I Am Your Father
"This astonishing landmark book is destined to become a classic. It totally grips the reader, addressing the deepest wounds of our time. Here is proof that with God, nothing is ever wasted." - Greg Haslam, Westminster Chapel, London "Mark...
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"This astonishing landmark book is destined to become a classic. It totally grips the reader, addressing the deepest wounds of our time. Here is proof that with God, nothing is ever wasted."
- Greg Haslam, Westminster Chapel, London
"Mark Stibbe is convinced that our society has been deeply damaged by absent, apathetic, or abusive fathers. Children without fathers are many times more likely to become both criminals and victims of crime. The church can offer a solution - a healing relationship with our Heavenly Father - but many Christians have been poorly fathered and are still bound by the legacy of this wound. I Am Your Father is designed to help Christians find healing in the perfect Father's love, so that they are then released to bring healing to a fatherless world. Important and profound."
- Bill Johnson, Bethel Church, Redding, California
"A masterpiece of excellent scholarship, heart-moving storytelling and compelling vision."
- Ed Piorek, author and speaker
"Read this much-needed book carefully, and discover how kind and caring our God really is!"
- John Arnott, Catch the Fire Ministries.
We live in an increasingly fatherless society. Fatherless children are far more likely to be criminals or victims. In January 2009 Mark quit as the senior leader of a successful and progressive Anglican congregation, to found a ministry called The Father's House, dedicated to taking the Father's love to the fatherless. ?The task of the family of God is to take the Father's love to the fatherless. To do this, those who are already members of God's family need to have their father wounds healed. This book will help those with hearts broken by their earthly fathers to find in their Heavenly Father the love of all loves.? In Part 1, Mark describes the different ways in which fathers can hurt their children. In Part 2, he goes deeper, defining the wound as ?the orphan heart? and describing the main symptoms of this condition in peoples? lives. In Part 3, he shows how Christians can find true healing through experiencing the Spirit of adoption
Dr Mark Stibbe studied English Literature at Cambridge University and then went on to study Theology at Nottingham University, before being awarded a PhD. He has authored more than 40 books and is the CEO of Kingdom Writing Solutions.