By Elizabeth Power
Elizabeth Power is a consultant who teaches businesses to apply models for organization development, time and management, and change management. After successfully applying these concepts to her own life, she has created materials to help others reduce the time, trauma, and cost of healing.
God in Our Midst is meant to supplement Power's first workbook (Managing Our Selves: Building a Community of Caring), not replace it. Focusing solely on a multiple's Christian selves, God in Our Midst presents ideas about the Trinity as a concept of multiplicity, explores reconciliation, and the role of praise in healing for Christians. Power touches on questions such as Why, when God offers lasting hope and healing, His representatives frequently offer only fear and rejection?; and Where was He when the abuse was taking place?
The workbook is appealingly written in a folksy style, with language and graphics carefully chosen to minimize the likelihood of switching.
Number of Pages: 63