Made New: Hope and Healing for Abuse Survivors

Totus Tuus Press
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Twenty-five lies stand between abuse survivors and the healing they deserve.

They often believe: 

It was my fault.

I’m fine. Really. 

I can’t tell anyone. 

I’ll get help later. 

I’ll never be healed.

I’ll never trust again.

I’m unlovable.

I can’t forgive.

God abandoned me…

 

In Made New, Crystalina Evert defuses the power of these lies and others by speaking truth into each of them, showing that no matter what a woman has been through in life, the past doesn’t need to determine her future.  

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About the author

 Crystalina Evert has spoken internationally to hundreds of thousands of women and is the author of the books Pure WomanhoodandHow to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul. She runs the ministry and website WomenMadeNew.com.

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Publisher
Totus Tuus Press
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Published on
Dec 7, 2018
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Pages
64
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ISBN
9781944578893
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Christian Life / Women's Issues
Self-Help / Abuse
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