Book: Cured But Not Healed - How to Experience Deeper Faith on Your Journey with God by Kymberley Clemons-Jonescategories: Book, Religion, Christianity, Devotional, Bible Study, Inspirational, Self-Help, Women, Faith, God, Spirituality
Kymberley Clemons-Jonesabout this book: I was inspired to write Cured But Not Healed: How to Experience Deeper Faith on Your Journey with God because after years of counseling clients on various mental health issues most left still feeling like something was missing. The missing link was faith and a relationship with the Creator.
As a counselor, restoration life coach, and pastor I employ various techniques to facilitate wholeness in the lives of others, but I have found that nothing compares to connecting with our Source when it comes to significant healing.
Cured But Not Healed, unknowingly, was written over a period of two years and came together under its title when I asked myself the question why people experience cures of all kinds, but still remain in need of a deeper healing.
I love the cover of my book because the woman, with her outstretched arms, looks like she is in awe of creation and her Creator. She appears to be happy and whole and don't we all want to be happy and whole?
Cured But Not Healed is great for individual use and group work. The bible study at the end of each chapter enables the reader to ask important questions, pertinent to their growth and the coaching tips offer the reader a chance to put their faith into action - immediately!
I know you will enjoy this journey!
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