Books for Further Reading

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Thom Gardner:  Healing the Wounded Heart
Mark & Patti Virkler:  Prayers that Heal the Heart
Charles Kraft:  Deep Wounds, Deep Healing
Ed M. Smith:  Beyond Tolerable Recovery
John and Paula Sandford: The Transformation of the Inner Man
Bill Johnson: Hosting the Presence
Bill Johnson: The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind
Neil Anderson: The Bondage Breaker
Pablo Bottari: Free in Christ
Leanne Payne: The Broken Image
Candyce Roberts: Help for the Fractured Soul
Sam Hinn Kissing the Face of God
Danny Silk: Loving Our Kids on Purpose
Stormie Omartian: The Power of a Praying Woman, Wife, Husband, or Parent
John & Stasi Eldredge: Captivating, Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman’s Soul
Gary Chapman: The Five Love Languages
Sherri Rose Shepherd: Love Letters from your King
Sarah Young Jesus Calling
Beni Johnson: The Happy Intercessor
Robert Morris: The Blessed Life

Another great resource we want to honor and recommend is a fellow ministry in Tennessee, “The Freedom Resource”, who offers resources and inner-healing sessions also, using similar tools as we do. www.thefreedomresource.org

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