SHATTERED, and Then...A Journey to Sexual Healing and Integration by Laurie Morris

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SHATTERED, and Then...A Journey to Sexual Healing and Integration

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Never shared publicly before, Laurie's testimony is one of healing and hope for those ravaged by betrayal of a sexual nature. Her struggles together with her husband-and after his early death, alone-have paved a road of healing from such impossible wounds as Dissociative Identity Disorder and homosexuality. Her husband granted her his deathbed permission to reveal matters not easily broached in church ministries. With a passion to reach those lives shattered and similarly devastated, Laurie is a compelling model of transparency. She has reached out over the years with humor and honesty, using prayer counseling from various Christian models. For anyone dealing with sexual issues and bondage to them, this testimony is a must-read book. It took great courage to write this book but if we are to have a strong enough net for the coming harvest and do a better job of healing our wounded stories like this one need to be told. In a poignant, practical and powerful way, Laurie gives hope to the hurting and valuable insights to those called to heal them. Dr. Dutch Sheets, author and pastor Laurie Morris is a graduate of Christ for the Nations Institute. As an ordained minister with Federation of Ministers and Churches International (FMCI), Laurie has been involved with counseling for the past 20 years, primarily working with sexual abuse victims. Her studies have included Elijah House and Restoring the Foundations ministries. Laurie was married for 21 years to the late David Morris, a well-known worship leader and author. As a result of childhood sexual abuse, David struggled with sexual addiction and he and Laurie walked to healing together while in church leadership. She longs to impart hope to those who are hurting from sexual brokenness. Laurie currently resides in North Carolina with her family.

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