Do you know how to recognize a Spiritual Attack? Do you have the spiritual coping skills to address these attacks? Do you know how to be and what to do when having such an experience? Chaplain Yong Hui McDonald shares with you a Biblical and experiential model that has worked for others and for her. She is not only this book's author, she is also one who has experienced what she has written, and she came out victorious. Korean translation.
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About the Author
Yong Hui V. McDonald, a United Methodist minister, has been working as a chaplain at Adams County Detention Facility (ACDF) in Brighton, Colorado, since 2003, and as an on-call hospital chaplain since 2002. She is a certified American Correctional Chaplain, spiritual director, author, and founded Transformation Project Prison Ministry (TPPM), a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, in 2005. TPPM produces MAXIMUM SAINTS books and DVDs containing transformation stories of inmates. Chaplain McDonald founded GriefPathway Ventures, LLC. in 2010 to help others learn how to process grief and healing. In 2011, she founded the Veterans Twofish Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, to provide inspirational resources to veterans.