My Pastures of Many Colors

My Pastures of Many Colors

by Ruth Heras

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My Pastures of Many Colors, A Diverse Journey to Godly Healing is a story based on the true-life experiences of the author, Ruth Heras. During the course of her Christian life, Ruth discovered that emotional damage in childhood could block individuals from living normal adult lives. Taking key information from her own childhood abuse, from negative behavioral repercussions occurring in her adult life and the lives of her marital family members, and from studies on emotional health, she intricately links the connection among the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual life of an injured person.

Enlisting the use of an analogy format, Ruth creatively composes and poignantly lays out words of startling imagery to tell and explain her own unbelievable life story in print. It is a dark, hidden story that formulated from a dramatic, colorful dream she had, wherein she was represented by a mysterious half-human sheep. The story opens with AMAC, the main character in the story, telling her friend Faithful the vivid dream she had. At that point, AMAC, a devoted Christian who has lived her life in a state of emotional bankruptcy, apathy, and indifference, is desperately seeking truth, peace, and joy. So begins her mission, a quest that began in a compelling dream, taking her on a journey she had no desire to take.

Not since the analogy of the whimsical Paul Bunyan has a story so thoroughly captivated and challenged the minds of its diverse audiences by use of the imagination. Here is an innovative drama of suspense and mystery that will be hard to set down. Ruth Heras has two adult children and eight grandchildren. She resides amid the beautiful landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, where she ministers to individuals of similar backgrounds.


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ISBN-13: 9781615795376
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 01/05/2010
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

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