Shame Interrupted

by Edward T. Welch     |     Book Summary


Author: Edward T. Welch
Publisher: New Growth Press
Date: April 30, 2012
Pages: 337

Book Summary of Shame Interrupted by Edward T. Welch


Feelings of worthlessness, rejection, fear, weakness, humiliation, and failure control many people. There is another name at the root of these feelings and emotions: shame. It affects our identities and impacts our relationships.

The Bible talks about shame from start to finish. When viewing the work of Jesus through the lens of shame, we find that God helps the marginalized and provides a way for covering, adoption, cleansing, and healing for those who live under shame.

This book will help anyone dealing with the paralyzing impact of shame. It is also a great resource for any person seeking to help others. Ministry professionals will particularly benefit from the wisdom in its pages.





Shame Interrupted

by Edward T. Welch

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Shame Interrupted by Edward T. Welch

AuthorEdward T. Welch
PublisherNew Growth Press
DateApril 30, 2012
Pages337


Overview:

Feelings of worthlessness, rejection, fear, weakness, humiliation, and failure control many people. There is another name at the root of these feelings and emotions: shame. It affects our identities and impacts our relationships.

The Bible talks about shame from start to finish. When viewing the work of Jesus through the lens of shame, we find that God helps the marginalized and provides a way for covering, adoption, cleansing, and healing for those who live under shame.

This book will help anyone dealing with the paralyzing impact of shame. It is also a great resource for any person seeking to help others. Ministry professionals will particularly benefit from the wisdom in its pages.