Love Like You've Never Been Hurt: Hope, Healing and the Power of An Open Heart
:It's no secret that those closest to us can wound us the most profoundly. Reeling from betrayal, we build walls around our hearts to protect us from the heartache, yet these are the very walls that block us from seeing...
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:It's no secret that those closest to us can wound us the most profoundly. Reeling from betrayal, we build walls around our hearts to protect us from the heartache, yet these are the very walls that block us from seeing hope, receiving healing, and feeling love.
Sharing his own story of personal pain, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Jentezen Franklin shows you how to find the strength, courage, and motivation to love like you've never been hurt. Through biblical and modern-day stories, he discusses different types of relational disappointment and heartache, and answers questions such as Why should I trust again? and How can I ever really forgive?
Don't let someone else's actions control the condition of your heart. Here is everything you need to tear down your walls, work through your wounds, repair damaged relationships, and discover the power of an open heart.
Jentezen Franklin is the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, a multi-campus church. Each week his television program Kingdom Connection is broadcast on major networks all over the world. A New York Times best-selling author, Jentezen has written eight books including the groundbreaking Fasting and Right People, Right Place, Right Plan. Having a passion to serve others and foster unity, he was awarded the Martin Luther King Jr. Mantle of Destiny Award for his work and efforts for racial reconciliation. Jentezen has served as an advisor to CEOs and business leaders of multiple organizations and is listed among notable alumni at Barton College in Wilson, North Carolina. Additionally, he has served on an advisory board to the President of the United States. Jentezen and his wife Cherise have been married thirty years, have five children and two grandchildren, and make their home in Gainesville, Georgia.