: Love Heals helps you discover how a radical love can heal all kinds of wounds-in the world and your own life and community. Written by Thistle Farms founder Becca Stevens, Love Heals is a beautiful and inspirational gift book...
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Love Heals helps you discover how a radical love can heal all kinds of wounds-in the world and your own life and community. Written by Thistle Farms founder Becca Stevens, Love Heals is a beautiful and inspirational gift book that champions change and healing through scripture, stories, poems, and inspirational writings. Thistle Farms is the largest social enterprise in the US run by survivors of abuse, addiction, prostitution, and trafficking.
Becca Stevens, founder of Thistle Farms, firmly believes that love heals-and her ministry, stories, and company prove it. As a refuge for women coming out of addiction, abuse, prostitution, and trafficking, Thistle Farms provides those who have no hope a place to get on their feet with dignity and grace. Becca's ministry is about leading them on the path of healing. But the story extends beyond these survivors.
Love heals all kinds of wounds, and the healing principles outlined in this book will bring hope and inspiration to any reader. It will include principles such as these: love heals with daily rituals, love heals over the bridge of time, love heals across the world, love heals during the act of forgiving, and love heals by the mercy of God.
This gorgeous gift book is full of four-color photography, encouraging essays, beautiful poems, and powerful, true stories about how love does, in fact, heal wounds.
Make a small change. See a big difference. Love Heals.
Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest at St. Augustine's Chapel on the Vanderbilt University campus. She is the founder of Magdalene, a residential community for women with a criminal history of prostitution and drug abuse. In 2000 Becca was named Nashvillian of the Year by Nashville Scene newspaper, in 2001 she was recognized by YWCA's Academy of Women of Achievement, and in 2004 she was featured in an article in Southern Living magazine. Becca is also author of Sister: Finding Balance.