Behind the closed doors of your home, are you silently suffering abuse? Even in Christian homes, people live with painful wounds from abusive childhoods and marriages. They cover up once they set foot in the outside world. Sadly, churches rarely discuss domestic issues and counseling is often unaffordable. Abuse is increasingly prevalent in the lives of innocent people of all ages.
After freeing herself from forty-two years in an abusive marriage, author and educator Diane Blacker sheds light on the reality of abuse. While having her own Emmy-nominated television program in Chicago and working for Campus Crusade for Christ, Diane remained quiet about what went on in her home. Today, she shares her powerful story to teach others how to be restored from a life of abuse and its traumatic effects.
In Forever Free from the Wounds of Your Past, Diane reveals the truth behind why people are abusive and what happens in the lives of those who are abused. Through an amazing testimony of hardship, triumph, and forgiveness, Diane explores why wounded people wound others and how both the abuser and the victim can find restoration in Christ.
Using "weapons" outlined in God's Word, you'll discover how to defend yourself from abuse, be healed of the emotional pain of victimhood, and set your hope on a future filled with the joy of the Lord. Our Lord came to heal the brokenhearted, so receive His healing today
"Diane Blacker has lived through abuse, and overcome unspeakable challenges by the clear Word of God empowering her. FOREVER FREE is a must read for any person who has ever suffered abuse and longs for complete healing."
Author, "The Total Woman" & "Hard Beginning, Happy Ending"
Diane Blacker is a former professional figure skater who spends her life sharing the good news of Christ. A Christian writer and editor, Diane is the author of ten books, including Totally New and Harmony, leading adult Bible classes and seminars all over the country. She is an inspirational speaker for Christian events who served with Campus Crusade for Christ for ten years. She was nominated for an Emmy for her weekly television program on Chicago's Channel 38. An ordained minister with a B.A. in New Testament, Diane taught seventy-five Total Woman seminars nationwide for Marabel Morgan and continues to inspire others to walk in the freedom of Christ.