I Married a Preacher with Deep Dark Secrets
Xulon Press, 2007 - 172 pagine
"This book is an eye opener to every women blindly expecting they along can change any man; a must read." Pastor Cynthia Joan Dunbar, Holy Temple Easton, PA "It's Caroline's painful past that has allowed her to progress and transition from victim to victor. She is a resounding voice for women and men whose lives are plagued by the devastating and destructive effects of sexual sin." Pastor Mark Parrott, Sr. This book openly and explicitly discusses one woman's shock and pain after marrying the man she loved. Her world turned upside down and became a living nightmare when she became faced with the truth; she married a pastor living with the "deep dark secret" of homosexuality. She lived with depression, suicidal tendencies and anger while he lived his secret life on the "down low." Caroline unashamedly discusses her fight to overcome the embarrassment and confusion she suffered at the hands of her husband. She honors God through her testimony reminding us our God is a healer and deliverer no matter the crisis. Her faith and trust deeply abound in the Lord Jesus Christ. Take a walk with her through this book. You will feel the pain, feel the shame and experience the victory!
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