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Worthy of Love combines the power of story-telling with inspirational bible study. This 8-session interactive study includes personal reflection questions, bible study, memory verses, prayer, and journaling. Topics include:
- Lies we believe
- Secrets we keep
- Masks we wear
- Burdens we carry
…and how to embrace the victory available to you through Christ!
“Shadia’s story, so powerfully and effectively shared, is a poignant, personal reminder that Jesus heals. He heals our broken hearts. He heals our crushed spirits. He heals our wounded souls. And He wants to heal you.” Brian Fisher, President of Human Coalition (Read Brian Fisher’s Foreword message)
“I know from personal experience that abortion leaves an open wound on a mother’s heart that can fester for a lifetime. Worthy of Love gives us a clear pathway to complete healing and restoration as we offer up our wounds to the healing power of God’s Word.” Theresa Ingram, Mentor, Speaker and Wife of Pastor and Author Chip Ingram
“…It is so Biblical and the processes you take each person through are so simple but profoundly effective. These steps mirror those our Heavenly Father took me through many years ago after sexual abuse (hidden 23 years!), three failed marriages, and a host of self imposed prison bars! Your work is a testimony to our Father’s great love for us.” Becky Wood, CEO at ABC Women’s Clinic, Dublin, GA
“Engaging, intensely honest, vividly and poetically expressed, Shadia’s story is sure to connect with the heart of its readers and draw them into their own journey of healing. Worthy of Love strikes an excellent balance of personal story-telling and solid biblical truth. Any woman seeking healing, freedom, and peace in the aftermath of an abortion will benefit greatly from this study.” S. Michael Houdmann, President and Founder, Got Questions Ministries
“This book will breathe fresh hope and courage into every woman longing for a miracle of the heart.” Phyllis Bennett, PhD, Director Women’s Center for Ministry-Western Seminary