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Dysfunctional Families of the Bible and Their Redeeming Qualities by Sheryl Mills

Dysfunctional Families of the Bible and Their Redeeming Qualities

How Do They Impact Us?

by Sheryl Mills

Pages: 272

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Personal Growth
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Family
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Relationships

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545678602

Price : $16.49



Get ready for a unique journey through
the lives of Bible characters
Old Testament characters exhibited godliness as well as unhealthy behavioral patterns. Their stories are in the Bible so we can learn from them—to avoid their pitfalls and to seek healthier ways of relating to others. This is an exploration of the different characterizations of dysfunction that were present in those families and parallels to our contemporary relationships and experiences. As you explore the Bible’s descriptions of ten selected families you will also discover:
♦ A unique look at the patterns of four generations of one family
♦ Common dynamics in dysfunctional families
♦ How dysfunctional families become healthy
♦ Timeless principles proven by Bible families
This intriguing trip through early human history uncovers valuable concepts to apply to your life. It is a message of help and inspiration for change. After finishing, readers will be better equipped to use the examples from the Bible to improve their own relationships.
“Finally, a book from a biblical perspective that explains dysfunction in biblical families. Family units need to be strong. I highly encourage you to read this book and draw insight from it.”
Walter T. Branch, Senior Pastor
Gateway Worship Center
Punta Gorda, Florida

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Sheryl Mills, M.A., focuses on faith-based healing of clients’ soul wounds in her private practice in southwest Florida. She earned her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School. Sheryl also uses her passion for inner healing in her local church. A lifelong student of the Bible and having visited the Holy Land, she believes the Bible is just as relevant to us today as when each portion was written.

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