest. In this much-needed book, Fr. Mitch Pacwa and Sean Brown put all the confusion and anxiety to rest by answering the most common questions and objections to this indispensable sacrament. As humans, we have an innate desire to be at peace. Sin destroys this peace, leaving the soul in a weak and deprived state. In Go In Peace, the authors demonstrate that, through the power of confession, one is freed from the burden of sin and brought to peace with God and himself. You will learn: The biblical basis of confession Why Christ gave the Church the power to forgive sins Why this sacrament is required by the Church What elements are necessary for a good confession Why some sins require confession for forgiveness The psychological benefits of confession The spiritual benefits of confession. …and much more!

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