Healing in the Hurting Places

Healing in the Hurting Places

by Karen F. Riley

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780768438888
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
Publication date: 08/16/2011
Pages: 217
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Karen F. Riley writes for newspapers and magazines and has authored two weekly newspaper columns and four books. Seven years ago she started KFR Communications, a custom graphic and Website design company. She also leads a ministry called “Healing in the Hurting Places” that offers hope to those suffering from childhood abuse. For more information, visit www.healinginthehurtingplaces.com. Karen and her husband, Bill, have been married for 30 years and are the parents of Lisa, Laura, and Christopher. They reside in New Egypt, New Jersey.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1         Why It Matters

Chapter 2         An Impenetrable Fortress

Chapter 3         The Façade Crumbles

Chapter 4         Isolation

Chapter 5         Victim Mentality

Chapter 6         The Cycle Continues

Chapter 7         Floodwaters

Chapter 8         Streams in the Desert

Chapter 9         The Potter’s Wheel

Chapter 10       Bathed in Son Light

Chapter 11       Out of the Comfort Zone

Chapter 12       Wrath and Forgiveness

Chapter 13       Transparency

Chapter 14       Walking in Truth

Chapter 15       Eating Disorders

Chapter 16       Yours in Healing

Chapter 17       Fear of Success

Chapter 18       In Need of a Savior

Appendix A      What (and What Not) to Say to a Sexual-Abuse Victim

Appendix B      Resources

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richardblake More than 1 year ago
"Healing in the Hurting Places" is drawn from Karen F. Riley's personal experiences and the lessons she learned as a victim of childhood sexual abuse, working through a manipulative home environment, the hurtful impact of bullies throughout her high-school years, and her ongoing ministry of restoration, hope and healing to other victims of sexual abuse. Karen is a gifted communicator. As I scanned the back cover of "Healing in the Hurting Places" I knew I was in for a memorable reading experience. I was drawn into Karen's story before I had finished the first two paragraphs of her opening statement. Her writing is personal, intimate, and candid. I appreciated her willingness to make herself vulnerable. She tells of her active faith without being judgmental or preachy. Well chosen Scriptural references illustrate her faith-walk as well as Biblical principles, illustrations, and applications. I was personally struck by the power of the illustration from the Old Testament book of Jeremiah which describes the process of the potter's wheel and the impact this had on Karen's healing. "Healing in the Hurting Places" is must reading for sexual abuse victims, for anyone caught up in the cycle of addictive behaviors, and for those concerned loved ones attempting to provide help and encouragement. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's guidelines. As reviewed for Midwest Book Review.