Sexual sin has infiltrated the Christian community, leaving suffering and scarred lives in its wake. Where can believers go to find healing? Designed for victims of sexual abuse and those who've hurt others by sexual trauma, this sensitive, honest Bible study features meditations, Scripture memory verses, and discussion questions to promote healing and restoration. 112 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Review 1 for The Path to Sexual Healing
God's word digs deep
Date:March 28, 2013
I have used this study several times when counseling women who have sexual trauma, unhealthy sexual behaviors and beliefs. I have witnessed over the course of this study, God's wonder working power in the hearts and minds of the participants. His Word is in every sentence of this study. It is His divine inspiration and Holy Spirit that works through this study to transform lives. Get it! Work it!
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Review 2 for The Path to Sexual Healing
Date:January 10, 2009
This work helped me during a very difficult time in my life. As I studied it pages with another survivor who was further along in her healing, the Word of God spread His light upon the darkness of what I had endured. Since then, the journey along my own path to healing has intersected with other survivors who have needed this resource, and I have eagerly shared it knowing that they to would be blessed.Linda Cochrane is to be commended for allowing herself to be used of God in writing this much needed book upon a wide reaching but very difficult subject. Anyone who has struggled with sexual abuse or rape and is seeking out the face of God in dealing with the aftermath will find comfort in its pages.
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Review 3 for The Path to Sexual Healing
Date:April 4, 2008
Simple and easy to follow, yet exactly what I need for counciling. I just wished that it was in NKJV, as I use that version when counciling, and have to print out a sheet with the NKJV scriptures to go with each chapter.