Item description for Door of Hope: Recognizing and Resolving the Pains of Your Past by Jan Frank...
Overview A REMARKABLE STORY OF HEALING AND INSPIRATION Victims of abuse - any abuse - need to know how other people have made it through the recovery process. As a victim of incest herself, Jan Frank understands the myriad emotions that victims struggle with and offers ten proven steps toward recovery in DOOR OF HOPE. A powerful story of inspiration and restoration, DOOR OF HOPE is Jan's journey toward wholeness. But it is much more than a story. It is hope for other victims. And in this updated edition, Jan provides a special section featuring answers to questions most often asked by abuse victims and those who love them.
Victims of abuse-any abuse-need to know how other people have made it through the recovery process. As a victim of incest herself, Jan Frank understands the myriad emotions that victims struggle with and offers ten proven stops toward recovery in Door of Hope.
A powerful story of inspiration and restoration, Door of Hope, is Jan's journey toward wholeness. But it is much more than a story. It is hope for other victims. And in this updated edition, Jan provides a special section featuring answers to questions most often asked by abuse victims and those who love them.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1995
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785279660 ISBN13 9780785279662
Availability 0 units.
More About Jan Frank
Jan Frank speaks to women's hearts. As a licensed Marriage, Family Therapist she weaves together compassion with practicality as she helps women overcome some of the obstacles that interfere with developing an intimate relationship with God. Her love and commitment to God's Word, reliance on the Holy Spirit, and openness in communication provide inspiration and encouragement for those who desire more of God. She has been a conference speaker for over twenty years, speaking nationally and internationally. Jan is the lead teacher in a women's expository Bible study and participated in a two-year pilot program through Talbot Seminary's Institute for Spiritual Formation helping form and launch a Spiritual Formation program at her church. Her books, Door of Hope, Unclaimed Baggage, and A Graceful Waiting have helped many who have needed healing from the past and hope for the future. She's appeared on Living the Life, The 700 Club, Moody Radio, and Today's Family. Jan and Don have been married for 28 years, they live in Placentia, California and have two adult daughters.
Jan Frank currently resides in Placentia, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Door of Hope: Recognizing and Resolving the Pains of Your Past?
Really good! Mar 8, 2007
This book is a great tool for looking deeper into the effects your past has had on your life and relationships and what you can do to move forward. Highly recomended!
Painful, but right on target! Feb 18, 2007
This book changed my life. It was "the" textbook and required reading by my therapist for sorting out a painful past. Greatly accelerated the process. A lot of "therapy" took place between therapist sessions as a result of this book. Certainly not a substitute for professional help, but a great adjunct. Covered a lot more ground, and made faster progress (healing) in fewer sessions (and a lot less $$$$$$!)
I felt supported in my own walk through my pain as I read this book May 14, 2006
This book felt like a friend when I had no one to talk to or wanted to talk to about the pain, anger, disappointment, crushed dreams and wounding of the memories of incest. Jesus reached out to me with compassion, relatiblity and hope as I read this book. I would reccommend it but it is painful to read through just because of the subject matter.
Deliverance and Hope Sep 1, 2005
"Door of Hope" has done more for me than I imagined it would. It encouraged me to have the strength to stand in such a debilitating situation. I was able, after reading this book, to come decisions that I would not have been able to come to otherwise. God has blessed us with Jan Frank and I thank her for her courage to make a stand against sexual abuse.
Not what it says it is Sep 17, 2003
This author writes about HER healing but gives the impression it is about and for others. I think it is good for victims to find their way to healing and writing a book is often a helpful tool, however this author leads one to believe this book is about others, when it is really about herself. She dangles the stories of other people but uses them as a vehical to return the story to herself. I find that kind of "help" not helpful at all because it leaves much unfinished and becomes singular in it's purpose. Congratulations to the author for finding her voice but please be honest about the purpose of the book.