Breakthrough For a Broken Heart
Have you ever been disappointed in a relationship? Have you ever acted in desperation to save a relationship? These questions can probe both the human heart and the psyche to get to the root of the relational issues we face....
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Have you ever been disappointed in a relationship? Have you ever acted in desperation to save a relationship? These questions can probe both the human heart and the psyche to get to the root of the relational issues we face. Through personal experiences and examples of modern-day heartache, Paul Davis gives encouragement to the brokenhearted and explains sixteen different emotional transitions.
Breakthrough for A Broken Heart
Overcome Your Disappointments and Blossom Into Your Dreams!
Help for the hurting heart is here!
Are you going through life without feeling? Are you having difficulty connecting well with others? Are you fixated on your past pain and unable to boldly move into your future?
Learn how to mend a broken heart and move on to attracting loving and lasting relationships. Paul Davis shows you how to aggressively deal with behavioral patterns that sabotage relationships, and teaches you to connect with your Creator for a new beginning.
Reverend Doctor Paul Davis is a pastor, lecturer, author, journalist, broadcaster, record producer, tour organiser, music publisher and local government manager of considerable experience. He was the first European Director of the USA's Gospel Music Association and the founder of the UK's Christian Music Association and the British Gospel Music Association. A Fellow of the European Theological Seminary, his books include the official biographies or autobiographies of George Hamilton IV, Pat Boone, Ron Jones and the Blackwood Brothers plus book projects for Readers Digest on several country music and gospel music themes including 'Peace In The Valley', Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell, Tammy Wynette, the Blackwood Brothers and Kenny Rogers.