Xulon Press, 2004 - 180 páginas
Sarah Ashton sought help from her physician, Dr. Tom Wesley, when she was at the end of her rope. When trying to help Dr. Wesley understand how she got to that point in her life, she began at a point in time before she was even born. Sarah had learned the hard way that decisions that may have taken only seconds brought consequences that lasted for years. The decisions of others had traumatically impacted her life in ways that so many people today find themselves. As Sarah tried to navigate her way through life, she sought refuge in many ways from the storms that raged inside her. When the story comes back to the present, Dr. Wesley helps Sarah understand how to heal the hurt inside through finding the Refuge. This book can help you, your loved one, or friend, gain real, complete healing through finding that same Refuge.
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Chapter One Encounter with Dr Wesley
Chapter Four Down But Not Out
Chapter Six Frank Sees Beyond Himself
Chapter Nine Nowhere to Go But Up
Chapter Twelve Tying a Tight Knot
Chapter Fourteen The Hunt is On
Chapter Sixteen Getting on with Life
Chapter Eighteen Patrick Sarah Together
Chapter Twenty Finding Healing
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