Item description for Her Choice to Heal: Finding Spiritual and Emotional Peace After Abortion by Sydna Masse & Joan Phillips...
Overview Sydna Masse and Joan Phillips transparently share their stories as post-abortive women who know the hope and healing that comes from God's forgiveness and love. In turn, they will help midwife a new relationship to your past, your baby, and your Heavenly Father.
1. Our Stories 2. Just What Is Post-Abortion Syndrome? 3. A Wall Of Denial 4. Bitter Roots: Anger 5. A River Of Tears: Grieving Your Loss 6. The Heart Of The Matter: Forgiveness 7. Joy Comes In The Mourning: Letting Go At Last 8. Where Do I Go From Here?
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Studio: Cook Communications Ministries
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.47" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2004
Publisher Chariot Victor Publishing
ISBN 1564767345 ISBN13 9781564767349
Availability 0 units.
More About Sydna Masse & Joan Phillips
Sydna Masse is president and founder of Ramah International, Inc., a post-abortion ministry, and internationally recognized for her previous ministry as manager of Focus on the Family's Crisis Pregnancy Ministry. Sydna lives with her husband and three sons in Colorado.
Reviews - What do customers think about Her Choice to Heal: Finding Spiritual and Emotional Peace After Abortion?
Judgemental Oct 4, 2007
What if you had an abortion and don't regret it? What if you had an abortion and would go back and make the same decision over again? What if, however, you still have some hurt and pain to deal with? This book assumes that you regret your decision. This book assumes that you feel you did the wrong thing. I don't. I was searching for some non-judgemental help. Not in this book. Why don't the authors understand that you can feel bad about the abortion but not that you think you did something sinful or that you wish you hadn't?
I then read The Healing Choice by Candace de Puy and it is much better. It is spiritual without being "religious" and doesn't start off with the premise that you committed a sin. It helped me a lot.
It is possible to get past the pain Jun 15, 2006
This book was the first book I read about women suffering with past abortions. I suffered in silence for over 20 years and after the birth of my son, my suffering became even more intense as I went through all his "firsts" and came face to face with my loss. When I finally had the courage to tell someone my "secret" I was told about this book. It was the first step to healing. Two years ago I attended a post abortion healing group which has helped tremendously. There are so many women suffering from past abortions. If you are suffering in silence there are many resources for you to help you get the courage to find healing.
Fabulous Book! Nov 1, 2004
I run a pro-life ministry and I read this book about 5 years ago. I have seen numerous women suffer the turmoil of having an abortion and after giving them this book, I watched them heal before my eyes. Regret of abortion is real and women need help. This the book to help them!
Salve from God for a deep wound May 17, 2003
I read this book several years after going through the Bible study entitled "Forgiven and Set Free" by Linda Cochrane. Its contents reflect the content of the Bible study closely, with personal testimonies from the authors interwoven through the chapters. I counsel women who are struggling with the emotional aftermath of abortion, and I reccommend they read it before beginning the aforementioned Bible study with me. I suppose that neither this book, nor the Bible study, would be extremely helpful if a woman does not consider herself a Christian, since they both address the issue from a Christian, biblical perspective. But it is possible, I suppose, to find some measure of comfort in the knowledge that there are others who understand and share your painful experiences. Our grief, guilt, regret, and shame can be common denominators regardless of our faith or lack therof. Therefore, I highly recommend this book for any woman who is struggling with her feelings connected to a past abortion.
Wholeness Feb 17, 2003
As a twice post-abortive woman, this book was an amazing help to me. Before reading it, I'd felt as though God had done much healing in my heart about my two babies...but I found out He wasn't finished with me yet! Now I believe all the corners of my abortion experiences are swept clean and I know I will be reunited with my daughter and son for eternity, because of the forgiveness possible in Jesus Christ. I wholeheartedly recomend this book!