by William Loveless
As a longtime support group facilitator and former emotionally damaged person, I know firsthand the tremendous difficulty in rising above the emotional prison in which we may find ourselves incarcerated. The title, Darkest Night, Brightest Light, demonstrates to the emotional sufferer how to climb out of the dark pit of hopelessness and into the palace of Godís light and life.
I have noticed over the years, in many different types of support groups, that the same problems and ensuing questions, though unique to an individual in his grief, are not exclusive to an individual. It is for this reason I have written this book, in hopes of helping as many people as possible find some clarity in their chaos. As statistics will verify, the emotional condition in this country, and largely the world over, is at crises proportions. I know the advice found in my book works because past participants of my groups contact me, sometimes many years later, to inform me of their successes and how much they credit the advice and counseling they found in our class.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
William Loveless is a graduate of Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville, for which he received a bachelor of science degree in mass communications with a minor in marketing/management. He resides in St. Charles, Missouri, with his wife, Deborah, and their three children. William is involved with many ministries in his local church, not the least of which is facilitator of various Christ-centered support groups.
(2008, paperback, 108 pages)
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