Synopses & Reviews
Learning to Believe Again guides people back to healing, hope, and belief by tackling some of the harder topics in the Bible in relation to healing from trauma, including: forgiveness, how to deal with abusive people, God's unfailing love, and regaining self-worth, among other topics.
At some point in their life, most people face a trauma or harrowing loss that leaves them questioning God's presence, love, and protection. In the US alone, 1 in 3 people have experienced some form of domestic abuse, and an estimated 8 percent of Americans suffer from PTSD. Brittany Bexton takes readers on a 30-day devotional journey through the healing process, beginning with devotionals that address brokenness and loss. She then moves into days that address the challenges of trauma and abuse, providing practical, Biblical tools for healing and changing mindsets, before focusing on breakthroughs experienced through life's journey. Each day includes a plethora of supporting scriptures, as well as space for readers to journal. Designed to either be an easy, bedside reader with digestible thoughts for the day or a tool for deeper Bible study, Learning to Believe Again offers hope for continued healing, restoration, and growth.
The ultimate bedside reader for a hurting heart to regain hope and faith and find comfort in God's truth.