Item description for Path to Sexual Healing, The: A Bible Study by Linda Cochrane...
Overview Leaving in its wake hurting people and scarred lives, sexual sin has infiltrated the Christian community. Throughout the church men and women need healing for their wounds and are searching for answers from God and his Word. Until now, Bible studies dealing with sexual sin have been hard to find. Linda Cochrane's new study is for those who have been sexually abused and those who have hurt others through sexual sin. It offers answers to the difficult questions surrounding sexual sin, a subject largely unaddressed in today's Christian community. In-depth biblical insights and thought-provoking questions help readers develop a new understanding of God's person, his forgiveness, his expectations, and the grace that alone can make us whole again.
Publishers Description Sensitivity and honesty mark this Bible study for groups or individuals, offering help in healing the pain of sexual sin. In-depth biblical insights and thought-provoking questions help readers develop a new understanding of God's person, his forgiveness, his expectations, and the grace that alone can make us whole again.
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Studio: Baker Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 5.84" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Baker Books
ISBN 0801063256 ISBN13 9780801063251
Availability 0 units.
More About Linda Cochrane
Linda Cochrane is the executive director of Hopeline Women's Center in Monroe, Connecticut, and is cofounder of PACE (Post-Abortion Counseling and Education). She is the author of "Forgiven and Set Free," "Healing a Father's Heart," and "The Path to Sexual Healing." Cochrane resides in New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Path to Sexual Healing, The: A Bible Study?
Best for beginners Apr 11, 2003
Note: this study is aimed primarily at women.
As a survivor of childhood and adult sexual abuse, I had been through many years of counseling and therapy in various forms when I came across this Bible study. We went through the study in a small group of five women. The group dynamics were the most helpful element for me in this study.
If you are just beginning your road to recovery, this Bible study will be helpful to you. It is very basic and somewhat lightweight. Again, I recommend a group setting which is led by a person with experience in this area, and who is further along in her recovery.
However, if you have had many years of counseling and are in pretty good shape in terms of your recovery, you will find this Bible study rather elementary. I would recommend skipping this study for something more in-depth.