Item description for Integrity of a Father: A Daughter's Testimony of a Father's Love With Insight into Domestic Violence : Understanding the Abused Woman (Spanish Edition) by Reeni Fenholt & Bernalee Storey-Swodeck...
Overview The testimony of a daughter's loving tribute to her father and the godly impact of his integrity on her life. This Christ-honoring book reflects the character of Father God giving hope to dysfunctional families, shedding light on the plight of domestic violence, and honoring men's roles as 'father.' Whether you have a great dad, no dad, or have experienced abuse, this book will touch your heartstrings. IF YOU... * know someone who lacks a "father-figure" in their life * know someone suffering from family dysfunction * know anyone suffering from domestic violence THIS BOOK will minister to their heart and will point them to Someone Who will bring healing to their emotions and true love to their life. Also includes special Question Sections for personal reflection or small group discussions and suggestions to the church concerning the topic of abuse.
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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2002
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579213677 ISBN13 9781579213671
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domestic abuses in the Christian home Nov 10, 2002
I really enjoyed Reeni Fenholt's book. It addresses an issue that we have seen many times from a secularistic viewpoint, but rarely from a Christian viewpoint.
I too am an ex-minister's wife and I am horrified by the abuses in the Christian homes across the nation. More appalling, is the fact that it is also in the homes of men we call pastors, evangelists, and teachers. I believe it starts at the pulpit and filters down through the church. It is time for the ex-wives of these "divinely called" men to speak out. I admire and respect Reeni greatly for being one of the first to do so.
Reeni's book should be read by all. Not only should it be read by women that are being abused, but by others so that they can understand the devastating ramifications of this abhorrent pattern that permeates our churches and society at large.